Ultra Stackables

Introduction

Introduction

Ultra Products is known for its computer cases, power supplies, and accessories. Ultra is dedicated to offering customers the most innovative and high quality products they can, or as they put it:
Ultra Products is constantly monitoring industry developments to guarantee the product lines are up-to-date with the latest innovations; products are manufactured and engineered to exceed customer application requirements. Ultra currently offers: case fans and lights, CPU designer cases, DVD products, hard drive coolers, media drives, complete memory solutions, memory coolers and power supplies.

Today, I'll be looking at a new release from Ultra, the Stackables. These aesthetically pleasing accessories are a set of external enclosures, media readers, and USB hubs, all of which are powered individually or with the matching 180-watt power supply designed for the units. So without further ado, let's take a quick look at the Stackables.

 
 
So what are they?

The idea behind the Stackables is to be both useful and pleasing on the eye. They are accessories that match and fit together nicely in a 'stack', hence the name Stackables. I've been supplied with two external enclosures (one SATA and one PATA) and a media card reader. These all cleverly plug into an optional power supply designed to power the Stackables.
 
Head over to the next page to check out them out.
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Most Recent Comments

16-01-2008, 06:58:45

Mr. Smith
Woo! Loads of replies!

I think these products are a waste of money!Quote

16-01-2008, 07:09:23

mrapoc
Looks nice but surely those with existing external hdds etc. already have what these try to innovate?

If i had the money and i needed them i may think about it - but its merely stackable accessoriesQuote

16-01-2008, 07:22:30

ionicle
i think they look sweet tbh

i like stacking things

i always chose stacking hifi componants, over a full system, a seperate cd player, tape, amp etc

i think this is a very innovative idea, even if it is based on an idea from the past...

if they come out in the UK i might consider these..

buy the one at a time as i can aford them lol

good review mike Quote

16-01-2008, 07:34:38

Mr. Smith
lol - ionicle, people generally choose stackable hi-fi's due to superior quality/sound/ability to customise the system!

Fair enough you like these reviewed items but not for me.Quote

16-01-2008, 07:50:18

FarFarAway
And to look good

These look cool. Not for me but I can see why people would like them Quote
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