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    News - Enermax trots out smart-looking hard drive enclosure, calls it the Brick

    Enermax has launched its latest hard drive enclosure, and despite the name, it's both small and light.
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    Re: News - Enermax trots out smart-looking hard drive enclosure, calls it the Brick

    How bad is it that when i read:
    "thankfully, Enermax provides a screw driver as part of the bundle,"

    I thought something along the lines of:
    "wait, you can get drivers for screws now, doesn't windows support them out the box?"

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    Re: News - Enermax trots out smart-looking hard drive enclosure, calls it the Brick

    Sounds like you've got a screw loose to me.

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    Re: News - Enermax trots out smart-looking hard drive enclosure, calls it the Brick

    What - no eSATA?!

    Similar enclosures with both USB 2.0 and eSATA have been out for ages. Sure it's £19 but this design has both, is fanless and screwless. So forget about even needing a screwdriver...

    http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showpr...odid=HD-032-BT

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    Re: News - Enermax trots out smart-looking hard drive enclosure, calls it the Brick

    Got to agree with Noli. eSATA is rapidly becoming standard.
    A second version with it on would be good enough, if it was going to raise the cost too much.

    I wouldn't buy an external without eSATA these days.
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    Re: News - Enermax trots out smart-looking hard drive enclosure, calls it the Brick

    Anyone found a place selling them for this price?, seems to be £35 on the places i've found.

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