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ioSafe Solo External Hard Drive w/ Disaster Protection - The Packaging and Externals

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| Enclosures/Externals in Storage | Posted: Oct 7, 2009 3:37 am
TweakTown Rating: 89%      Manufacturer: ioSafe

The Packaging

 

Apparently ioSafe didn't put a lot of thought into a retail package for the Solo. The system came in a plain white box.

 

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The inner packaging was very well sorted and it protects the system very well.

 

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The front of the Solo lights up a cool blue that shines through the vent holes. As you can see, there isn't a power button on the front.

 

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The side of the unit is solid. You can see from this angle that the Solo uses a clam shell design; the front, top and bottom are all made from the same piece of metal.

 

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The power button, data and power cables are located on the back.

 

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The other side is identical to the first.

 

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Each unit is serial numbered with a plate on the bottom. Also, on the rear a security mechanism is installed into the frame of the Solo.

 

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