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Front door open of the HP ProLiant N36L | by uıɐɾ ʞ ʇɐɯɐs
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Front door open of the HP ProLiant N36L

Looking at the innards of the Hewlett-Packard N36L once you open the door. HP gets a gold star for spartan yet fully-functional design.


Torx screws for disks are screwed into the door (along the bottom edge). The door also conveniently stores a Torx screwdriver, which is the only tool you'll need to work with this chassis.


Easily accessible (see the photo of the mainboard) are an internal USB 2.0 port and the chassis' four SATA disk bays. Each disk is held in a disk caddy which locks in-place with a plastic lever.


If you're looking for more information, I've both a hardware review and software review of the N36L.

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Taken on November 10, 2010