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Thermaltake Muse eSATA

Thermaltake Muse eSATA Article Author : unholy
Date : 01-22-2006
 

The Muse

The Muse is quite stylish, though it is quite unless in one way. To use the Muse as a transport device would be completely unless because not everyone has the same PCI Bracket installed and if they do they might not work with each other. Maybe in the future Motherboards will come with External eSATA Connections but I find it hard to believe. SATA was made to replace SCSI, but for some reason SATA is not as widely trusted as SCSI is. SATA was also built to be Hot Swappable which is why you can remove your SATA HDD like a USB Flash Drive. Although the Muse can put it all into an Enclosure, but it really only has one point, to look good and it seems to do it pretty well. There may be some Standard I may have missed or something but I haven’t seen any PCI Brackets that you can purchase that will work with all these drive enclosures.


The Muse is very suitable for an external HDD or maybe your making a computer and you would like to be able to swap HDD’s quickly, It’s really not to bad of a device.


The Muse also has a nice little panel meter which can show the HDD usage from the HDD Led Connector on your motherboard. It looks pretty neat and makes a new name for bling bling in HDD’s.


Installation

Installation was pretty easy I though I had to screw something down for a second but realized I just needed to shut the case. When it says screw less it really does mean screw less, unless of course you don’t have screw less PCI Brackets.



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