- Brand Name: SANOXY
- Model Number: SANOXY_SATA-USB-ADP
SANOXY 2.5 inch SATA Hard Drive to USB 2.0 Adapter Cable
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- SATA to USB 2.0 cable
- No Extra DC Power Needed, Supports any Hot Swappable 2.5 inch Hard Disk and SSD
- Easy Install for any 2.5 inch Hard Disk and SSD(SOLID STATE DISK)
- Get USB 2.0 high speed Transfer Rate and 5 Volt Power from the USB Host Connector
- Smallest Design for Easy Carry and Space Saving
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* Very easy to use.
* Does exactly what it is described to do; connect 2.5" laptop SATA HDD's to a USB port.
* Inexpensive without being cheap.
* The rubber sleeve for your old HDD is really only good for protecting your disk while you transfer data off it. You will not want to use this product as a solution for using your old HDD as an external drive for much longer than needed to copy/clone/rsync your data off it.
* This is the WRONG product if you need to connect a 3.5" HDD via a SATA to USB adapter.
* You need to connect both USB ports on the adapter. One is for data and the other is for the extra power some HDDs need to spin up.
Unfortunately, though that other case and cable work well, its electronics do not report the full device information to the operating system via the USB port. Thus I was unable to use the Acronis transfer software bundled with the new SSD drive, which software is designed to exit out if it doesn't sense an Intel-brand SSD. With the Intel SSD in the external case, the OS couldn't recognize the drive as an Intel drive and the software exited out. (I mucked about with Clonezilla in an attempt to clone the drive by other means, but without success.)
I then purchased this case and cable in the hopes it would work for the transfer, and it did, very well. Pros and cons of the model follow.
+ Circuitry in the cable reports full device ID and other hardware info to the operating system.
+ Works at USB 2.0 speeds.
+ Cute, tiny red and blue LED lights indicate when the drive is in use.
+ Silicone half-case is nicely designed, even including small detents at the four corners to allow stacking. The open sides should allow air to passively cool an enclosed drive well enough, if air passage is not otherwise blocked.Read more ›
Also one of my harddrives was bad so as soon as I connect the hard-drive to this cable the lights on the cable go off. Since there is no instructions that come with this adapter I thought I should share this bit of information.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Inexpensive and easy to do. I was able to download information from a laptop that had died to my computer with ease.Published 3 months ago by Ethom
Used it to clone old laptop hard drive before it crapped out.Published 5 months ago by Snickerdoodle
Great Product! Came fairly quick and did what I needed it to do!!Published 7 months ago by Melanie Nutile
A must have to access Toshiba laptop drives when the laptop goes kaput.Published 9 months ago by Troy B Wallace