Akasa Integral 2.5in External HDD Enclosure

@ 2005/01/24
The case itself is very sleek. The body is black anodized aluminum while the sides are acrylic. Akasa claims that you can install a drive in this enclosure without any screws. Well, you can, but it won't be very stable. To get inside, you need to remove the pair of screws in the front. Then depress the button on top of the front panel and remove it. Once that's out, the rear of the case slides outward to reveal the PCB and installation rack. If you look closely, you'll notice a pair of LEDs on opposite sides of the rear panel; these are used to display power and activity status.

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