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Written by Kristofer Brozio - Edited by Olin Coles   
Friday, 18 May 2007
Table of Contents: Page Index
Akasa Integral 2.5" HDD USB Enclosure
Closer Look
Installation, Testing and Comparison
Testing and Results

Introduction:

Enclosures seem to be very popular these days, and especially the type that fit 2.5" hard drives. With the switch to SATA notebook drives, I'm sure there are plenty of older IDE style drives floating around that can be used to add more storage to your system or to take things with you. Of course you'll need something to put that hard drive in, not only to make it work, but also for protection. Today for review I have the Integral 2.5" IDE hard drive USB enclosure from Akasa, so read on to check it out...

Akasa Integral 2.5" HDD USB Enclosure

Tech Specs,Features or the Basic Info:

Akasa Integral 2.5" HDD USB enclosure

2.5" Enclosure - Integral P2

Integral P2 AK-ENP2N for 2.5" IDE notebook hard disks with hi-speed USB 2.0 interface.

The sleek aluminum body enables efficient heat dissipation. Blue LED power and access indicator really gives it a touch of style. The enclosure is incredibly light, yet durable able to withstand the daily knocks of travel. Includes carry bag. You can use it as part of your mobile kit.

Features:
High speed USB 2.0 interface; backwards compatible
Supports any 2.5" IDE notebook HDD
Sleek aluminum case providing efficient heat dissipation
Stylish blue LED power and access indicator
Plug and Play
OS Support Win 98SE/ME/2000/XP, Mac OS 8.6 and above

Specs:
Application: 2.5" IDE notebook HDD
Interface: USB 2.0 and 1.1 compliant
Data Transfer Rate: 480 Mbit/s max
Material: Aluminum
Power & Access Indicator: Blue LED
DC input: +5V
Plug & Play/Hot Swappable: Yes
Dimensions: 135 x 80 x 16 mm
Product code: AK-ENP2N-BL

Package Includes:
Multi-language installation manual
USB DC cable
USB 2.0 cable
Device Drive
Carry bag



 

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# mrcholly 2010-03-04 08:13
does it matter witch usb port i plug in my integral 2.0 interface
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