SilverStone Treasure TS01 RFID Enclosure
Written by Michael Larabel in Storage on 1 September 2008. Page 1 of 3. 1 Comment

Over the years SilverStone has designed some astonishing ATX computer cases such as the Temjin TJ10 and the Sugo, but they haven't stopped with cases. SilverStone has introduced high-performance power supplies such as the Decathlon 800W and they have also been making disk drive enclosures such as the MS05, which is an eSATA-based enclosure. SilverStone though has introduced a new 2.5" disk enclosure that combines a normal USB to SATA adapter with RFID encryption technologies. If the included RFID sensor keys aren't close enough to this enclosure, the user cannot access any data off the disk as it's all encrypted. However, does the SilverStone Treasure TS01 work under Linux? We'll tell you today.

Features:

- RFIC hard drive encryption, includes two RFID sensor keys
- No additional software installation needed for accessing data
- Slim and light portable aluminum enclosure
- Supports one 2.5" SATA hard drive
- Plug and Play & Hot-swappable connection
- Includes High-quality leather case
- Maximum compatibility with USB 2.0

Contents:

The SilverStone Treasure TS01 package consists of the 2.5" SATA RFID enclosure, a leather carrying pouch for the enclosure, installation manual, two RFID keys, a standard USB 2.0 cable, a very short USB 2.0 adapter cable, and a small screwdriver. The screwdriver is used for installing the hard drive in the enclosure, due to its small size. No other tools are needed to install a suitable 2.5" SATA hard drive.



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