Published on 15th October 2006 by
Originally Posted by DXR_13KEnice...... something usefull to do with PATA HDs once SATA becomes the standard.
Originally Posted by VelesIsn't it already the standard?
Originally Posted by DarkReaper[niggling]I've only got one IDE connector for optical drives on mine, all permanent storage is SATA[/niggling]
Looks alright I suppose, the hub and backup software is a nice touch but I'll stick with the illuminated IcyBox I already have
Originally Posted by CthippoSecond that. It's nice, but really has nothing to set it apart from a million similar products out there.
Originally Posted by JADSSurely the way forward with these boxes is eSATA and port multipliers?
Originally Posted by FirehedWell sure, if any computers had eSATA ports. I've yet to see a laptop with one, and it's rare in most desktops too; even still, it's not properly plug-and-play on many systems, even though it's supposed to be. I managed to find a SATA enclosure that also does USB, finally, and it's working quite well.
Originally Posted by TheSaladManNo SATA? no buy.
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