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Kingwin F-35

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Posted November 13, 2009 by Jake in Storage
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Introduction

External drives are often one of those things that tend to slip your mind when planning your computer dream system. Well, to be honest, all the best hardware in the world is nothing compared to the value of irreplacable data. We’ve seen too many people lose important data, loses that could have been easily prevented or avoided with a simple backup drive.

Well, data backup today is more convenient and economical than ever. You can purchase an external drive or an enclosure and install the compatible hard drive of your choice, giving you flexibility, security, simplicity, and peace of mind.

Follow along with us as we review the Kingwin F-35U-BK HD enclosure for SATA hard drives and see for yourself.

Thanks go to our friends at Kingwin for supplying the review sample.

Kingwin was founded in 1992 with a mission to produce quality accessories, solutions, and options for its customers. Its main categories include: external/internal storage solutions, power supplies and thermal solutions. As one of the top producers of high quality, DIY computer accessories, Kingwin is poised to lead today’s market. Kingwin works in conjunction with both impressive PC functionality and user individuality. Kingwin enclosures and mobile rack solutions also continue to be the first choice among consumers world wide. Just as impressive are the high performance Kingwin power supplies which are now certified by Nvidia SLI, 80Plus and have received recognition & awards worldwide. The most recent "Mach 1 Modular Series" continues to sweep the gaming market by storm. In addition to the retailer channel, Kingwin has also gained great success among distributors, OEM customers, system integrators, and VARs.

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