Setback or just common sense?
Press release:Sometimes the newest thing is not the most advanced solution with thousands of options. Actually, it's gone the exact opposite way with Sandberg's newest invention in the range of products enabling you to connect an internal hard drive through a USB connector.
According to Sandberg it is not about downsizing or setbacks, but simply about getting to the core function that a lot of consumers demand, and presenting a product that simply cannot do anything other than that - however, it does it really well.
Thus it is both easier to use and less expensive to buy.
Sandberg USB 3.0 to SATA Link can connect a 2.5" SATA hard disk (the most common type of hard drive) with a USB port, and works for both Mac and Windows.
Anders Petersen, Product Manager at Sandberg, says: "We have super cool solutions that can clone, have elegant housings, allow connection of all types of hard drives and so on. But there are many people who just need to connect a standard hard drive to the computer, for example, in order to retrieve data when replacing the hard drive, or as a simple backup solution. For those consumers, this simple and efficient version is spot on."
Theoretically, the new adapter supports speeds up to 5 Gbit/sec, if your computer has USB 3.0.
Please find your nearest dealer at www.sandberg.it.