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Backup to Disk

I am looking for a backup to disk solution I found on the Internet one day (I forgot to bookmark it). The solution was an external disk chasis that would allow me to plug in a disk to backup to then swap for the next day. Basically, it's a chasis that holds 1-3 drives and works just like a normal tape drive backup system...

Thanks!
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pitchfordAuthor Commented:
Not exactly what I'm looking for. I've seen configurations like Tandberg but really what I'm looking for is a drive chasis that is hotswap and I'll swap the hard drive every day. I'll post if I find it.
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Felix LevenCommented:
Dell can do this, but you have buy the hdd in a cace from dell

thats cool:
http://www.high-rely.com/HR3/includes/HighRely/HighRely.php

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pitchfordAuthor Commented:
MrGraves, this isn't what I set out for; but my friend you may have found something better... And it's within my budget.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sce_CBdof8A&feature=player_embedded
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Felix LevenCommented:
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XChangingITCommented:
is this kinda like the Dell RD1000 drive scenario?
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Felix LevenCommented:
No dell sells his own hdd shells and high-rely frames allow yout to use standard sata drives!
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