Internal SATA Serial HDD SSD Hard Drive Enclosure Tray Hot Swappable Holder For Sale

Internal SATA Serial HDD SSD Hard Drive Enclosure Tray Hot Swappable Holder


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Internal SATA Serial HDD SSD Hard Drive Enclosure Tray Hot Swappable Holder :
$15

Specifications:
Fits all 2.5" or 3.5" SATA hard disk.
Fits in one 51/4 drive bay.
2.5" or 3.5" SATA internal hot swap rack.
No inner tray required.
Easy to transmit and secure valuable data.
Supports hot swap.

Item Name: Internal HDD Enclosure
Material: Plastic + Stainless Steel

Support Capacity: 6TB
Transmission Interface: SATA
Transmission Speed: 6Gbps
Compatible System: for Windows 7/8/XP/Server 2008/Vista/200, for MAC OS
Features: Hot Swappable, Easy to Use, Internal
Size: 14.8cm x 11.2cm x 3.3cm/5.83" x 4.41" x 1.30" (Approx.)

Notes:
This enclosure only support SATA interface hard drive, other hard drive not support.
Due to the light and screen setting difference, the item's color may be slightly different from the pictures.
Please allow slight dimension difference due to different manual measurement.

Package Includes:
1 x Internal HDD Enclosure (Others Not Included)

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