Thermaltake, leading DIY chassis and storage enclosure brand, presents all users the world’s first storage enclosure solution with dual-fan design, the Thermaltake Max 5G. With the dual 80mm fans, the Max 5G can effectively exhaust heat out of the storage enclosure to lower the internal temperature and thereby ensuring data integrity during file transfers between the external hard disk and your computer, as well effectively prolonging lifetime of your installed hard drive. Besides dual fans the brand new Max 5G also sports blue LEDs that give the Max 5G its special looks. The two LEDs can easily be turned off by a convenient switch on the back of the enclosure, light it as you like.
Due to its slim size of 14.5*20.7*4.7 cm and 405g the Max 5G is convenient to carry along for people on the move. In addition to its perfect appearance, the Thermaltake Max 5G also offers high compatibility by implementing eSATA as well as USB 2.0 interfaces with high transfer rates; USB 2.0 with up to 480Mbps and eSATA with up to 3Gbps. Moreover, the Max 5G supports all 3.5 inch SATA I, II, 3.0 and 6G hard drives up to 2TB. In order to enhance the overall enclosure stability, the Max 5G comes with a device stand with easy twist-out functionality. The Max 5G is an ideal solution to transfer data from your portable hard disk to a computer. Its easy-carry size is also convenient for users to bring out data to share with friends, colleagues and people around. Furthermore, even if the Max 5G is a dual-fan hard disk enclosure, it is still quiet when transferring data.
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About Thermaltake: The Thermaltake Group, based in Taipei, Taiwan has been established in 1999. It currently consists of four major brands. Thermaltake Technology is mainly focusing on PC DIY components such as chassis, coolers and power supplies. LUXA2 is the exquisite luxury accessory brand for Apple lovers. Tt eSPORTS is targeting gaming enthusiast with peripherals such as gaming mice, keyboards and headsets. With Tt Apollos the Thermaltake Group also has their own profession esports team, which is rapidly gaining in popularity.