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Tableau Forensic Duplicators

The Tableau TD2u connects seamlessly to the critical wishes of digital investigators and forms the ideal combination of convenience, reliability and good performance. The TD2u is the successor of the widely renowned TD2 and, in addition to this functionality, it offers a new colour display, improved performance with USB3 and various new, attractive features.

Support for USB 3.0, SATA, IDE and SAS 
The TD2u is suitable for both the lab and the field. This device can be used to make one, two or three copies of storage media such as hard drives and Solid State Drives (SSDs) in a forensically responsible way. The TD2u supports IDE, SATA and USB 3.0 by default. Optionally, through the use of so-called expansion modules, SAS drives can also be copied. Speeds vary depending on the connected drives, but speeds above 15 GB/min are not unusual. Fully erasing a drive can even be done at speed of over 25 GB/min.

Encryption
The TD2u supports encryption of the target drives based on a user password in combination with the XTF-AES encryption algorithm. This algorithm is recommended for protecting the confidentiality of data on storage media by NIST, the National Institute for Science & Technology in the US. Encrypted drives can be decrypted using so-called VeraCrypt software installed on a computer or with another TD2u.

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