The RunCore Pro IV
It is always fun to go back and look at a product after a review to get the rest of the story. When we first reviewed the Pro IV it was with drives that just rolled off the factory floor and the package and accessories were just coming out of the design stage.
In our first review we noted that RunCore would ship their final product with an external USB enclosure so you could easily clone your current drive and not need to reinstall Windows and go through that hassle. Here we see that the enclosure was included in the retail package.
Along with the drive enclosure RunCore also includes a USB cable, screws and even a set of screw drivers that will have you up and running in little to no time.
Here we see that the enclosure uses a simple circuit board, but is effective in getting the job done.
Let's get to the heart of the subject and look at the firmware update process.
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