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Date: November 4th, 2009
Article by: Jackie Mueller (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Kingwin
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KINGWIN F-35 ENCLOSURE INTRODUCTION



When it comes to external storage, I often get asked whether it's better to buy a bare hard drive and install it into an external enclosure, or just buy a ready-to-go external hard drive. There is no right or wrong answer it's all about personal preference and what you're willing to spend. Obviously there's extra installation time involved if you choose to buy a bare drive along with an enclosure, but the combo also tends to be a little cheaper than the external hard drive if you shop around. Plus, you get exactly what you want. There are no less than a slew of different choices available when it comes to enclosures. If you're picky about colors and styles, this is the way to go.


So let's say you bought a brand new hard drive and want to use it in an external enclosure. Which enclosure do you buy? Well, it's helpful to read reviews such as this before a purchase in order to familiarize yourself with its feature set and get an idea of how it performs. With that said, I'm going to take a product from Kingwin for a test run today. It's an external enclosure called the F-35, and it has a bold style that deviates from many run of the mill enclosures. Let's take a closer peek.

 

KINGWIN CORPORATE PROFILE



A computer is no longer only found in an office or large corporation. The personal computer (PC) has evolved into something much larger, and taken on a more distinct personality. It has also taken on the image of a personal accessory that we can see, use; and touch as part of our everyday lives, both in and out of the home. The PC in fact has become and taken on its own personality, as individual, and as the person using it. As the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) market grows, the evolution of the PC is only limited by the imagination of the user. The DIY market now offers a multitude of accessories and customizable options, combining both the personality of the PC and the User into one


Kingwin was founded in 1992 with a mission to produce quality accessories, solutions, and options for its customers. Its main categories include: external/internal storage solutions, power supplies and thermal solutions. As one of the top producers of high quality, DIY computer accessories, Kingwin is poised to lead today's market. Kingwin works in conjunction with both impressive PC functionality and user individuality. Kingwin enclosures and mobile rack solutions also continue to be the first choice among consumers world wide. Just as impressive are the high performance Kingwin power supplies which are now certified by Nvidia SLI, 80Plus and have received recognition & awards worldwide. The most recent "Mach 1 Modular Series" continues to sweep the gaming market by storm. In addition to the retailer channel, Kingwin has also gained great success among distributors, OEM customers, system integrators, and VARs.


With over 15 years of experience in the computer components market, Kingwin is dedicated to producing innovative products and provide unparalleled customer service. As we look to the future, we will continue to innovate, advance and stand behind our products 100%.

 

 


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