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SS:SSD Mobile PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD Multi-session Drive Duplicator
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  • Support for 1-to-1 M.2 PCIe NVMe & AHCI SSD Drive Cloning
  • Support for 1-to-1 Mini PCIe (mPCIe) SSD Drive Cloning
  • Support for 1-to-1 M.2 SATA SSD Drive Cloning
  • Support for 1-to-1 mSATA SSD Drive Cloning
  • Support for 1-to-1 USB 3.0 HDDs, USB/CF/SD Flash Drive Cloning
  • Support for 2-to-2 SATA HDD Drive Cloning
  • Support CrossCopy - SATA < from/to > PCIe
  • Support for up to 5 different sessions/tasks at the same time
  • Full One Year Limited Warranty
  • Rugged Carrying Case

Price: US$3,995.00
Sale Price: US$3,599.99



The SS:SSD Mobile M.2 PCIe NVMe | AHCI SSD, SATA, USB3 Multi-Session Drive Duplicator

The SS:SSD Mobile hard disk drive and SSD duplicator, is a compact and portable cloning solution. A full color touch screen provides an intuitive interface and support for SATA, PCIe (NVME or AHCI), mPCIe and USB3 makes the SS:SSD an extremely versatile duplicator.

Faster than software-based cloning the SS:SSD saves time and resources for all your duplicating tasks including software updates, new PC rollouts and content distribution.

The hand-held SS:SSD provides the convenience of on-site as well as "on the bench" duplication. This feature-packed solution is simple and easy to use, and novice users will appreciate the the various profile settings with best estimated cloning methods.

Features and Benefits
  • Up to two targets and two master drive to drive duplication
  • Hard Drive cloning at speeds approaching 24GB/min
  • Support for SSD (PCIe NVMe, AHCI, SATA, Mini PCIe), SATA HDD and USB 3.0 ports
  • Supports cloning in Mirror mode (Operating System Independent)
  • Write-protected master drives. SS:SSD ports that are designated as a source/master are automatically write-blocked to prevent any alteration to sensitive data on the source drive
  • Advanced software including Smart-Clone, Mirror-Copy and Multi-Image Master
  • Mirror Copy (bit for bit copy). Supports all O/S including Windows, Linux and MAC
  • Hash verification: (SHA1, SHA256 or MD5) - Users can clone and verify the exact replication of the master drive in one single process Hash verification is embedded in the audit trail/log file.
  • Multi-Image Master: Store multiple images created in EP:SSD in a repository on a SATA drive or on a USB enclosure connected to the EP:SSD and then clone to selected target drives.
  • For Multiple partition drives, EP:SSD automatically selects the optimum cloning method (Clever or Mirror)
  • Smart-Copy (copies only data areas, skips blank sectors, scales partitions to target). Supports FAT16/FAT32/NTFS and Linux (ext, ext2, ext3, ext4) file systems - adjusting all necessary target drive structures so target will boot.
  • Wipe feature. Sanitizes hard drives to DoD 7-pass specification, offers Secure Erase and custom pass settings, meets NIST 800-88 guidelines
  • Compact footprint of ~ 6”X 4”X 2” takes up minimal real estate on the workbench. The EP:SSD weighs approximately 1.0 lbs (packaging and accessories not included)
  • Color touch screen display provides an intuitive and easy to use interface
  • Bad sector handling. Scan for bad sectors on the source drive, abort or skip and log for review.
  • Audit trail/log reports provide detailed information on each task. A digital signature is included in the report for authentication purposes
  • Additional features include HPA/DCO support, very advanced drive information and color touch screen
Technical Application Notes - Understanding mini PCIe, mSATA and M.2 SSDs
  • mSATA and Mini PCIe (mPCIe) - These SSDs have similar connectors. The mSATA SSD is Serial-ATA based, while the Mini PCIe is PCIe based. These two types of SSDs are not interchangeable.
  • M.2 Solid State Drives (SSDs) come with one of two types of physical layers (PHY) and three types of controllers:
    • SATA physical layer – SATA M.2 SSDs utilize the SATA controller.
    • PCIe physical layer – There are two controllers for PCIe M.2 SSDs: AHCI Controller or NVMe Controller
  • Typically, SATA M.2 SSDs utilize the “B & M key” while PCIe NVMe or PCIe AHCI SSDs utilize the “M key”.