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Vantec EZ Swap M2500 & M3500 Mobile Racks  rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The Vantec M2500 & M2500 racks are pretty much the same with the exception of drive form factor, drive capacity and the amount of drives you can install in each. The M2500 models support only 2.5” drivers, but the M3500 models support both 2.5” and 3.5” drives. Note that these racks are designed to work in rack mounts or standard computer cases. They are aluminum, come with vibration reducing springs, support 6Gbps SATA I/II/III SAS I/II HDD/SDD drives, are hot swappable, RAID support and compatibility with Windows, MAC and Linux Operating System. What a rack!


 

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