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ICY DOCK MB561-S4-1 Review


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With the amount of movies, music, pictures, data, and other content that many of us end up storing on our Windows Home Server, chances are there will come a day when you run out of space.  This can be especially true if you’re also backing up your PCs, laptops, and the server files themselves.  It won’t take long to reach the point where you’ve used up every SATA port on your motherboard.  What now?  Well at this point you could either go buy a PCIe card that will give you 2 more ports, or you can take a different route and add an external drive enclosure to your system.

There is a pretty good variety of enclosures out there to choose from and our friends over at MS Windows Home Server have a really in-depth  review of the ICY DOCK MB561-S4-1.

Check it out here and find out if it’s more than just a nice looking enclosure!

Thanks Phil, great work!

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BillyPut simply, Tom (a.k.a Billy) loves technology! He’s been involved in the IT world since leaving the Navy in 1992 and has moved his way up to the top on the systems engineering side. After taking a short deviation into home automation, he’s never been able to shake his love for creating an environment of complete integration at home. If there is a way to make the various systems in his home more seamless (even if they weren’t originally meant to talk to each other) he’s up to the challenge of figuring out how to make it work!View all posts by Billy

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