Question About Bare Hard Drives?
Do bare hard drives come without covers on them
- John ³Lv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Bare drives are just regular drives without the retail box and accessories.
There is no difference between a "bare" drive and any other hard drive, the drives themselves are the same. The difference is, "bare" means it is not sold in a shrink wrapped retail box, with all the accessories you normally see in a retail box. That means it doesn't come with a cable or a tools CD or adapter brackets. Most "bare" drives come in an antistatic bag, in a plain cardboard box with a little foam around them. I've even gotten a "bare" drive in an antistatic bag wrapped in nothing but bubble wrap, then tossed in a yellow manila envelope for shipping.
- Matthew LLv 51 decade ago
as in...?...bare harddrives just come with the hard drive, nothing else with it like brackets, etc...just the drive..and that's all you really need...especially if you are replacing an old broken one...