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Rosewill RX355-X2 External Hard Drive Enclosure Review

We mainly have been reviewing Rosewill computer cases and power supplies, but they make a whole plethora of other products ranging from CPU coolers to card readers. Rosewill’s whole thing is to create quality made products and offer them at an affordable price. Today we will be looking at the RX355-X2 hard drive enclosure, which features both eSATA and USB connections. Rosewill is offering it for $39.99, which is a great price. Let’s see if you are getting your money’s worth…

Features
– Internal metal shielding plus two 50mm Cooling fans to provide the excellent heat dissipation
– Stylish Design
– BLUE LED indicators for Power & HDD activity
– eSATA connection provides excellent transfer speed
– Simple HDD installation

Specifications
Model: RX355-X2 BK
Color: Black
Size: 3.5″
AC Adapter: 100-240 VAC (47 Hz ~ 63 Hz) 12V/2A output
Material: ABS Cover and internal metal shielding
Internal Interface: SATA I/II
External Interface: USB2.0 & eSATA
Fan: 2 x 50 mm cooling fan
– Support up to 1.5TB HDD
– Two 50mm Cooling Fans
– Complies with SATA I/II, speed up to 3Gbps
– Power On / Off switch
– Supports Win 2000/ME/XP/VISTA, and Mac OS 9.x/ 10.x and above, Linux kernel after 2.4.1.0
Dimensions: 8.86″ x 5.69″ x 2.68″

Packaging
The RX355-X2 comes in a very attractive and colorful box. On the front you have a picture of the enclosure in action and on the back there is a list of features and specifications which we have listed above.

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Opening the box up everything inside is nicely protected. We find the hard drive enclosure, USB cable, eSATA cable, eSATA bracket, power cable, 2 bags of screws, and the instructions inside.

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Bob Buskirk
the authorBob Buskirk
About 10 years of computer experience. Been messing around with electronics since I was 5, got into computers when I was in highschool, been modding them ever since then. Very interested in how things work and their design.
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