2.5 inch to 3.5 inch SATA Drive Convertor / Carrier from Kingston
Fits most desktop PC cases, including the iMac and Mac Pro Tower Cases.
This handy, high quality drive converter kit allows installation of all 2.5 inch form factor Solid State & Mechanical Hard drives into a standard 3.5 inch drive bay found in most desktop computers. Features • Converts any 2.5" SATA HDD or SSD to a 3.5" SATA hard drive form factor, allowing it be used in 3.5" SATA drive bay
• Has built-in vents for good air flow and heat dissipation
• Universal mounting holes for most common PC cases
• Screw-less design for simple and fast installation
• Fit's most PC cases, and the Apple iMac and Mac Pro (Requires available 3.5" Internal Bay)
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