IcyBox External HDD enclosure 3.0 USB Cable with UASP for 2x 2.5" SATA Drives
The IB-AC7032-U3 for two 2.5" SATA HDDs or SSDs consists of an adapter for 1x SATA III HDD/SSD to USB 3.0 and a plastic enclosure for the adapter and two HDDs/SSDs. Use the USB 3.0 interface to connect the adapter directly to a computer, multi media player or the like and your data transfer can reach up to 5 Gbit/s.
Fast data transfer
The IB-AC7032-U3 can achieve up to 5 Gbit/s with USB 3.0. This means fast data transfer and reliability! The adapter supports HotSwap and Plug and Play so driver-free start-up and rapid exchange is possible.
Always at your side
Together with the provided protection case (max. HDD height 9.5 mm) your harddisks are protected from schock and dust. With the universal USB 3.0 interface there is always a way to connect and exchange data. Thanks to the driverless plug & play feature its fast and easy to connect to any PC.
A practical duo
The adapter can be used alone or in combination with the supplied plastic protective box. The advantage of the adapter compared to an external hard drive enclosures is that you can change the hard disk quickly without screws or any other tools. Features • Adapter cable for 1x 2.5" HDDs/SSDs
• 1x USB 3.0 host interface up to 5 Gbit/s with UASP
• EasySwap® - Tooless HDD installation
• Hot Swap and Plug & Play
• LED for power and HDD access
• Including protection box for 2x HDDs/SSDs up to 9.5 mm
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