Newlink 40 Pin IDE to SATA Adaptor

Newlink 40 Pin IDE - SATA Adaptor (converts IDE Drive to SATA)

Scan code: LN17931 Manufacturer code: NL-SATAADAPT Request call
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Product Overview Easy to install and setup, simply connect devices and slide switch to correct position and you're ready to convert your IDE device to SATA. Supports Hot-Plug and 1.5Gbps transfer with low power consumption. Features • Serial ATA 1.0 specification 1.5Gbps.
• Supports Serial ATA Hot-plug.
• Low Power consumption.

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Questions & Answers

Its my question again! Waiting for your respond...

I've got the 2.5" WD Scorpio 160GB (WD1600BEVE) IDE 2.5" I need it to be convert to SATA, connect to motherboard. Regards Gozzyman
Asked by: Gozzyman
Probably best you use the LN54727 I use it and it works and its a space saver. Also you get a mount with it.
Answered by: TheAlien
Date published: 2015-09-26

I am checking if its suitable with my HDD

I've got WD Scorpio Blue 160GB ATA100 (IDE) Laptop Hard Drive 2.5" I am looking for Converts IDE Drive to SATA. Regards Andy
Asked by: Gozzyman
delete my last response - its incorrect. Response should read..... If you want to convert an iDE 2.5 drive INSIDE a laptop--give up it will almost defnitely NOT be possible.
Answered by: TheAlien
Date published: 2015-09-26
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