A data storage monolith
Subject: Storage | February 26, 2007 - 12:20 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The newest member of the Icy Dock family, the U6-1S-WBC, is under the microscope at [H]ard|OCP. It supports IDE and SATA drives, with additional USB 2.0 and Firewire connections and will function as either an external drive, as well as functioning as an internal drive drawer. While it doesn't contain the 80mm fan that the last model did, which cause a lot of noise, this model is passively cooled. If you like what you see in the review, pick one up from PriceGrabber.
"Our last two drive enclosures from Icy Dock have been elegant, beautiful affairs that were as good-looking as they were
functional. In contrast, the U6-1S-WBC is strictly business. We find out if its performance is as serious as its looks."
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