CalDigit T4 Thunderbolt 2
Packaging for the T4 carries an image of the enclosure on the front. To the left, we have marketing information with capacity listed at the top right.
Opening the packaging, we found the accessories tucked away.
Scope of delivery for the T4 is quite simple. Here we have the enclosure, power adapter, and software disk.
The front of the T4 is quite similar to the original T3. Here we have a full aluminum enclosure with aluminum drive trays, though this time around we have four bays. At the bottom, we have the power button, accompanied by five LEDs denoting disk activity and power.
The back of the T4 houses dual Thunderbolt 2 ports with the cooling fan above and power input to the right.
Here we have the 3TB HDDs included with our sample. These are Toshiba DT01ACA300 drives.
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