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With the 33" USB 2.0 to IDE / SATA Drive Adapter Cable from C2G you can save data stored within either IDE or Serial ATA hard drives to both Mac and Windows PCs. Simply connect the hard drive to the adapter cable via the SATA 7-pin Female, the 40-pin IDC Female, or the 44-pin IDC Female ports and begin transferring data at speeds up to 480Mbps.
Turn Any IDE or SATA Drive Into An External Drive
Simply connect one IDE/ATAPI or SATA-based mass storage device through a USB port to easily transfer files from a computer or laptop, backup files or store large file archives on an external hard drive. The USB 2.0 interface enables easy installation with its plug-and-play design. The adapter supports all existing IDE/ATAPI devices such as Iomega Zip, CD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD-ROM and IDE hard drives. This cable is compatible with current drive sizes on the market such as 1TB and 2TB SATA and 750GB IDE drives.
Recover Personal Files from IDE or SATA Drives
This adapter is suited to recover personal files from IDE and SATA drives from computers that have had motherboard failures. With an integrated USB transceiver you benefit both USB Suspend/Resume and remote wakeup features along with a 5 Volt (1 Ampere) power supply that supports both SATA power and standard 4-pin Molex (LP4) power connectors. Additionally, the on/off switch lets you shut off an attached drive without having to disconnect it when not in use.
In the Box
C2G 33" USB 2.0 to IDE / SATA Drive Adapter Cable
5" Serial ATA 7-pin M/M Cable
5V 1A/12V 1A Power Supply (supports both SATA Power and 4-Pin Molex Power)
Power Cable (for power supply)
Limited 1-Year Manufacturer Warranty
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1 x USB-A Male
1 x SATA 7-pin Female
1 x 40-pin IDC Female
1 x 44-pin IDC Female
33" / 83.8 cm
Data Transfer Rate
Up to 480Mbps
PC or Mac with available USB port
Microsoft Windows (98SE, 2000, ME, XP, Vista or Windows 7), Mac OS 8.6 or later version