Antec Easy Swap Hard Drive Caddy Enclosure Review

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I am sure everyone out there in cyberspace knows that in the computer world, storage is important. USB flash drives, USB external drives, internal SATA hard drives, and the option of external SATA hard drives via enclosures. USB flash drives are so handy, and I happened to have read the other day that there’s a 128 GB flash drive out there. Now that is convenience! I would love to have one of those to use every once and a while.

 

In this day and age, hard drives, to some people, are essential. Whether it is for personal or business use, people need to have the right storage capacity to suit their needs. External hard drives are a convenient tool for anyone out there that is on the go. What I love about hard drives is that the bigger your capacity is for the hard drive, the less worried you are about running out of space! I remember a few years back thinking that a terabyte of hard drive space is unnecessary, but come to think of it, it is nice to have.

The Easy SATA Hot Swap Hard Drive Caddy by Antec is what we have today. Antec’s Easy SATA Hot Swap Hard Drive Caddy is a hard drive enclosure for SATA drives. The convenience of this product is aimed for anyone that has extra internal SATA hard drives. The enclosure is designed to slip into an available 5.25" drive bay on your computer case, and you plug in the SATA cable to your system, and just slide in a hard drive to the available slot. Pretty straightforward, and convenient.

 

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