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    Discussion concerning the VIP Power Mobile Rack Review.

  • #2
    To honestly say the truth Tweaky..... I haven't read it yet :o

    *runs away* :shoot2:

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    • #3
      me neither

      *runs away with Al*

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      • #4
        LOL - Well you both have something to read now! :)

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        • #5
          too late.. :D

          Actually, they had those at TAFE when I was there. A brilliant idea. When we had to install operating systems and things, they'd just hand us a blank HDD in it's little caddy and we could keep using them every week, and not wreck the existing install on the PC... And for those people who have extensive MP3 / DivX collections on HDD, these are also a great alternative to burning a couple hundred cds... :thumb: :thumb:

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          • #6
            It should be obvious what I think of them... :)

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            • #7
              We use the Laser caddies at TAFE for that purpose..... they are fully interchangable with each other (some brands aren't), and are very durable (3 years later we've had less than 10% fail - exceptional when students are constantly abusing them).

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              • #8
                nice review tweak.. It has made me wanna go out and buy one myself :)

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Acid
                  nice review tweak.. It has made me wanna go out and buy one myself :)
                  A wise investment indeed!

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                  • #10
                    Nice review..... I can see you were very impressed with it Tweaky! :thumb:

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                    • #11
                      Not bad at all.. Although someone's gonna have to do a LOT of convincing to get me to sacrifice one of my beloved 5.25 bays :D

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                      • #12
                        I haven't had that problem since switching to the AOpen H600A case... still have one free (never before has that happened!) :D

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                        • #13
                          bleh, my Lian-Li PC65 is all I need. Only have a CDRW and CDROM drive in the bays.. still got a lot more room! :)

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                          • #14
                            "AOpen H600A - the poor man's PC60"

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                            • #15
                              I have my case stated in my sig.. I love it so far, and plan to make a 'few' case mods :D : party ha

                              BTW, I have two open drive bays out of 4. 2 are consumed by a DVD 16x and a CDRW. I would definately consider getting two of those removable racks, if I had the extra HD to switch between the two systems. Right now I'm working with one on each. Wouldn't want the two installations of XP to collide with each other when I tried to use one of the drives.

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