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MUKii TransImp TIP-330SU-BK USB 3.0 External 3.5-inch HDD Enclosure - The MUKii TransImp External 3.5" HDD Enclosure

USB 3.0 is gaining market acceptance and becoming a mainstream accepted standard. Now that you have it, it's time to do something with it.

| Enclosures/Externals in Storage | Posted: Nov 10, 2010 2:23 pm
TweakTown Rating: 89%      Manufacturer: MUKii

The MUKii TransImp External 3.5" HDD Enclosure

 

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The MUKii TransImp Enclosure has a solid aluminum center shell that has two hard plastic end caps that absorb any vibrations from the drive inside.

 

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Looking at the enclosure from the front, I start to think about Knight Rider. Unfortunately the front doesn't light up while scanning your hard drive, but there is a blue LED on the side that blinks when the drive is active.

 

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The back of the drive has all of the usual components, a place for your USB 3.0 cable, power adapter slot and a push button that turns the drive on and off.

 

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On the inside we found a simple steel tray with a single PCB that attaches to your SATA drive. We did not find any mounting locations for a 2.5" form factor drive, but MUKii also makes a version specifically for that form factor.

 

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MUKii has included a quick start guide, power adapter, USB 3.0 cable, enclosure stand and a software disk that has backup software, drivers if needed and an auto format utility.

 

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