|Item model number||ZTC-EN004-BK|
|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 4.1 x 1 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||6 x 4.1 x 1 inches|
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ZTC Thunder Enclosure NGFF M.2 SSD to USB 3.0 Adapter. Support UASP SuperSpeed 6Gb/s 520MB/s Black Model ZTC-EN004-BK
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- Read speed up to 520MB/sec (CrystalMarkDisk)
- Supports SATA B keyed, B+M keyed M.2 NGFF SSDs. However, it does Not Support M keyed nor PCIe devices. Please Check your M.2 SSD type first for compatibility.
- Support High Speed SATA III 6Gbps interface.
- Works with Windows and Mac no driver required.
- Slim and unique aluminum case, keep low temperature during use. Indicator light to let you know when the drive is in use.
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ZTC Thunder Enclosure enables you to connect a M.2 NGFF SSD directly into a USB port. It is a great tool to clone your old SSD to a new one. You can use it just to transfer files between a host with a USB port and the NGFF M.2 SSD drive. You can also use this adapter to convert your old NGFF M.2 SSD into an external storage device. This is considered one of the fastest transfer enclosures in the market for NGFF M.2 SSD drives. Works with Windows and MAC. Fast access time and completely shock resistant. ZTC Thunder Enclosure is the latest in the Enclosures line-up from ZTC. Known for exceptional performance and quality, the ZTC range of products is designed with performance computing in mind. Each ZTC product is quality tested before leaving the factory to ensure complete customer satisfaction, and these products are designed to offer great value for money without sacrificing on quality. Specifications and features: - Read speed up to 520MB/sec (CrystalMarkDisk) - Support all 5 M.2 NGFF sizes 22x30, 22x42, 22x60, 22x80 and 22x110 type - Support High Speed SATA III 6Gbps interface. - Works with Windows and Mac nor driver required - Slim and unique aluminum case, keep low temperature during use - Indicator light to let you know when the drive is in use Package includes: • 1 x ZTC Thunder Enclosure + 1 Screw driver + USB 3.0 Cable ***Important*** This enclosure supports SATA B keyed, B+M keyed M.2 NGFF SSDs. However, it does Not Support M keyed nor PCIe M.2 NGFF Type devices. Please Check your M.2 SSD type first for compatibility.
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That's my story, good day.
tl;dr This device supports B keyed, B+M keyed, but NOT M keyed devices
Edit: I see that sometime after my review and the questions above were asked that they updated the product description to include this information. Good on them for following up!
As far looks go I have no complaints. I actually really like the design of the enclosure. The entire case, with the exception of the ends, is black brushed aluminum and it looks great. It is very light, and fits in my pocket easier. The entire case is no thicker or longer than the average smart phone so it shouldn't be an issue to carry around in your pocket or bag. So far I don't have any issues with the drive. If I encounter any problems I will be sure to update my review.
1) It does exactly what I expected. I installed the Samsung PM851 M.2 drive that I pulled out of my 2015 Dell XPS 13, connected it to the Dell's USB 3.0 port, and was able to use it as an external drive without issue.
2) I formatted the partitions, and did some test file copies. With large numbers of smaller files, it's quite slow: 397 KB/s. That's brutal. Thankfully, with larger files (100+ MB video files and the like), it's quite fast, bouncing around at over 200 MB/s (I saw it hit 237 MB/s at peak). On a mixed batch of files, you'll likely see speeds in the 150 MB/s range. I'm not sure what kind of M.2 drive they used to get the 500+ MB/s read and 300+ MB/s write speeds shown on the product page.
2) It was easy to open up and install the M.2 drive into. Immediate recognition of the drive with Windows 10.
3) I copied 51,303 files over to it (144 GB of data) and there were no errors or glitches.
A few negatives:
1) During large copy jobs, it gets so hot you almost can't hold it. I worry a little about longevity of my M.2 drive in there. The metal case is a giant heat sink, so that helps.
2) I'd have preferred an "in use" indicator less ostentatious than a blinking ZTC logo, but thankfully they placed it on the bottom so you if placed on a flat surface you only see a slight blinking. A simple blue LED near the cable port would work just as well.
3) The cable is quite short - maybe six inches? I use my laptop up on a stand, so the cable isn't long enough and the drive rest with one end hanging in the air. For most people this cable length will work though.
All in all, it's what I wanted and it sells for a fair price. A good purchase.
When I first connecting the ZTC enclosure to the computer with the Transcend SSD installed, the enclosure was automatically detected but the SSD did not automatically show up in File Explorer. This was not a problem for me, however, as the enclosure SSD was still automatically recognized by Samsung Recovery software (which shipped with my computer) that I used to clone the drive. I believe you can get the enclosure's SSD to appear in File Explorer as well by manually assigning a drive letter to it, but I have not done this myself.
Samsung's pre-installed Recovery software makes cloning a breeze -- just choose "Copy Drive" option and you're all set. I also verified that the factory image transfers correctly to the new drive (i.e. pressing F4 at reboot still works with my new SSD to restore a factory image).