Green Storage from Universal Tech

Universal Tech recently announced the launch of the 1.5 TB and 2 TB versions of the NoTouch™ Premium NT3600 External Storage and MyXerver™ MX3600 Network Storage. These storage devices will utilize the WD Caviar Green and Samsung’s EcoGreen F2EG hard drives which deliver reduced power consumption and are geared towards being more environmentally friendly.

WD’s Caviar Green hard drive comes with the GreenPower™ technology, which yield power savings of 4-5 watts over standard desktop drives while maintaining solid performance.

Samsung’s EcoGreen F2EG product line is designed to offer less power consumption, low-acoustic noise and eco-friendly components. EcoGreen products comply with the international environment standard such as RoHS, TBBP-A, and Halogen Free.

Both these hard drives are highly energy efficient and contribute towards minimizing our carbon footprint.

NoTouch™ Premium NT3600 is a USB 2.0 external storage device with 3.5-inch format hard drive. It is available in the capacities of 500GB, 750GB, 1TB, 1.5TB and 2TB.

MyXerver™ MX3600 is a Gigabit Ethernet network storage device with 3.5-inch format hard drive. It features a wide array of features including a file server, FTP server, Bit Torrent Download, UPnP Media Server, iTunes Server, USB Printer Server, USB Direct Copy and MP3 Broadcast. It is available in the capacities of 500GB, 750GB, 1TB, 1.5TB and 2TB.

The NoTouch™ NT3600 1.5TB and 2TB will be available at $179.00 and $ 349.00 RRP respectively whereas the MyXerver™MX3600 1.5TB and 2TB will be available at $ 249.00 and $ 399.00 RRP respectively.

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