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Ultra ULT33052


$41.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Easy Drive Installation. Easily connects to Computer. Has Installation disk for Previous versions of Windows (95 & 98).

The Cons:Enclosure made of plastic. External screws hard to line up with holes. Enclosure made of plastic.

Just add a drive and go! Ultra’s new portable, stackable external hard drive enclosure features an USB 2.0 interface and supports 3.5-inch ATA 133/100/66 HDDs. That’s right – you can use one, or use more – just stack them up! The Ultra 3.5-inch external hard drive enclosure supports Windows XP, 2000, ME, Vista and Mac 9.0 and above.

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Built-in 30 mm cooling fan keeps the drive running at maximum performance while protecting it from excess heat. This easy to use external hard drive enclosure is easy to use – it’s hot swappable, Plug and Play. Lay it down, stand it or stack it! No matter how you use the Ultra portable, stackable enclosure, it will meet and exceed industry standards.

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Pros
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    Easy Drive Installation

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    Easily connects to Computer

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    Has Installation disk for Previous versions of Windows (95 & 98)

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    Stackable series, can handle multiple units with a power adapter module

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    has a built in fan for air flow to keep the drive cool

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    LED lights for Power (blue) and for HDD accessing (red)

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    Power switch to shut down unit when not in use

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    Easy to install Hard Drive

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    LED lights for power (blue) and HDD accessing (red)

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    Installation Disc for previous versions of Windows (95 & 98)

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    Easily connects to computer

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    Stackable Series. Multiple units can be stacked with a power module attachment

Cons
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    enclosure made of plastic

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    external screws hard to line up with holes

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    Enclosure made of plastic

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    External screws hard to line up to holes

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