Freecom VB-USBFDD 22767

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Freecom VB-USBFDD, 1.44 MB, 300 RPM, 1 discs, 12 Mbit/s, USB 1.1, 30000 h

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Ultra small, lightweight USB floppy disk drive from Freecom. Bootable with most notebook & desktop PCs.

- Bootable with most notebook & desktop PCs
- Low noise, due to high quality materials
- Hot swappable. No need to restart
- Simple connection via USB cable
- Supports 1.44 MB floppy's
- No driver needed for Win ME/XP and MAC
- Incl. Roxio's PhotoSuite & F-Secure

Freecom VB-USBFDD. Drive device, buffer size: 1.44 MB, Drive device speed: 300 RPM, Number of discs: 1 discs. Data transfer rate: 12 Mbit/s. Interface: USB 1.1. Mean time between failures (MTBF): 30000 h. Compatible products: PC / Mac, Compatible operating systems: Windows 98SE/2000/Me/XP, Mac OS 9 +, Mac OS 10.x +

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Drive device, buffer size1.44 MB
Drive device speed300 RPM
Number of discs1 discs
Data transfer rate12 Mbit/s
InterfaceUSB 1.1
Mean time between failures (MTBF)30000 h
Compatible productsPC / Mac
Compatible operating systemsWindows 98SE/2000/Me/XP, Mac OS 9 +, Mac OS 10.x +
Width142 mm
Depth103 mm
Height17 mm
Weight280 g
Size8.89 cm (3.5)
Package width210 mm
Package depth240 mm
Package height80 mm
Operating temperature (T-T)5 - 50 °C
Storage temperature (T-T)-20 - 60 °C
Operating relative humidity (H-H)8 - 80%
Operating shock5 G
Non-operating shock100 G
SafetyUL, CSA, TÜV, CE
USB poweredY


IF this product is intended to be connected to the mains electricity, you would need an EU to UK plug adapter (2 to 3 pin).
First of all, if you spend £ 400 in products (at least), we'll send the EU to UK plug adapter for FREE!
If you prefer, you can buy a similar product at your local store or somewhere else, instead.
OR (at your risk): Anyway, nowadays almost any electronic device is unearthed and doubleinsulated, because they have a smart internal protection. So, you could push the earth hole on your wall power outlet or multi socket extension bar, with a long piece of plastic or wood (never use metal!) or by another upset power plug, in order to insert the EU plug into the outlet or multi socket.

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