DVvideo.com Ships HotSwap FireWire Enclosure
HotSwap IEEE 1394(FireWire, iLink) Hard Drive Enclosures
LAFAYETTE, Calif., May 14, 2002-DVvideo.com, the
digital video starting point, announces the availability of the HotSwap
IEEE1394/FireWire/iLink hard drive enclosures.
DVvideo.com HotSwap Hard Drive Enclosures are a pro-grade product
delivering a convenient, speedy, scaleable and portable alternative
to the complexity of installing internal hard disk drives in a computer.
Offering plug and play ease-of-use and additional
trays at $29, users will appreciate the significant value and convenience
this product provides.
"Its speed and scalability allow the HotSwap solution to fill
a storage void for many digital video editors and media creators,"
said president and founder of DVvideo.com, Ben Miskie. "Because
of it's industrial strength, speed, and hotswap-ability, the HotSwap
Enclosures can be especially useful for digital video editors and
media creators whose storage needs grow very rapidly."
DVvideo.com HotSwap Enclosures offer the highest
performance and durability available equipped with an included premium
heavy-duty gold plated 6pin/6pin cable, a triple fan cooling system,
complete compatibility with both Mac OS9/OSX and Windows platforms,
ATA-6 compatibility, and the ability to insert and remove hard drives
while the computer is running. Because the HotSwap Enclosures are
external and connect via FireWire, they can complement perfectly any
computer requiring external high performance storage, such as an iMac
or any laptop.
"Just like the DVvideo.com Premier Enclosures
($139), the DVvideo.com HotSwap Enclosures take advantage of the 2nd
generation Oxford 911 chipset," Miskie added. "Using the
Oxford 911 chip and an enhanced firmware enables our product to achieve
real world transfer speeds of up to 40 MB/s, fast enough to directly
capture DV video."
Pricing and Availability
DVvideo.com HotSwap IEEE1394 Hard Drive Enclosures are priced at
$225 and are available immediately at DVvideo.com. For more information
DVvideo.com started in January 2000, offering
an educational resource for beginning to medium-level filmmakers.
Since then DVvideo.com has grown, offering a store to buy DV video
related products, industry news, related product reviews, online films
created in DV format, and a forum for digital filmmakers to converse.
Located in Lafayette, CA, DVvideo.com can be found on the web at <http://www.DVvideo.com/>.
For More Information Contact:
Dennis Johnson, Public Relations, DVvideo.com
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