Tableau T35es Forensic Bridge First to Market With eSATA Host Support

Tableau, LLC today announces the launch of the T35es eSATA Forensic Bridge. The T35es product is the first of its kind to offer forensic examiners the option of eSATA host computer connectivity. The T35es eSATA Forensic Bridge natively supports write-blocked acquisition of either SATA or IDE drives without the need for special cables or disk drive adapters. As with all Tableau write blockers, the T35es recognizes and defeats HPA (Host Protected Areas) and DCO (Device Configuration Overlay) disk drive regions…In addition to eSATA, the T35es provides FireWire800, FireWire400, and USB host interface options.

“From the beginning Tableau has been the industry leader in recognizing and adopting key technologies needed by our customers,” said Robert Botchek, Tableau’s President and Founder. “eSATA support is the latest example of our dedication to providing the best technology at reasonable prices.”

The T35es eSATA Forensic Bridge is available in read-only (black) and read-write (yellow) versions, and supports all leading forensic software imaging packages.

For more details on the innovative T35es eSATA Forensic Bridge, including device specifications, please visit the Tableau product page at

Tableau products are sold through a global network of Authorized Tableau Resellers. To locate the Tableau reseller nearest you, please visit our Where to Buy page at

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About Tableau

Tableau, LLC, a privately held company in Waukesha, Wisconsin, is the leading provider of forensic write-blocking bridges and hardware accelerators for password recovery. Tableau’s mission is to deliver innovative, best-in-class, cost effective solutions for the Digital Evidence Lifecycle®.

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