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Old 27th June 2007, 15:15   #1
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Default Antec MX-1 External HDD Enclosure

Eat or be eaten, that is one of the most well-known business
phrases. With new external HDD enclosures from well known companies like
Cooler Master, Thermaltake, and Enermax, it was only a matter of time
before Antec stepped into the game. The MX-1 is Antec's first external
hard drive enclosure, but is this first attempt poised to eat up the
competition or fall victim to a late lunch?


http://www.hardwarelogic.com/news/11...007-06-27.html
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There will be very limited gain in between SATA and IDE drives.
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aim is to not the speed, but SATA drives are just cheaper than IDE
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"Cheaper" as to $?

Not over here in the U.S.
Unless, cheaper = quality/performance
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Cheaper as in $56 vs $52 cheaper; newegg it
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...2&N=2000150014

They are about the same in pricings because I have been watching for good deal lately until some one came in to offer me two in exchange for some work
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