Contact: Tony Overbay
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Diskology Introduces New 12” Cables for Ultra Portable Disk Jockey Drive Duplicator
- Cables make it easier for Disk Jockey to get to drives in hard to reach places -
LINCOLN, CA 6/21/05 Diskology, Inc., manufacturers of the award winning Disk Jockey (Editor’s Choice Award, Mac Addict Magazine April 05), the world’s smallest hard disk duplicator, diagnostic and backup device, announced today the release of longer 12” cables designed to help Disk Jockey users get to hard-to-reach drives such as those mounted inside of a PC or Macintosh computer.
The Disk Jockey has been called “a dream come true for any PC hobbyist or technician” Computer Power User, Oct. 04 and has been deemed “a worthy addition to the IT professional’s toolbox” Macworld, December 04. MacAddict magazine called it “geekily cool and useful.”
“We’re just trying to make our customer’s job a little easier” said Diskology CEO, Tony Overbay. “While many of our customers are copying hard disk drives that are already out of the machine, for example in forensic and new systems deployment scenarios, a large percentage of our customers must first remove an internally mounted drive from their computer before making a sector-by-sector copy, testing or erasing a drive. With the new 12” cables customers can for the most part simply hook the device directly to the drive mounted in the PC.”
The Disk Jockey is a Swiss Army Knife of a product. The Disk Jockey can be used on either a Microsoft Windows or Apple Macintosh computer or as a stand-alone device. The Disk Jockey mounts IDE hard disk drives via USB 2.0 or Firewire (IEEE 1394) as well as mirrors, spans, copies, compares, tests and erases hard disk drives using either a 1-pass or a 3-pass erase per the National Security Administration (NSA) guidelines. Testimonials on how the Disk Jockey is being used by IT and MIS departments, as well as a variety of other computer professionals and hobbyists can be found on the Diskology website.
The Disk Jockey also works with serial ATA (SATA) devices with the additional of a $39.95 SATA adapter available via the Diskology web store. The Disk Jockey retails for $349. More information on the Disk Jockey or on Diskology, Inc., can be found at www.diskology.com. Disk Jockey testimonials and reviews can be found at http://www.diskology.com/djtestimonials.html.
Diskology, Inc. with headquarters in Lincoln, California, is a leading manufacturer of mid-range to high-end hardware-based hard disk copy, computer forensic and diagnostic tools. Diskology’s product lineup includes the Disk Jockey, as well as hardware based write blocking devices for computer forensic use. More information on Diskology can be found at www.diskology.com.