Hard Drive wall mount to hold Seagate consumer grade desktop 3.5" hard drive. There is a cut out on the front to reveal the Seagate logo, it was intended to show the full logo, but the measurements were a little off. There is a cut out on the front right hand side for the cables to come through, the USB cable and power cable run through with no interference. The walls are 50mm high and keeps it nicely secure to the wall.
The screw holes are a 5mm radius counter sunk leading to a 2.5mm radius to keep the screws flush with the design.
To explain the inspiration, I am using a Raspberry pi to function as a Ubooquity ereader server, which was (is, I can't seem to locate a functioning power pack) limiting my storage capacity. As the Raspberry Pi is in the little closet that houses my circuit breaker, and there is little to no room to put a shelf, I opted for the wall mount option.