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I have been into technology almost my whole life. As a kid growing up, my family was fortunate enough to have a computer back when they were like a billion dollars, and I spent more time on that thing then I did anything else. I would play games, learn DOS scripts, and just mess around on BBS’s. Technology has come a long way since then and everything that was once large in size but low on capacity, has now become small in size but high in capacity. I remember backing stuff up on 5.25” floppy disks. Now I find myself backing up my files and games onto hard drives not much bigger than my iPhone.


One of the fastest growing areas in technology has been with the available storage media. Phones, MP3 players, flash drives and hard drives are all growing in capacity and shrinking in size, like my sweatshirt that someone I know stuck in the drier too long. The popularity of the 2.5” drive medium has begun to soar with SSD drives and 7200 RPM notebook drives coming down in price. With this popularity comes the need for enclosures for those who want the portability of the 2.5” drive. Antec has come up with their Veris MX to answer this need, and answer it nicely.


The Antec Veris MX-25 HDD enclosure is a self contained, USB powered 2.5” SATA HDD enclosure for enhanced portability. The Antec Veris MX-25 HDD enclosure is a sleek portable solution for high capacity storage on the go. The specially designed circuitry and USB dual end cable, allows for the USB port to supply power at one end and data at the other, or just power and then data through to eSATA port also included in the MX-25.


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