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Eagle Tech Computers External Hard Drive Enclosures
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Eagle Tech Computers External Hard Drive Enclosures
July 20, 2007

Eagle Tech Computers began creating PC cases back in 1995, and over the past 10 plus years their lineup has grown to also include power supplies and external enclosures. Their external enclosure line-up is of interest today, and browsing their website shows they offer a variety of products, including: 2.5" and 3.5" hard drive enclosures, 5.25" enclosures, NAS enclosures, and finally RAID capable enclosures.

This is the first time I have had the opportunity to look at an enclosure from Eagle Tech Computers, and they have sent over two different 3.5" hard drive enclosures to review. One is a IDE/SATA to USB hybrid enclosure from their T-Series, and the other is a SATA to eSATA/USB enclosure from their M-Series.


Before taking a look at the enclosures provided for review, let's look at some published information from the Eagle Tech Computers website...

Features and Specifications of the T-Series ET-CSTSIU2-BK IDE/SATA Hybrid:

Works with 3.5" hard drives up to 750GB
Built for network users
LED foot stand
Dimension: 8-3/4"(L) x 5-1/2"(H) x 1-1/2"(W)
Up to 480 Mbps via USB 2.0
Support SATA or E-IDE 3.5" hard drive
Power Source: External Universal Switching Power Adapter
Certifications: FCC, CE Certified OS Support: Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista, Mac OS 9.0 or Higher, Linux

Features and Specifications of the M-Series ET-CSMESU2-BK:

Works with 3.5" hard drives up to 750GB
Built for professional users on the go
Hot swappable HDD: just slide it in
Honeycomb structure cools your hard drive
Extremely rugged construction
3.0Gbps eSATA (optional)
Dimension: 7-3/4"(L) x 5"(H) x 1-1/2"(W)
Up to 3.0 Gbps via eSATA
Up to 6 times faster than USB 2.0
Support SATA 3.5" hard drive
Fanless Design
Power Source: External Universal Switching Power Adapter
Certifications: FCC, CE Certified
OS Support: Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista, Mac OS 9.0 or Higher, Linux

Packaging:

Like most retail oriented packaging, the front of either box provides you with a bare minimum of information, while details on the features and other information can be found on the side and back of the box. The packaging used for the M-Series enclosure (below right image) is nearly identical to the T-Series (below left image), with the only difference being in the pictures and actual text.

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