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Cloud Hybrid

It's nice to be versatile, and the $105 AKiTiO Cloud Hybrid is just that. You can use this single-bay drive box either for network-attached storage (NAS) via the unit's ethernet jack, or for direct-attached storage (DAS) on a PC or Mac via the box's USB 3.0 port. Read More...

Jon L. Jacobi - PCWorld (October 12, 2012)

Neutrino U3+

The Neutrino U3+ is one of the better enclosures that we've had a chance to check out, offering a wide range of connection options to maximize potential throughput on Mac and Windows computers. As we noted earlier, the USB 3.0 connection is best suited to 7200rpm drives to stretch beyond FireWire performance, but the enclosure still works just fine with a slower disk.

Justin King - MacNN (September 26, 2012)

Neutrino U3+

Also the Neutino U3+ is made from aluminum which again there are countless enclosures on the market which are also made from the same material, but very few if any are designed with heat dissipation veins to assist with pulling the heat away from the enclosure in order to keep the hard drive cooler and extending the life of the drive. Read More...

Matt Homan - Techware Labs (August 23, 2012)

Neutrino U3+

The AKiTiO Neutrino U3+ enclosure is a great professional enclosure for the needs of Journalists or anyone who is on always on the go. If you are looking for something small and portable this may be the enclosure for you. Read More...

Tej Babra - Tejbabra (August 13, 2012)

Neutrino U3+

The best part is multiple drives can be daisy chained together using the firewire ports. Priced at $79.00 this is one of the lowest priced USB 3.0 Hard Drive Enclosures on the market. Read More...

GEEKNEWS - Geek News Central (August 12, 2012)

NT2 U3

So we are basically talking about a very fast, small and rather low-cost dual bay USB 3.0 RAID Enclosure and since numbers don't lie there's really not much to add. Bottom line if you are looking to get such an enclosure then look no more (at least something better finds its way onto our test bench) since i doubt there's something faster at this moment in time and that's also why the NT2U3 USB 3.0 Dual Bay RAID Enclosure gets our Platinum Award. Read More...

Nik Kastrantas - NiKK Tech (August 9, 2012)

Cloud Hybrid

The coolest part of the Cloud Hybrid is having the ability to stream digital content to your phone or tablet device. I personally hate synching up my iPhone and iPad to my desktop. It’s just such a cumbersome process. All you need is the free mobile app (iPhone, iPad and Android apps available) to fire up the connection. You can access the network drive from a web browser (at, local network or remotely. Read More...

Chris Stout - MANjr (August 3, 2012)

Neutrino U3+

The benefit of this enclosure case is its beauty. It just looks great. Although the performance of the drive will vary with the type of bare drive that you choose to put into the case, the option of USB 3.0 and FW800 (9pin) will make moving forward with this enclosure easy. It's well designed and sturdy - providing good seating for your drive, and adequate screws to secure the case once closed. It’s easy enough to turn any 2.5″ drive into a portable USB/Firewire hard drive. All it requires is a bit of light screwdriving. Read More...

Ko Maruyama - Mac Video Pro (August 3, 2012)

Neutrino U3+

The AKiTiO Neutrino U3+ is a hard drive enclosure for 2.5″ (laptop-sized) drives. It has a very industrial look that would look nice next to a Mac Pro. It’s built of a real aluminum housing that uses a large heatsink for passive cooling (no fans). It’s easy enough to turn any 2.5″ drive into a portable USB/Firewire hard drive. All it requires is a bit of light screwdriving.

Scott Schaen - Chip Chick (July 23, 2012)

Cloud Hybrid

What I really liked was the cloud capabilities of the AKiTiO Cloud Hybrid. Having the ability to connect to my drive from any internet device at anytime was cool. I know there are services out there that allow you to do this and some routers are now adding in the same functions, but having an always on NAS storage device was really nice. Read More...

Richard M. - Geek News (July 9, 2012)