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Posted May 7, 2009 by Jake in Cooling

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Eagle iNEO: Specs & Package

Getting down to what the Eagle Tech iNEO offers:

Speed matters! No other enclosure offers the performance, convenience and style of this tool less enclosure. Truly hot swappable: just snap in your hard drive and it is ready for use. Works like a HDD reader without the bare drive risks. Solid aluminum construction improves heat dissipation to prolong the lifespan of your hard drives. Patented F.I.T. ensures smooth drive loading/unloading at all times. Portable luxury – for those who won’t settle for less! Supports latest 1.5TB drives.

  • Solid aluminum with supple fine grain leather
  • Works like a HDD reader without bare drive risks
  • Just snap-in your drive and it is ready for use
  • Completely tool less and hot swappable
  • Patented F.I.T. (Fast Installation Technology)
  • Plug-n-Play via USB 2.0
  • 3.0Gbps eSATA
  • Usage: Quick hard drive imaging and multiple OS boot up

Here are the specifications:

  • Type: External drive enclosure
  • Form Factor: 3.5”
  • Hard Drive Compatibility: 1.5TB
  • Internal Interface: SATA I/II
  • External Interface: Hi-speed USB 2.0 and eSATA
  • Data Transfer Rate: 480Mbps and 3.0Gbps
  • Power Source: Universal Switching Power Adapter (5V/12V 2.0A)
  • Power Input: 100-240VAC, 50/60Hz
  • Certification: FCC, CE Certified and RoHS compliant
  • O.S. Required: Microsoft Win98SE/Vista/ME/2000/XP Mac OS 9.0 or higher Linux
  • Dimension: 7.2 x 4.9 x 1.2 inch
  • Weight: 2.6 lbs

The contents include:

  • External storage system
  • Power adapter
  • Resource CD
  • Quick installation guide
  • Certified USB 2.0 and eSATA cables
  • Vertical stand

The iNEO was solidly packaged and emerged from the box without a scratch on it.  I’m not sure how much presentation counts with something as utilitarian as a hard drive enclosure, but I didn’t get that “Oh, no” feeling when I opened it.
Not shown here but very much present was an eSATA cable.  What is shown here is the power brick; both the iNEO and the Eagle have separate power supplies, so plan your wire routing accordingly.

Let’s take a closer look now.

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