Tuesday, June 26th 2012

Scythe Announces New Easy Mobile Rack

Japanese cooling expert Scythe proudly presents its newest product in the field of PC Accessories. Scythe Easy Mobile Rack is an easy Mounting Bay for 3,5” HDDs which is meant to be installed into a vacant 5,25” Bay. New Scythe Easy Mobile Rack comes in an elegant black colored design, allowing it to fit into a wide range of on-market PC chassis.

Installation of Scythe Easy Mobile Rack is really easy. It only has to be placed into a vacant 5,25” Bay of the PC chassis and secured by several screws, similar to the installation of an optical (CD, DVD or Bluray) drive. Required 8 screws are typically for Scythe included in the Package of the Scythe Easy Mobile Rack. After the Easy Mobile Rack is installed, user only have to connect one S-ATA Power Cable from the Power Supply Unit and one S-ATA Data Cable from the Mainboard to the back side of the Easy Mobile Rack. As soon as the installation is completed, users can plug-in a 3,5” Hard Drive right away without any additional work. Thanks to its Hot Plug support, Scythe Easy Mobile Rack allows removal and insertion of Hard Drives even while the PC is running.

As known from Scythe, a comfortable user experience was one of the main goals during the development process of the Easy Mobile Rack. A mechanism, connected to the hatch, supports an easy and tool-free insertion or removal of Hard Drives. With its dimension of 148,5 x 42,5 x 177 mm and weight of 180 g Easy Mobile Rack is designed to fit into a single 5,25” Bay and align seamlessly with the PC Chassis.



Scythe Easy Mobile Rack is available as of today for the MSRP of 8,25 €. For more information, visit the product page.
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6 Comments on Scythe Announces New Easy Mobile Rack

#1
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
Looks kinda cheap IMO
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#2
Wrigleyvillain
PTFO or GTFO
It does. Like that cheesy Thermaltake drawer. Was fairly useful but ugly.
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#3
CharlO
About pricing? Haven't seen the video, work.
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#4
puplan
It uses SATA connectors, which are rated for about 50 insertion/removal cycles. Not suitable for frequent use.
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#5
Widjaja
Just an internal HDD docking bay which only supports 3.5" HDDs.
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#6
micropage7
by: brandonwh64
Looks kinda cheap IMO
yeah, the material looks thin and plain
too bad :shadedshu
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