NewerTech Universal Drive Adapter - connects any 2.5in, 3.5in or 5.25in drive via USB 3.0 interface. Adapter w/Power. Fast, Simple, Plug & Play. GREAT for transferring data, etc. 1 Year NewerTech Limited Warranty.
Digital audio and photo files are growing in use and size to where upgrading to a larger hard drive is becoming a regularly performed procedure. The NewerTech USB 3.0 Universal Drive Adapter makes it easy to transfer data between the old and new drives as well as give the old drive a second life as an external storage solution. It's a complete solution that allows any 2.5", 3.5", or 5.25" hard drive or optical drive with any standard IDE/ATA/ATAPI 40 pin or SATA interface to be connected via USB to any USB equipped computer for file transfer, backing-up and storing file archives, and accessing data on stored backup drives with Plug & Play ease.
- Transfer files!
- Easily access data from internal and external hard drives!
- Give a second life to switched-out hard drives!
- Instantly turn any ATA or SATA drive into a convenient external drive!
- USB 3.0 to IDE and SATA interfaces adapter: access your 2.5"/3.5"/5.25" drive as a removable storage on any computer
- Easily transfer files and access data from internal and external hard drives
- Give a second life to switched-out drives
- Convenient LED informs of an accurate device connection and disk activity
- Supports USB 3.0 & USB 2.0 & USB 1.1 standard
- Maximum transfer rates up to 5 Gbps (500MB/s)
- Supports hard drives up to 3.0TB
- Simple to install - Plug & Play
- 1 year warranty
- Drive Types Supported: 2.5", 3.5" or 5.25" hard drive, SSD, or optical drive with any standard IDE/ATA/ATAPI 40 pin or SATA interface
- PC Interface: USB3.0+DC
- Chipset: JMS551 and JMD330
- Compliance: ROHS CE
- Dimensions: 3.35in x 1.9in x .53in DxWxH (85mm x 49mm x 13.4mm)
- Weight: 1.4 oz (39.9g) with accessories 14.3 oz (405g)
- Power: Includes Heavy Duty, UL listed, 2.0 Amp auto-switching AC adapter & power cable for drive power.
MAC OS 8.6 to 9.2.2, 10.0.x or later and an available USB 3.0/2.0 port. Note: Some older operating systems will not support the speed improvements of USB 3.0, but will still work as a USB 2.0 device.