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GigaPod VI: A stylish red revolution


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June 19, 2007 - City of Industry, CA – Spire is ready to introduce yet another state of the art product! Already introduced a couple of weeks ago as one of the new enclosures which is coming soon, Spire is proud to present to you the GigaPod VI.

The GigaPod VI has a stylish red front bezel, which ensures a sleek design and will make it stand out in the crowd. Furthermore we made sure that the GigaPod’s looks are not let down by its performance as this GigaPod is one well built machine.

The GigaPod VI is made of attractive and durable aluminium with a light red bezel in the front. It supports up to 480GB 3.5” hard disk and will be available in two different interfaces:

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Nice looking enclosures. Im not sure, but did it say something about an active cooling system??? Also, Id like to see prices, but seeing as they wont be out until August, it may be awhile before we see anything as such.