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Refurbishing hard drives is simple compared to refurbishing mobile devices.

Mobile devices require data wiping and testing of all components. Some of those components to be tested are the camera, battery, I/O ports, display, audio, and the processor. Besides testing all these components, there are many different mobile device manufacturers with so many revisions of the software and devices. This can make for a very daunting task, especially when performing these in high volume.

Although, this daunting task is one in a growing industry estimated to be about $4 billion, with a 3% annual growth. Smartphone shipments in 2016 were close to 2 billion units. With consumers preferring to replace, rather than repair, we can see these number only continuing to rise.

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Write Protection was needed to save the data from destruction.

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Improve productivity with the proper technology.

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How to properly create a bootable hard drive.
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We have a new test and wipe system that can refurbish 80 drives at once! Same small footprint as its 40 port predecessor!

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M.2 SSD's are becoming more widely used in today's laptops. They offer a faster storage solution in a smaller form factor. However, they are still very expensive and haven't hit the market in the masses just yet. One reason the M.2 form factor came about was due to the limiting speed of a SATA 3.0 port which is at 600MB/s, versus a PCI-E bandwidth of 1GB/s. Although, when setup to peak performance in a computer, the M.2 can have a maximum speed of 2.0GB/s!

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