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BAY. Is an enclosure to keep in the water for the supply of a mill or other contrivance, so that the water may be able to, drive the wheels of such mill. Stat. 27 Eliz. c. 19.
     2. A large open water or harbor where ships may ride, is also called a bay; as, the Chesapeake Bay, the, Bay of New York.

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Other leading-edge technologies found in the Flip-Pad Voyager include: -- Two Hot-Swappable Drive Bays (DVD Drive, Additional Battery, 40G+ Hard Disk, CD R/W Drive, Floppy Disk) -- Four USB Ports -- Dual PCMCIA Expansion Slots for Flexible Wireless Connectivity, Bluetooth and/or 802.11 -- Ethernet and Modem Ports -- IEEE 1394 Firewire (Windows XP ready)
Their signal-conditioning hardware slides into a 486 floppy drive bay and supplies up to 16 channels.
The 2.5" drive will slip right into your computer's drive bay that accommodates standard 2.5", 9.5mm tall drives.
According to the company, the Idealstor backup systems are suitable for organisations of all sizes, with systems available with 1 removable drive bay up to 8 and with removable disk capacities of up to 12TB per system.
drive bay. MSI AVF25 accepts one 2.5-in, hard disk drive and can be mounted in a standard 3.5-in, drive bay.
It mounts in any available 5.25-inch drive bay, and retails at $379.
Other features include a 5.25-inch half-height drive bay, an external floppy disk drive port and a separate monitor stand.
Along with Fintek F81866 chipset, SATA II HDD 500GB or mSATA SSD 64/128GB drive bay, LAN, COM, and two USB ports, PCM8010 will meet the functionality and practically of requirements in demanding environments.
Compared with standard WD Purple drives, the new member of the WD's surveillance video recording family of drives, WD Purple NV, is designed for larger-scale network surveillance systems utilising higher hard drive bay counts and greater numbers of attached cameras, with demand increased storage capacity and durability.
The drive cradle installs in a 5 1/4" drive bay via a SATA or USB interface, or the device can be attached with a USIB interface cable, via a USB, Firewire, eSATA or Cardbus/PCMCIA interface.
According to the company, the Odyssey cartridge contains a 2.5in SATA hard drive and its docking station fits into any 3.5in drive bay. The solution, designed for companies seeking entry-level, disk-based data storage options, can be used with any drag-and-drop Windows-based system, as well as most storage management software packages offered by independent software providers.
There are professional two and four drive bay models available and customers can choose between DataPort 10, Data Express DX115 and Data Express DE110 rugged removable drive carriers, all of which support any capacity 3.5 inch SAS or SATA hard drive and RAID configurations.