Being a relatively new company, many may not be familiar with the Rosewill brand name, but these folks are doing everything they can to change that. The Rosewill product line began by offering components that were priced under the competition. Most immediately thought this meant inferior quality, but reviewers have been finding that this thought may very well be in error. In a nutshell, the aim of Rosewill is to combine quality components at an affordable price.
Today we will be checking out one of the company's newer offerings, a 3.5" SATA external enclosure. Since the goal of this company is value, we will take a look at the cost of this product compared to other similar items, as well as taking a look at the performance. After all, low price is one thing but our enthusiast rigs deserve nothing but top notch performance!
So kick up your heels and relax for a bit as we delve deeper into this means of using a newer SATA drive as an external device. Price, performance... is it worth our hard-earned upgrading dollars? We'll find out!
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