The T7-HDx is basically a storage enclosure, which can be connected to the T7-HSA (or indeed any Home Server for that matter) by USB or eSATA. Two specifications have been released, each utlilising Western Digital’s excellent GreenPower Drives in a 1Tb (2 x 500Gb) or 2Tb (2 x 1Tb) configuration.
What’s in the Box? Tranquil PC sent us through a 1Tb T7-HDx with our old friend, the T7-HSA. Let’s take a look at a few unboxing shots.
|Model: T7-HDx Storage Device||Manufacturer: Tranquil PC|
|Website: http://www.tranquilpc.co.uk||Telephone: +44 (0)845 555 7788|
|Price: £280.83 (1Tb) £468.83 (2Tb)|
Here’s what you get with the T7-HDx:
- T7-HDx Storage Device
- Bridging Connectors (to attach the unit to the T7-HSA)
- USB Cable
- Instruction Leaflet
The T7-HDx utilises exactly the same chassis as the T7-HSA, which gives great aesthetic consistency when you utilise the HDx alongside the HSA. As with the T7-HSA, the HDx is passively cooled with a copper heat pipe transferring any heat generated by the hard drives directly to the metal chassis.
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