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BytePac: the cardboard hard disk enclosure

Barence (1228440) writes | more than 2 years ago

Data Storage 0

Barence writes "A new product called BytePac aims to change the way we archive our old hard disks. It's an environmentally friendly enclosure for both 2.5in and 3.5in disks, made entirely out of "100% recyclable material" — basically, cardboard. One set of cables — with both USB and eSATA connectors at the PC end — will work with every individual BytePac, meaning you can simply buy a cheap empty BytePac box for each disk, label it, and line it up on a shelf. The disk itself need never again leave the BytePac. More details, and a video of how it works, at PC Pro."
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