Turn Empty Drive Bay into Locking Safe

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I can see it now, some ID10T is going to lock up his post-it of passwords and then lose the key.
 

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But what about people who have Cases that have closing panels on the front? They wont close all the way anymore.

not only that but you would be an idiot ot put anything metal , or moist in there.
 

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How about adding a motor then hook it up the PC's PSU. Just push the eject button and it will open like a DVD drive.
 
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When I was younger I had a friend that would hide his cigarettes in his computers empty bays so his parents wouldn't find them. If I ever have kids they aren't going to be able to hid anything :)
 

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[citation][nom]WheelsOfConfusion[/nom]They should make another one that turns into a cup-holder.[/citation]
It has been done already. Any CD or DVD drive could be used. In fact I had a client who called me one day and told me: "The coffee holder doesn't open"! LOL
 

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[citation][nom]tmike[/nom]1) stash2) lube[/citation]
Need a place to stash your porn filled USB sticks, throw them in the drawer too!
 

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This is the best invention ever! Put everything the robbers are going to steal all in one place! You just gave criminals all over the world the best day of their lives, Kleargear.
 
Great idea to hide stuff from the snooping clueless girlfriends who no nothing about empty PC bays. And no, thieves don't generally go after desktop PCs. Remember they are after fast and easy targets for a quick sell on the street like laptops.
 
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