- Aug 20, 2006
If you are using high density seagate drives without raid, you are going to have a bad time.
Make a duck-tape + foam sleeve for it. Smart anyway, then just pull it out when in use. Should protect it from bumps/impacts and the duck tape is waterproof.I bought this for travel and I'm starting to think it was a terrible idea. The weight is okay, but I have no idea why the enclosure's corners are so damn sharp. Seems like it could tear up a bag's insides.
Don't get me started, my choice of duck-tape rather than duct-tape is intentional. The cliffs notes version is that originally the tape was created for the military as a waterproof tape. Because it could seal ammo cans and other such uses and repelled water like water off a ducks back, it was called duck tape by the troops during the war.duct tape