Kanguru has just released the first ever hard-drive marketed directly at EcoGeeks. I gotta say...I want one. The drives have three power modes that allow for an energy savings of up to 75% and the drives are fully RoHS compliant (no hazardous substances.)
Of course, when they say that they're "the most efficient external harddrives" that isn't technically true. Using a 2.5 inch external laptop harddrive will use far less energy, and it's relatively easy to create one out of a casing and the best choice canadian cialis and healthcare an old laptop harddrive. Which is fine if you only need 40 to 80 gigs. But the www.bsd-berlin.de Kanguru goes all the way up to 750 gigs...($350.)
For the EcoGeek who just can't find enough space for all his trillions of ebooks, the Kanguru Eco Drive line is a great choice.
Via Engadget (h/t Luke)
written by Lee Wong Seoul, July 22, 2007
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written by Luke, July 23, 2007
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