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The shape or design of the product.
Characteristics of the device.
The material from which a thing is or can be made e.g. wood, plastic.
Number of 5.25" bays
A drive bay is a standard-area for adding hardware to a computer. Most drive bays are fixed to the inside of a case, but some can be removed. A 5.25" drive bay, also known as full-height bays, were found in old PCs in the early to mid-1980s. They were 3¼″ high by 5¾″ wide, and up to 8″ deep (83 × 146 × 200 mm), used mainly for hard disks and floppy disk drives.
Number of 3.5" bays
A drive bay is a standard-area for adding hardware to a computer. Most drive bays are fixed to the inside of a case, but some can be removed. A 3.5" drive bay is for floppy disks.
Supported motherboard form factors
Design of the supported motherboards.
Colour of product
The colour e.g. red, blue, green, black, white.
A side window is a transparent side (or part of side) in a housing which enables you to see the internal space of the device.
Power supply included
There is a power supply with this product.
Ports & interfaces
USB 2.0 ports quantity
Number of USB 2.0 ports (connecting interfaces) in the device. USB 2.0 was released in April 2000 (now called "Hi-Speed"), adding higher maximum signaling rate of 480 Mbit/s (effective throughput up to 35 MB/s or 280 Mbit/s), USB 2.0 ports are usually black.
The type of audio input that the device requires, and the connection needed.
The type of audio output that the device produces, and the connector(s).
Firewire (IEEE 1394) ports
Number of IEEE 1394/FireWire ports (connecting interfaces) in the device. The IEEE 1394 interface is a serial bus interface standard for high-speed communications and isochronous real-time data transfer. It was developed in the late 1980s and early 1990s by Apple, who called it FireWire. The 1394 interface is comparable to USB though USB has more market share. Apple first included FireWire in some of its 1999 models, and most Apple computers since the year 2000 have included FireWire ports, though, as of 2013, only the 800 version (IEEE-1394b).
USB 3.0 ports quantity
The number of USB 3.0 ports (sockets). USB 3.0 was released in November 2008. The standard defines a new SuperSpeed mode with a signaling speed of 5 Gbit/s and a usable data rate of up to 4 Gbit/s. A USB 3.0 port is usually colored blue, and is backwards compatible with USB 2.0.
Supported hard disk drive sizes
The size of the hard disk drives which can be used by the device.
63.5, 88.9 mm (2.5, 3.5")
Weight & dimensions
The measurement or extent of something from side to side.
The distance from the front to the back of something.
The measurement of the product from head to foot or from base to top.
Weight of the product without packaging (net weight). If possible, the net weight is given including standard accessories and supplies. Please note that sometimes the manufacturer leaves out the weight of accessories and/or supplies.
The distance from one side of the packaging to the other.
The distance from the front to the back of the packaging.
The distance from the top to the bottom of the packaging.
Weight of the packaged product.
Power supply type
The type of power supply which this product uses.
Dimensions of the product (Width x Depth x Height).
229 x 546 x 521 mm
Supported hard disk drive interfaces
The type of interfaces that can be used with the hard disk drive e.g. parallel ATA (PATA), serial ATA (SATA), SCSI.
Package dimensions (WxDxH)
Dimensions of the packaged product (Width x Depth x Height).
332 x 600 x 660 mm
List of I/O expansion card slots; including quantity of each