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ICY DOCK 2.5 Inch SATA SSD to HDD Enclosure

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Overview

  • Converts your 2.5" SATA I/II/III HDD or SSD to a 3.5" SATA hard drive, for 3.5" SATA drive bay usage.
  • Screw-less and Tool-less.
  • Simple and Lightweight design

Product overview

• Converts your 2.5" SATA I/II/III HDD or SSD to a 3.5" SATA hard drive, for 3.5" SATA drive bay usage.
• Screw-less and Tool-less.
• Simple and Lightweight design
• Added Airflow Vents.
• Compatible with most 3.5" HDD enclosures.
• Compatible with Mac Pro.
• Viewing Window over SATA Connection.
• Perfect for Power Users, Gamers, and Average Users.

Introducing the ICY DOCK MB882SP-1S-2B: another milestone in our 2.5" SSD product line. Through manufacturing efficiency, we have managed to redesign the original MB882SP-1S-1B without any sacrifice to our standard of high quality products. The new version is lighter weight for simplicity and cost efficiency. It is very convenient for gamers and power users who expect SSD speed on their home/ office computers. Some other new elements to the converter are viewing slots placed over the SATA connection, allowing the user to verify their HDD or SSD has made a secure connection. This also functions as an extra set of airflow vents for extra cooling with your SSD or HDD. Overall, a lightweight and simplistic design that is perfect for power users, gamers, and average computer users for use in their desktops, media centres, and home servers.

Would I be able to use this in a 21.5" iMac to upgrade the hard drive to SSD?

Asked by: Bazeboiee
You would need to check with Apple directly.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2017-04-21
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