Wonders of masking: external hard disk in book form

2008-05-12
These Hardbox external drive cases should come in pretty handy. For one thing, we all know that having books around makes you seem smarter. Plus, if some thieves happen to break into your house, they just might be stupid enough to think it’s a real book. Nobody wants to steal those.

The enclosure supports 3.5 inch SATA I or II drives and connects to your PC via USB. There’s no fan, instead it uses the fake page detailing on the edges as a heat sink, keeping it extremely quiet. The power supply is built-in so the AC cord doesn’t need a large transformer, but that does add to the enclosure’s size. It has a physical write protection switch on the back, and a ‘Backup’ button for manually starting a backup of your data. At $300, you better hope a burglar isn’t into classic literature.
external hard disk in book form
external hard disk in book form
external hard disk in book form
external hard disk in book form
external hard disk in book form
external hard disk in book form
external hard disk in book form
external hard disk in book form
external hard disk in book form
external hard disk in book form
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1 comments:

  • Mark32

    Wow, It a nice idea, Using this type of hard drive will be safer and easy to use for all.

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