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Vizo Arius II ARS-250 Dual 2.5-inch SATA Drive Bay - Specifications, Availability and Pricing

SSDs are for power users, so why just put them in notebooks?

By: | Enclosures/Externals in Storage | Posted: Aug 10, 2009 6:12 am
TweakTown Rating: 85%Manufacturer: Vizo

Specifications, Availability and Pricing


Vizo Arius II ARS-250 Dual 2.5-inch SATA Drive Bay


Drive bays are fairly simple products. They secure drives, flash lights, provide power and make a product that is designed to fit one area fit another. In most cases there is no performance gain or loss, just the ability to have your cake and eat it, too. I call these convenience products, the ones that make things easier.


The Arius II is already setup for the next evolution of SATA, SATA 3.0. The bay only supports SATA, no SAS capability at all. The bay is about the same size as a typical floppy drive and fits into the same bay. Many cases still include two of these bays, so in many cases you can install two of these drive bays and four drives total.


I was able to find the Vizo Arius II at Newegg for an outrageous 59.99 USD! After searching for a better deal I was able to find a reseller on EBay with several in their EBay store for a more reasonable 40.95 USD. Typically I wouldn't list an EBay sale in an article, but we are talking about a 20 Dollar difference and for me personally I think 60 Dollars is a bit steep for a drive bay.


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