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Ghetto drive gives new meaning to homebrew
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This “Ghetto Drive” was built by taking the innards of an Iomega external USB2/Firewire drive and implanting them into an ordinary cardboard box. The drive was built because the fan broke in the original enclosure and like a true maker, this one decided not to shell out the cash for a new one.

The Ghetto Drive

6 thoughts on “Ghetto drive gives new meaning to homebrew

  1. exept from being noisy, ugly and bulky
    cooling a hardrive, according to google labs, could even make it more likely to fail.
    http://labs.google.com/papers/disk_failures.pdf

    I would rather get one of these SATA-docks or usb-ide converters and travel around with the bare HDs the only thing you have to do is to sufficiently protect the circuit-board.

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