2x 2.5 SSD / HDD and Slim Optical DVD/CD into 5.25" Bay from Icy Dock MB994IPO-3SB
The MB994IPO-3SB utilizes our EZ Slide Mini Trays, making drive interchangeability and maintenance completely hassle free. The trays are built using full metal so that they are durable for many lifetimes, while will not weigh you down when transporting your data from system to system. Also featuring a full cage design, the added top drive cover provides added layer of protection while moving the drive. The trays are designed to accommodate 9.5mm, 12.5mm & 15mm drives, giving you excellent control of your 2.5" hot swap backplane. Features • Fits 2 x 2.5" SATA/SAS hard drive or SSD & 1 x slim optical disk drive (ODD).
• Accommodates hard drives or SSD with up to 15mm Height.
• Supports SATA III & SAS 2.0 interface.
• Full aluminum body construction.
• Full Metal EZ Slide Mini Tray & EZ-ODD Tray system with Full Cage Design.
• 2 x 4 pin power connector to properly power all components.
• Available 40mm cooling fan.
• On & off switch for cooling fan, reduce the power usage and fan noise when using SSD.
• Status LED on Front for each drive.
• Top cover for the tray adds extra drive/ODD protection.
• Perfect for SFF (small form factor) case, IPC, HTPC, NAS, Home Server and All-In-One computers.
• Active Power Technology – Device & fan only powers up if a drive is installed.
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- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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