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In normal conditions, a hard drive is the most affordable and efficient way to back up music, video, and photo libraries. Yet most drives

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I wonder what the price is?

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Why did they sacrifice fire and water damage protection by fitting fans allowing airflow?

Have they never heard of a heatsink? They could have used the entire casing as a huge heatsink....... come to think of it, that could have a negative impact for fire

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its a scam really. I don't see that thing protecting the disk from a fall. .05" steal for fall protection. lol.... What about shock protection i can't see what it does for that.

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Yikes! $900 for the 2TB version, $1999 for the 8TB version!

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.05" thick steel?

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I would think that you could build your own similar system for a lot less money.

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[quote name='ShiZZa' timestamp='1356107293' post='595407304']
its a scam really. I don't see that thing protecting the disk from a fall. .05" steal for fall protection. lol.... What about shock protection i can't see what it does for that.
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I've knocked my HAF 922 off the desk while it was running and disks spinning and everything survived, desk is about 1m high

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[quote name='Detection' timestamp='1356112280' post='595407522']
I've knocked my HAF 922 off the desk while it was running and disks spinning and everything survived, desk is about 1m high
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heh, I've knocked my tower over once when it was on too. I went to get out of my chair, and when I pulled the chair back the case got caught on it and slammed on the floor. I was so paranoid about my hdd's, but they work fine to this day.
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I'm thinking the 0.05 inch thick steel won't be effective but I'm willing to be proven wrong.

You know Neowin did a test on those indestructable flash drives before... I think we should put this thing to the test too.

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[quote name='Draconian Guppy' timestamp='1356106208' post='595407270']
I wonder what the price is?
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Glad you did read the article.

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[quote name='ViperAFK' timestamp='1356123058' post='595407986']
heh, I've knocked my tower over once when it was on too. I went to get out of my chair, and when I pulled the chair back the case got caught on it and slammed on the floor. I was so paranoid about my hdd's, but they work fine to this day.
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I was fun fighting with my mate while we were very drunk, we threw ourselves into the desk and over it went

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[quote name='Draconian Guppy' timestamp='1356106208' post='595407270']
I wonder what the price is?
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[quote name='Richteralan' timestamp='1356127319' post='595408142']
Glad you did read the article.
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Now, not his fault -- I updated it after I read his post. ;)

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Not exactly indestructible...and it's not the drive per se...

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[quote name='Richteralan' timestamp='1356127319' post='595408142']
Glad you did read the article.
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[quote name='Hum' timestamp='1356138725' post='595408506']
Now, not his fault -- I updated it after I read his post. ;)
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:D
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Would it resist to sulfuric acid ? To a tank ? To a nuclear explosion ?

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Frankly , all I wish is a hard drive that lasts forever in normal conditions.

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