Some of our readers will remember the ioSafe Solo rugged external hard drive that we reviewed last year, ioSafe has just added a new model to their range of external hard drives with the launch of the ioSafe Solo SSD.
The ioSafe Solo SSD will be available with a range of storage sizes which includes 64GB, 128GB and 256GB and it designed to offer your data the same protection as the original ioSafe Solo hard drives.
“The new ioSafe Solo SSD is the world’s most rugged and versatile desktop external hard drive. In addition to the USB interface, the new eSATA connection allows for fast data transfers and full compatibility with almost any Microsoft, MS Server, Linux or Mac operating system. The ioSafe Solo SSD can be used alone or in conjunction with any offsite or online backup strategy to add real time, zero data loss, synchronous disaster protection to any data that sits vulnerable,” said ioSafe CEO, Robb Moore. “Businesses, especially small businesses, struggle with disaster recovery and regulatory compliance such as HIPAA, PCI or Sarbanes Oxley, can use ioSafe hardware to add simple, inexpensive and secure protection. The ioSafe Solo is one of the easiest, fastest and least expensive ways to protect your data.”
The ioSafe Solo SSD is designed to take a beating, and it will even protect your data if a two story building collapses on it, it can withstand a fire for up to 1550 degrees Fahrenheit for up to half an hour and can be submerged in up to thirty feet of water for up to thirty days.
The ioSafe Solo SSD will be available from February 2010, prices star at $499 for the 64GB model, $749 for the 128GB model and $1,250 for the 256GB model.