SilverStone's Sugo Pack is of course advertised for use with their Sugo SG01; however, the bag should be compatible with nearly any Small Form Factor system on the market such as the popular Shuttle series. For our initial tests, we used the SilverStone SGO1 (non-Evolution) case and proceeded to install it in the Sugo Pack. Overall, the packaging process is certainly simple, just open up the L-shaped pocket and use the Velcro stable straps to keep the unit in place. The remaining pockets and storage areas can be occupied with any other peripherals.
When using the bag with the SG01, the Polyester had no signs of being strained and overall it was an incredibly easy process. Unlike some of the harness products that require the straps be tightened, as well as taking other safety protocols, the Sugo Pack was simply easy to setup and eliminated any doubts when transporting the system. Even though this product is designed to primarily transport SFF enclosures, upon examining the Sugo Pack we found another potential use for it. The bag had just happened to be the perfect size for stowing away enterprise-grade 24 and 48 port switches. With such equipment easily costing upwards of a few thousand dollars, safety is often a key concern. Using the Sugo Pack, we were able to safely store multiple switches as well as a great deal of other networking equipment and peripherals.
Below is a comparison of the SilverStone Sugo Pack against two other bags.