SIIG’s unique additions to today’s roundup include an enclosure that supports screw-free drive insertion and a pair of rubber strips that reduce rattle with loosely fitting drives.
Like many of its competitors, the JU-SA0312-S1 includes USB 3.0 and auxiliary power cables, a cushioned bag with an internal cable pouch, and a cryptic name.
Squeezing an end tab firmly allows the cap to be lifted away for drive insertion. Little effort is required to snap it back into place.
Screws at the other end should never require removal, although we took them out to photograph the interface card. An activity LED sits opposite the auxiliary power jack
ASMedia’s ASM1051 tucks deeply into the JU-SA0312-S1 end cap, on top of an interface card that’s securely glued in place.
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I know this isn't relevant, but what is in the pcie1 slot?Reply
You guys are really benching cases? I figured they'd all be close to the same anyway.Reply
SubSonix1I know this isn't relevant, but what is in the pcie1 slot?Reply
Nothing, the slot is covered by an extended chipset heat sink.
So basically, they all have identical hardware, and IMO all look uglyReply
TomD_1So basically, they all have identical hardware, and IMO all look uglyReply
You forgot to mention they all fit in a shirt pocket. That is the most important part.
Scraping the bottom of the barrel for non-iPad news?Reply
thejerkScraping the bottom of the barrel for non-iPad news?Reply
Um.... few things,
1. They haven't been just covering the ipad. They been covering alot of other things.
2. This isn't news. This is a review. Learn the difference.
if ya think about it this is more cost effective per GB to buy one of these and a hard drive then buying a usb driveReply
Good... so I can share my pirated movies more faster?( sarcasm )Reply
What's the performance like if you use it with a hard drive? Just same as usb 2.0 I'd imagine? Odd that they're only hitting 35MB/sec with USB 2.0. It should go 60MB/sec. Why is this only half the speed?Reply