Not much to say about this one except that the one delivered was different than the one pictured. It's a flat-sided case with 'Dynamode' stamped on the side in black.
The internal chassis is made from remarkably cheap plastic and one of the screws was malformed, but once assembled it feels solid enough. Possibly not suited to more than occasional use since it lacks a fan, but fine for backups and archiving.
With a choice of SATA or IDE connections - cabling is supplied for either option - you can't really go wrong at this price for occasional use.
If you're not familiar with these products though and will need to consult the manual, look elsewhere. The instruction leaflet that came with this is written in indecipherably poor English and advises that, for example, "when you whop the device without according the practices aboved .there a warning message showed that if u whop it without stopping it this may cause your computer to crash or lose some value data"