StarTech.com 2.5" Mounting Bracket for 3.5" Bay
StarTech.com BRACKET125PT 2.5" SSD/HDD Mounting Bracket for 3.5" Drive Bay, Tool-less Installation
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Save time with easy, tool-less drive installation
The mounting bracket’s tool-less design makes it fast and easy to install a 2.5" drive in a computer or server, without the need for additional hardware or tools. It’s ideal for system administrators and integrators who are building or upgrading a computing solution for a wide range of businesses and organizations, including schools and hospitals, saving valuable time and effort on installation projects.
Designed for trouble-free use
The lightweight mounting bracket is designed for trouble-free, reliable performance. To install a drive, you simply secure it into the mounting bracket, without using tools. Then, you put the bracket into a 3.5" drive bay in your computer and the bracket holds the drive in place using the tool-less plastic pegs.
• Install one 2.5” SSD or HDD into a single 3.5” bay
• Tool-less drive and bay installation
• Supports drives 7 mm or 9.5 mm in height
• Compatible with most 2.5" SSD/HDD drives including: IDE, SAS, SATA, U.2
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