MRT Express Professional DR Tool
MRT Ultra Ultimate DR Tool
Overview MRT ULTRA
MRT Ultra is a new design of MRT Lab launched in 2015 with brand new framework. It is the world’s first PCIE2.0 interface data recovery tool. MRT Ultra is dedicated for high quality, high speed and perfect user experience, which can be classified as high-end configuration among MRT tools. Recently MRT Ultra is released to market, software running platform supports 32-bit and 64-bit Windows operating system. Featured by more ports, more advanced technology, less resource occupancy rate of CPU and hardware design of SATA3.0, there are two main power input, 4 power supply output interfaces, 4 SATA3.0 interfaces and 1 IDE interface. At the same time, there is great enhancement in performance of MRT Ultra. Test firmware transmission speed is raised from 2MByte/s to 33MByte/s. Test DE imaging speed raised to 460MByte/s. Theoretical transmission speed is as high as 600MByte/s. This tool is a good choice for user with mass business volume, professional data recovery company and disk repair institution. There are online full version, offline full version, online repair version and offline repair version software.
Overview MRT Express
Created by the innovators at Mrtlab, MRT Express is a combination of software and hardware that specializes in both HDD repair and data recovery. Comprised of two parts, the hardware aspect has a special MRT SATA controller card equipped with two SATA ports, which allows two HDDs to be repaired simultaneously, as well as some additional accessories. On the software side, MRT Express has 13 specialized utilities for disk repair and data explore on HDDs from various vendors, architectures and families. Through the advanced hardware and software technology, the repair of HDDs, recovery of firmware can be conducted at factory mode where firmware and microcode is accessible and also user data can be retrieved.
MRT Express currently supports HDD families of products from various manufacturers including but not limited to Western Digital, Seagate, Hitachi (including the original series and the newer ARM series), Fujitsu, Samsung and Maxtor.