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[* black] The bracket holding the hard drive in place is oddly flimsy andA rubbery housing is heldlightly adhered to the outsideedges of the hard drive with a weak layer of adhesivebeneath upper and lower hard plastic bezels.
[* black] This design change is far different from what we've [guide|5485|seen before|stepid=24092], and we assume it was made to reducebefore|stepid=24092]. Since the size ofinternal components are more tightly packed than before, small vibrations may carry through more components. The rubber housing dampens the vibrations from the spinning hard drive so they are not perpetuated throughout the device.
[* black] The bracket holding the hard drive in place is oddly flimsy andA rubbery housing is heldlightly adhered to the outsideedges of the hard drive with a weak layer of adhesivebeneath upper and lower hard plastic bezels.
[* black] This design change is far different from what we've [guide|5485|seen before|stepid=24092], and we assume it was made to reducebefore|stepid=24092]. Since the size ofinternal components are more tightly packed than before, small vibrations may carry through more components. The rubber housing dampens the vibrations from the spinning hard drive so they are not perpetuated throughout the device.