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Old 03-30-2012, 02:14 AM
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Default Zalman VE300 USB 3.0 -@ NewEgg

Got the notification a little bit ago that they are now in-stock @ NewEgg $54.99 Free Shipping

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817379026
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Got the notification a little bit ago that they are now in-stock @ NewEgg $54.99 Free Shipping

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817379026
Got mine in about a week ago from Amazon. I put a Crucial 64 GB SSD in mine. Haven't had any time to fool with it but I have big hopes.
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This one looks the same but in silver and $5 less until 4/1? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817379027
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I just bought another 2. I left my last one on top of my car after a job. Bad mistake. Thankfully it had an old 2nd hand drive in it
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I just bought another 2. I left my last one on top of my car after a job. Bad mistake. Thankfully it had an old 2nd hand drive in it
Would I be correct in stating that the difference between the ZM-VE200 and ZM-VE300 is that the VE200 is USB2.0 & eSATA, while the VE300 is USB3.0?
Any other differences?
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Would I be correct in stating that the difference between the ZM-VE200 and ZM-VE300 is that the VE200 is USB2.0 & eSATA, while the VE300 is USB3.0?
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This is the main difference, the 300 also provides one touch backup option

Also note that on the 200 you if you want to use esata you have to have both ubs2 and esata cables conected. The usb provides the power for esata mode.

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Just got my ve-300 and I love it. What a timesaver. I keep a couple cd-rw and dvd-rw's with my stuff in case of picky systems but haven't had to fall back on them yet.

Wouldn't have known about these things if it wasn't for technibble.
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Great product I use it all the time. Bought another one last week from Newegg.
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I just ordered a ve-300 and a 1TB drive thanks to your recommendations. That's cool that you can load all your ISO's up and boot from them. I wonder if you could boot it from an ISO say UBCD for Win use one of the drive imaging programs then save the image right back to the drive? Anybody try this or have any other tricks/tips?
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I just ordered a ve-300 and a 1TB drive thanks to your recommendations. That's cool that you can load all your ISO's up and boot from them. I wonder if you could boot it from an ISO say UBCD for Win use one of the drive imaging programs then save the image right back to the drive? Anybody try this or have any other tricks/tips?
If youve got set up in ODD then yes as thats exactly what I do and its brill, an AIO solution
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