Specifications, Availability and Pricing
We start things off by first looking at the specifications of the IN WIN Na.
The majority of the Na is made of white Apple-like style color plastic with a porcelain plate on top. As far as interfaces go, it supports USB 1.1 (up to 12Mbps) and USB 2.0 (up to 480Mbps) as well as eSATA. It officially supports 3.5-inch SATA and SATA II hard disk drives up to 1TB, but it should also support the new Seagate 1.5TB drive (and others in the future), too.
It comes with a great power supply that will work all over the world from 100 to 240 volts - the sign of a cheap product is a cheap power supply with only 120 volts or 230 volts, but here IN WIN passes with flying colors. The product will work in Windows 2000, XP and Vista - no word on Mac or Linux and we were unable to test those operating systems.
As far as size goes, it measures in at 131mm (width) x 201mm (length) x 70mm (height). Naturally being a 3.5-inch caddie enclosure, it is about the same length as most other enclosures, but the height is where things change and it is over double the height of most others on the market - not that it should really be a problem.
As far as availability goes, it is still a new product, and it is not quite ready to buy just yet - hence, we also don't have any retail prices yet. It comes with a three year warranty in case something goes wrong.
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- Page 1 [Introduction]
- Page 2 [Specifications, Availability and Pricing]
- Page 3 [The Packaging]
- Page 4 [IN WIN Na Enclosure]
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