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Aleratec 1:1 PortaCruiser clones SATA harddrives sector by sector

If you’re an IT Technician or part of your companies hardware deployment team, nothing takes longer then setting up the software for each and every individual workstation.  If your on a service call at a of  clients remote location and they run into drive problems, its never an easy situation to backup all of their data before popping in a new drive.

Just released this week, Aleratec’s 1:1 HDD PortaCruiser is a portable, lightweight external hard disk drive duplicator that allows you to easily clone a 2.5″ and 3.5″ SATA I/II hard disk drives for backing up.  You can even clone from IDE to SATA or vice-versa.  It includes a Dual Disk RAID Controller which allows for 2 drives to be hooked up simultaneously, connect it to your PC via USB and it becomes an external storage adapter.  With support for Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7, Mac 10.3+, and Linux, you will have most of your bases covered.

A 2-line LCD display gives you access to the features, and important status information and processes. With one push of the button, the 1:1 HDD PortaCruiser start to clone the drive sector-by-sector process that includes disk partition and boot sector information.

Aleratec’a 1:1 HDD PortaCruiser weighs only 8 oz and has a pricetag of $249.

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  1. Garryfountaine

    Does the portacruiser copy the O.S. as well ? please send me an e-mail @[email protected] as I’m contemplating buying 1 but it’s useless if it doesen’t copy the O.S. Thanks

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