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Cavalry CAUQ Series


Released October, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Performance is good considering its a IDE hard drive, makes use of the USB2.0 connection. Finger print reader works well when software is installed on the computers.

The Cons:IDE/PATA drive, not SATA, lower performance, older standard. Software needs to be installed on every computer in order to make use of the finger print scanner. Cheap fit and finish as well as materials, quality does not match its price.

Cavalry's CAUQ series is a line of four portable hard drives, aimed at consumers requiring mobile storage with superior security features. The models differ only in storage capacity, with 100, 120, 160, and 250GB drives available.

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The CAUQ series incorporates a fingerprint reader, password protection, and shared/private-access partitions into each model. The drives utilize a USB 2.0 interface, through which they are also powered, for PC data transfer and backups. A thin, compact form factor, aluminum case, and shock absorption aim to optimize portability. Cavalry does not offer a similar line of drives supporting Mac.

Features

  • 100/120/160/250 GB
  • USB 2.0
  • Fingerprint reader
  • Optional password protection
  • Optional partitioning
  • Aluminum case
  • Shock absorption

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    Performance is good considering its a IDE hard drive, makes use of the USB2.0 connection

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    Finger print reader works well when software is installed on the computers

Cons
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    IDE/PATA drive, not SATA, lower performance, older standard

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    Software needs to be installed on every computer in order to make use of the finger print scanner

  • 1

    Cheap fit and finish as well as materials, quality does not match its price

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    Poor customer service that refused to exchange for faulty products

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    Poor documentation included with the package, tech support knows no better

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    Cannot set it so that it uses biometric security only, it is always dual biometric/password security

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