|05-09-2008, 08:40 PM||#1|
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[Guru3d.com] Eagle Consus I-Series SATA to USB review
Here in the EU decent external storage solution here costs like 60 maybe even 80 EUR easily. Which is over a hundred USD. So when the company Eagle contacted me and asked if I wanted to look at some of their devices the first thing I did was look at their pricing ... and I was shocked in a good manner.
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