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Zeus Portable 1-inch Hard Drives

Behavior Technology from Taiwan has released their second generation hard disk USB storage devices dubbed Zeus, are encased in a highly polished silver or black aluminum enclosure. The Zeus BTC-Z22 and BTC-Z40 are 2.2GB and 4.0GB portable hard drives with 4200rpm micro drives have access time of 15ms and a sustained data rate of 4.2 to 7.9 MB/s over USB 2.0. They are USB powered, but have no shock protection, so you would have to be careful if using it day to day.

The Zeus drives ship withi a soft carrying pouch, USB extension cable and a CD with Cyberlink PowerBackup software, capable of backing up your files, compressing and encrypting them.

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