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Description Quantum's LTO-6 standalone drive delivers a simple, affordable, all-in-one data protection solution that customers can depend on. Many companies can store all their data on a single cartridge, thanks ... more

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Description The HP StoreEver 1/8 G2 Tape Autoloader provides cost-effective, easy-to-install, unattended automated tape storage ideal for archiving and for entry-level or remote office automated data backup. The ... more

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“The Ultrium-ate Review”

published 01/07/2005



...a long line of removable data backup devices, thus meaning that they are A) Faster than their older rivals, and B) more expensive (Naturally). LTO Stands for Linear Tape-Open. And no; I've got no idea what it means either. Bit of an obscure one even for the IT industry there. I suspect it's got something to do with the way the tapes are read by the drive. Unlike a video cassette in which a length...

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“5 Star Masking Tape”

published 08/06/2015

AdvantagesSticks well, doesn't remove paint when taking off wall, cheap

DisadvantagesNone really

...At work we always use the 5 star range of stationery as it is the cheapest range offered by our stationery supplier, and we have always found their products to be of a high standard too. One item used by our maintenance department is their masking tape, and I recently took a roll home to use as we were doing some painting and I needed some masking tape to help me get clean lines. I have always...

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AdvantagesExcellent quality tape


...and in no danger of opening. Their tape just feels more superior and thicker to me. The other thing is that when I am using a cheaper brand, I often find it tricky to use in the sense that when you try and use it, the tape will split down the middle so you only unravel half the tape and you end up wasting a lot, meaning although it is cheaper, the wastage means it is not as good a value of money as...

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