In Win 'Na HDD Enclosure Review

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It's not very often that we come across something that has style as well as functionality, much less functionality beyond what it was designed for. This is especially true when it comes to technology. Sure, computer cases look nice, but they house your computer. You have watches that look spiffy, but then you push a button and BAM! They become calculators, or, in the case of James Bond, a compact-high-powered cutting laser. This is where we take a look at the In Win ‘Na HDD enclosure.

 

The In Win ‘Na combines a touch of an artistic flair from Chinese culture and a warm aesthetic design not too often seen in HDD enclosures. The bit of Chinese calligraphy on the top means prosperity, wealth, and the spirit of generosity. This enclosure could quite easily sit in the open next to your TV or Home Theatre PC, looking sleek and stylish, all the while, cleverly hiding any SATA HDD up to 2TB in size.

The In Win ‘Na enclosure comes only in a USB/eSATA flavor. The In Win 'Na is both Mac & PC compatible. So what is the advantage of having a porcelain top? It acts as a piece of “pottery” of sorts, allowing you to actually store things on top of the ‘Na. Is it next to your TV? Use it as a tray for your remote! Is it next to your computer? Keep your frequently used flash drives on it!

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