Convert Any 9.5mm & 7mm 2.5-Inch SATA HDD/SSD Into An External Hard Drive

Now this is what I call a really neat product. It is the Inateck 2.5 Inch USB 3.0 Hard Drive Enclosure (External Case) for 9.5mm 7mm SATA/HDD/SSD drives… What makes this enclosure standout is that it also serves as a 3 port USB (3.0) hub. Makes good use of any old drives you may have laying around.

Inateck

Features:

Automatic sleep function: Features automatic sleep and spin-down, goes into sleep mode automatically after 10 minutes in idle state. LED flashes each three seconds to indicate standby, a single access to the drive restores the operational mode. Sustainable power management and environmental protection ensured.

Features ABS plastic material, contemporary and reliable design; Top-grade Jmicron JMS567 chipset, theoretical USB 3.0 speeds of up to 5 Gbps, downward compatibility with USB 2.0/1.1.

Suitable for 9.5mm and below thickness 2.5-Inch SATA HDD; Converts any 9.5mm & 7mm 2.5-Inch SATA HDD/SSD into an external hard drive for ultimate mobility and convenience.

Tool free, No Reboot and Additional Driver is needed, easy to install and disassemble; Built-in foam pad, protect hard disk effectively.

Compatible with all Windows versions and Mac OS; eye-pleasing HDD LED activity indicator; Support hot-swap,Plug & play.

One Response to Convert Any 9.5mm & 7mm 2.5-Inch SATA HDD/SSD Into An External Hard Drive

  1. Note that it may require 2 of the USB ports on the computer to give it enough power. For a laptop, that could be a big deal. No wonder they provided a little USB hub. You certainly cannot expect it to be a powered hub; so there is a limit to the power load you can place on it with additional USB devices. (Yeah, thumb drives are OK.)

    All my USB hard drive adapters have independent power supplies. (I can handle the additional wire and complication of the hookup.) But, if you are running off a laptop’s battery with no power outlet handy, this could be a useful device.

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