Thursday, 06 December 2012 19:23

Silverstone launches a notebook reservoir for hard drives

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SilverStone launched two very interesting and practical additions for owners of portable computers. It is a reservoir for SSD disks named SilverStone Treasure TS08 and TS09, which are intended to be incorporated into the space reserved for the optical drive. The TS08 comes in white, with net weight of 27 grams, while the TS09 is for black notebooks, and since it supports a larger drive bay thickness it is a bit heavier, but still very light at only 40 grams.

Since there is very small number of daily users of optical drives it was just a matter of time before someone came up with the idea to replace them with something more useful and appropriate for today’s standards. With the TS08 and TS09 you will get one more slot for SSD or a standard hard drive instead of the optical drive. The Treasure TS08 is designed for thin laptops with an optical drive bay thickness of 9.5 millimeters, while the TS09 is for those with a standard thickness of 12.7 millimeters.
In both cases the Silverstone disc tray comes with a slimline SATA connector and at the same price of 10 euros for each model. We do not need to point out the obvious, users crave more storage and since not everyone likes their additional storage in the cloud, they can now boost their capacity in a very simple way for very small amount of money.

What do you think about this new option from Silvertstone? Will you buy one? Tell us in our Forum

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