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This review is from: Fantom Drives GForce3 Pro 2TB USB 3.0 7200RPM External Hard Drive GF3B2000UP
Pros: Quiet, fast, works with Windows Image Backup and Windows Server Backup
Other Thoughts: Below is the output from my ntfsino if anyone wants to see it.
Bytes Per Sector : 512
Bytes per Physical Sector : <not supported>
Bytes Per Cluster : 4096
This review is from: SONY PS3 Move Motion Controller
Pros: Just plain awesome. On the sports champions pack, I actually feel like I'm playing volleyball and ping pong like I was back in high school. Frisbee golf is amazing and I know its real when I suck at Tiger Woods PGA 11 on the move since I can't swing a club in real life to save myself. Just blown away on the accuracy.
Other Thoughts: I think they should pair a move & nav controller as a set.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill R6426-P BK ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Plenty of drive bays for lots of storage in both 5.25" & 3.5" form factors. Excellent design for air flow allowing room to stick a 120mm fan in front of the HDD 3.5" bays.
Can never argue with a glossy black case, two button on the front with hidden front panel USB ports. Well designed.
Cons: Same as the others, a bit of a flimsy case but being used as networked storage its not a big problem. The removable panels and the back of the case are the flimsiest parts. My tower had something dropped on it during shipment and the I/O plate area was bent inwards. Simply pushed a bit to line it up as best as possible and the motherboard installation did the rest.
I do wish that the rear case fan pushed a little more air and was a three pin connector to hook directly to the motherboard.
Lastly, I think the icing on the cake would have been to have the 120mm fan in the front from the manufacturer, but at least the space is provided.
Other Thoughts: Very sleek & elegant case. Simply designed for functional use and none of the pompous showy stuff.
As with a previous reviewer, the front plates can be difficult but I find it easiest to push them into the case for release, and installing them the same way (from inside the case, pushed forward).
All in all, beast 20 bux I spent for redoing my file server.