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Tuesday, 24 July 2012 12:40

Akasa integral S external 3.5" HDD case with USB 3.0 tested - Packaging

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Sleek and tough

The box has the same layout and it's tough, just like the packaging for the rest of Akasa's drives. There is a picture of the device on the front and the box highlights the fact USB 3.0 allows for ten times faster data transfer than USB 2.0. There's other info on the back in several languages, where we read that Integral S is suitable for all 3.5'' SATA hard drives.

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We found a manual in the box, which has plenty of pictures showing how to place the drive in the enclosure. There's also a DC12V adapter, USB 3.0 cable and four screws. Integral S also comes with a stand, if you like to place it vertically.

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