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Tuesday, March 29, 2005
Freecom FHD2 Pro

4. Intel's IPEAK Tests - Reading Tests

Freecom FHD-2 Pro - Page 4

Intel's IPEAK Tests - Reading Tests

Below, you can see all the reading test results, as reported with Intel's IPEAK suite.

All reading graphs indicate average performance. However, it should be reminded again, that even average performance is more than acceptable for this drive since its use is as a backup device with the aim to be as small as possible. In any case, this is more or less expected, since competitors use 3.5" drives, while Freecom uses 2.5" drives, making the drive easy to carry.




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