New Ebox Catalog and Products for 2012

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New Ebox Catalog and Products for 2012

Post by PedroR » Mon May 21, 2012 12:09 pm

Post by PedroR
Mon May 21, 2012 12:09 pm

Hi all

We've received the new eBox Catalog for 2012 and it includes some interesting novelties.
The new catalog is available here http://robosavvy.com/RoboSavvyPages/DMP ... alogue.pdf


The main novelties are the new eBox 3310MX-L3U4 which includes 3x LAN ports (one native and 2 from a Realtek chip sitting on the USB bus) and SATA DOM (Flash modules).

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New eBox 3310MX-L3U4 with 3x LAN by RoboSavvy, on Flickr

It is available from our store here http://robosavvy.com/store/product_info ... ts_id/3023


The SATA DOM (flash modules) come in two flavours: one that is extremely compact, designed to fit directly onto the eBox 3300/3310MX board and another one with a proper SATA interface:

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New SATA DOM module for 3300/3310MX by RoboSavvy, on Flickr

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SATA Slim DOM/Flash Modules (with SATA Interface) by RoboSavvy, on Flickr

(click on the images to enlarge them and read the specs).


We don't have pricing yet for these DOM modules but considering size and performance these should be inexpensive options for adding a Solid State HDD.
(I remind you that all eBoxes can also use SD card as the HDD and the 3300/3310MX can also take a proper 2.5" SATA hdd).


Any of the models available on the 2012 catalog can be purchased trough RoboSavvy.
If any of the models is not showing in our online store please contact sales@robosavvy.com to know pricing and lead time.

Regards
Pedro.
Hi all

We've received the new eBox Catalog for 2012 and it includes some interesting novelties.
The new catalog is available here http://robosavvy.com/RoboSavvyPages/DMP ... alogue.pdf


The main novelties are the new eBox 3310MX-L3U4 which includes 3x LAN ports (one native and 2 from a Realtek chip sitting on the USB bus) and SATA DOM (Flash modules).

Image
New eBox 3310MX-L3U4 with 3x LAN by RoboSavvy, on Flickr

It is available from our store here http://robosavvy.com/store/product_info ... ts_id/3023


The SATA DOM (flash modules) come in two flavours: one that is extremely compact, designed to fit directly onto the eBox 3300/3310MX board and another one with a proper SATA interface:

Image
New SATA DOM module for 3300/3310MX by RoboSavvy, on Flickr

Image
SATA Slim DOM/Flash Modules (with SATA Interface) by RoboSavvy, on Flickr

(click on the images to enlarge them and read the specs).


We don't have pricing yet for these DOM modules but considering size and performance these should be inexpensive options for adding a Solid State HDD.
(I remind you that all eBoxes can also use SD card as the HDD and the 3300/3310MX can also take a proper 2.5" SATA hdd).


Any of the models available on the 2012 catalog can be purchased trough RoboSavvy.
If any of the models is not showing in our online store please contact sales@robosavvy.com to know pricing and lead time.

Regards
Pedro.
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