Sometimes the simplest products are actually great products. If you remember
the good old days when people played tapes instead of CD's, you would remember
the Cassette boxes they came in. The idea was simple, use the box if you
didn't want to damage your cassette. These boxes weren't the “be all, end
all” for protection, but they did an adequate job of protecting your tapes
from accidental splashes and dust. In addition to that, they made organizing
your collection easy because they were uniformly shaped even though our
cassettes were oddly shaped. Hard drives are no different. They should get
the same kind of love and attention that our beloved cassette tapes did in the
80's, but instead they are stacked on our shelves naked and lonely waiting for
dust and coffee to find them. Fear not solution seekers, there is an answer!
ineo (yes, that is a lowercase "i") has produced a simple hard drive protection
box, but does it cut the mustard... or the cheese?
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