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Device removes all data from hard drives

The new Drive eRazer™ Ultra from CRU-DataPort® is a stand-alone hardware device that erases all data from 3.5" or 2.5" IDE/PATA and SATA hard drives.
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The new Drive eRazer™ Ultra from CRU-DataPort® is a stand-alone hardware device that erases all data from 3.5" or 2.5" IDE/PATA and SATA hard drives.

As more drives are recycled or discarded, recovering files from used hard drives that have not been properly erased has become relatively easy. Drive eRazer Ultra writes over the entire drive with new data, leaving nothing left to recover. No computer is required. A USB port is included so one may preview the drive and verify it is blank upon completion.

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