Let’s start by introducing I-Star, a new company on the face of our mother earth: Established in 1989, I-Star Computer Inc. has over fifteen years of experience in designing and manufacturing Industrial Switching Power Supply, Sheet Metal, and Rackmount Chassis. From the standard switching power supply to high-end redundant power supply, I-Star has grown to be one of major provider in IPC power supply industry. In recent years, we have also expanded our products to include DVR/IPC and Storage RAID industries. Our goal is always to provide our customer with the best products and superior customer services. In the beginning I-Star focused on providing our customers the combinations of cutting-edge technologies, high quality manufacturing, and excellent customer services. It has been a proving record that these priorities earned a strong partnership for I-Star in today's competitive market.
I-Star builds its strength upon its experience, technology, and strong partnership. We have been working closely with major computer components manufactures and system integrators for years to ensure that our products have high compatibility and solid stability. We also adopt new industrial standards to improve our design. Our ability to design according to customer's requirement also wins us a high reputation in the industry. Our experienced design and project engineers complete an OEM project within the deadline and meet the product requirements. We believe that being a leader of innovative technology means able to integrate it into our products which is the key to be successful for us as well as for our customers.
Let’s find out if they are speaking the truth. A few weeks ago they contacted us to ask if we were interested in reviewing their new D-300 Server housing, and of course we were, and this article is the proof! We even asked if we could check out their S-10000 too, which is now examined by BlackRabbit, on of our reviewers, and his findings will find their way to the site soon.
So onto the D-300:
The D-300 comes shipped in a big box, and after two UPS retries the box finally got delivered properly.
In the box we find...another box! Is the case so flakey it needs to be transported in two boxes? Or they want to protect is so much because it's their masterpiece? We'll soon find out.
Finally, we catch the first glimpse of this armored tank. Looks like any other 3U housing doesn't it? Well, no more of this. We'll show you some close-ups of the case on the next page, and perform some devious experiments.