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Peter Kinne's wooden hard drive enclosure


Made from 60% FSC certified wood and intended to be re-used in the sense that you can pull out tiny, obsolete hard drives and pop in newer, bigger ones, the Peter Kinne Designs Hard Drive Enclosure adds a bit of warm nature to your desktop (while providing the same USB/IDE connectivity that lets you keep the innards cheap and easily upgradeable).  This is just the enclosure; you add in whatever internal IDE hard drive you want.  It's easy, though, he says: if you can put together a bookshelf from Ikea, you can manage this.  Contact him for prices and availability.  [GT]

Peter Kinne Designs Hard Drive Enclosure

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November 30, 2006 in Green gadgets | Permalink


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