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Enermax Announces the NAPPA HDD Enclosure

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  1. btarunr

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    ENERMAX is proud to announce launch of NAPPA; its latest enclosure series. Other than making it full aluminum or steel, NAPPA goes with different approach for producing enclosure no other alike. Its inner 1.1mm thick aluminum body is bounded in 0.8mm thick PU leather by a patented technique. It results in extraordinary heat dissipation with a great look and touch.

    There are two colors available, black and brown. EB210S is with SATA I/II to USB 2.0. EB210S features ultra-compact dimensions of 128 x 80 x 14mm and supports 2.5” HDD of 4,500 to 7,200rpm. It also does not require any external power supply. Supported operating systems are Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7; Mac OS 9.x or higher. Additional accessories Include in the retail pack are a water-resistant carry bag and a mini screw driver.

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    Additional information for the EB210S-B (Black) can be found here, and for the EB210S-BN (Brown) here. MSRP for both is US $18.
     
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    new heat transfer materials is cool... but kinda boring on a mere USB 2.0 enclosure
     
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    Indeed, I fail to see the added value. I don't recall heat every being an actual problem with 2.5" disks.
     
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    There's an Acomdata enclosure that is basically the same thing.
     
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    I like the branching out but really they need to go Firewire 800 or USB 3.0 specs + eSata.
     

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