Now let’s look at the Infosafe itself. The device is made from black aluminium, with a surprisingly compact size. There is InfoSafe branding on the side of the device, while the front contains the individually lockable drive doors. Above each door is a small LED that indicates drive activity.
At the rear of the device, we see the various connectivity options and configuration switches, as well as the on-off and reset switches. There are three ports – DC in, e-SATA and mini USB. The configuration options, as listed, are R0 (RAID 0), R1 (RAID 1), JBOD (Just a Bunch of Disks) and BIG (Spanned).
Turning the device over, we see there a few ventilation holes, four rubber feet to prevent the enclosure from sliding around, and a couple of stickers. There are also screws here, if you needed to replace the enclosure’s circuitry.
All in all, it’s definitely a nice and sleek chassis.