Tagan release the Icy Box Series

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Tagan release the Icy Box Series

Tagan has launched a range of new external hard drive enclosures in its Icy Box series, two with USB interface and one with both USB and eSATA.

Icy Box IB-266StUSD-B, a high-quality combo external enclosure with dockingstation providing superb protection for your hard drive. The strong, aluminum case construction provides complete protection for your drive and helps you keep your drive cool during working. It supports 2.5” SATA HDD without hard drive space limits. Also, it is compatible with both Windows and Macintosh based systems under the “FAT32” format. The unit is powered by a USB cable and does away with needing an additional power adapter. In addition, the 2.5" IcyBox comes with a user manual, USB cable, screwdriver, screw.

Special Features

* Compact aluminum case with dockingstation
* Blue light diplay for power and access
* For 2.5" SATA hard disk(up to 9.5mm high)
* USB 2.0 transfer rate up to 480Mbp/s
* eSATA transfer rate up to 1.5Gb/s
* Dimension Dockingstation: 180x100x25
* Support Hot Swap, plug & play
* USB bus power


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21-02-2009, 07:54:53

I'm glad the team are gathering more avid members. (dishing out some appropriate reppage to the above, those I may miss - I still haven't figured out 1 or 2 tags to forum members. Perhaps we could do with a translation list)

I've got some issues I need to sort out, mainly maintenance, but also (weirdly enough) atleast 2 pcs I've installed a console on as a service... and lost track of >.<

Being as the maintenance is overdue, I'm setting the 2m as a deadline to power stuff down otherwize i'll never get it done.

Be back hopefully stronger ;)

21-02-2009, 11:22:40

The oc3d team just needed to be brought to the attention of new members, Im sure collectively we can start the team back off up the charts.

And also the members better watch out, Im heading up the charts ;)

21-02-2009, 19:25:55

Can some one keep an eye on the team ranks, Im not sure what we were boefore hand but it would be nice to know if we are closing the gap now Im doing a little bit.

23-02-2009, 09:17:45

I could keep a log if thats what you want.
More than happy to help out here.

23-02-2009, 09:23:23


23-02-2009, 13:06:31

Am I right by thinking 2 places in the last week?

24-02-2009, 09:05:58

Make that 4 places :D

03-03-2009, 10:11:06

tis now 5 :d

03-03-2009, 10:12:39

7 or so places within the next week looks promising

03-03-2009, 10:34:08

Probs wont happen for a couple of weeks, I have to take the main folder offline to get it all under water, might even loose a place :(

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