Sabrent mSATA to 2.5" SATA III Adapter

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Sabrent mSATA to 2.5" SATA III Adapter
Key Features
  • Use mSATA SSDs in 2.5" SATA Drive Bays
  • Supports 25mm & 50mm mSATA Drives
  • Supports Pass-Through for External Use
  • Aluminum Enclosure Provides Protection
The mSATA to 2.5" SATA III Adapter from Sabrent allows mSATA SSDs to be used in 2.5" SATA drive bays. The adapter fits one 25mm or 50mm mSATA SSD and connects to your host system using its SATA III 6 Gb/s interface. A pass-through design also allows this adapter to be used externally, via a separately sold USB to SATA cable. Built using aluminum, this adapter helps protect against drops, shock, and dust. To help get you up and running and make installation into a 2.5" drive bay more user-friendly, screws are included.
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Sabrent EC-MSSA Overview

The mSATA to 2.5" SATA III Adapter from Sabrent allows mSATA SSDs to be used in 2.5" SATA drive bays. The adapter fits one 25mm or 50mm mSATA SSD and connects to your host system using its SATA III 6 Gb/s interface. A pass-through design also allows this adapter to be used externally, via a separately sold USB to SATA cable. Built using aluminum, this adapter helps protect against drops, shock, and dust. To help get you up and running and make installation into a 2.5" drive bay more user-friendly, screws are included.

General Features

Converts most mSATA SSDs into a 2.5" SATA drive with no drivers needed
Supports 25mm or 50mm mSATA drives
Added protection for your SSD with the enclosed aluminum housing, which helps protect against drops, shock, and dust
Its pass-through design allows for the mSATA drive to operate with fast transfer speeds
UPC: 819921013422

Sabrent EC-MSSA Specs

Drive Size1 x mSATA
System Bay Size1 x 2.5"
InterfaceSATA 3 (6 Gb/s)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.6 x 4.6 x 0.4"
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