Broken iPod? Datarecovery.com Announces new iPod Repair and Recovery Service.
Pleasanton, CA, October 25, 2005 --(PR.COM)-- Broken iPod? All is not lost
with Datarecovery.com's cost-effective iRetrieval solution!
Datarecovery.com has announced its new iRetrieval data recovery service
for iPods which have sustained significant data loss.
The service is the first data recovery solution designed for the iPod.
Customers send their iPods to one of Datarecovery.com’s locations
where the drive’s information is recovered and returned; the iPod’s
hard drive and other parts are replaced, if necessary, repairing the unit
to a completely usable condition.
iPods, in addition to their main use as an mp3 player, are commonly used
by their owners to store vast amounts of data, including pictures and business
documents. Data loss problems arise when iPod hard drives fail, making important
Fortunately, Datarecovery.com has developed special methods for recovering data from
The success rate of the new service is exceptionally high.
“The way iPod drives are built, there’s not much of a chance
that the data on the drives could be physically destroyed,” said Datarecovery.com
Data Recovery engineer Nathan Wright. “Even in cases where an iPod’s
been dropped several stories or thrown, we’ve been seeing completely
successful recoveries nearly every time.”
The new service differs from other data recovery programs in that the cost
is better suited for consumers, and includes a full repair of the original
unit. Pricing starts at $290 for 10-40 GB iPods, and may even be less for
“The iPod is quickly becoming the most important music device for
the new millennium,” said Datarecovery.com CEO Ben Carmitchel. “We’re
hoping that this service is viewed as an alternative to painful data loss.”
Datarecovery.com has been in the data recovery field since 1997, and is considered one
of the leaders in the industry. Their past clients include Sprint, Sony
Ericcson and NASA.