M.2 NGFF SSD to USB 3.1 Type-C HDD Case Mobile Hard Disk Enclosure With Cable For Sale



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M.2 NGFF SSD to USB 3.1 Type-C HDD Case Mobile Hard Disk Enclosure With Cable:
$15.4

USB 3.1 to M.2 NGFF SSD Hard Disk Box Adapter Card HDD Enclosure Case with Type-C Cable for 2230/2242/2260/2280 m2 SATA SSD Case About Description: Please note: SSD is not included. Features: 1. M.2 NGFF to USB3.1 Hard Disk Enclosure Case M2 SSD Type-C Hard Disk Box. 2. Compliant with SATA 3.0 specification and compliant with USB3.0 specification. 3. Connects NGFF B Key SSD safely to computer via USB port. 4. Supports 22* 30mm.22 *42MM, 22*60MM, 22*80MM NGFF solid state hard disk ( hard disk not included). 5. Supports SATA-based NGFF SSD. 6. Supports B Key NGFF SSD. 7. Supports data transfer up to 6.0Gb/s. 8. Supports boot function. 9. Supports plug & play and hot-swapping. 10. Easy to use, no driver needed. Specifications: Color: black/silver Materials: Aluminum alloy Transfer rate: 6Gb/S Transmission interface: USB3.1 Type-C Compatible with operating system: Windows OS 8.6 or the latest version The size: approx 100*31*9mm (Approx.) Note:This Case can not support PCIE NVMe SSD, please check before you order. ONLY include hard disk box, SSD hard disk is NOT included. Please allow 1-3cm differs due to manual measurement. Due to the different display and different light, the picture may not show the actual color of the item. Thanks for your understanding You'll receive: 1 x M2 SSD Case 1 x Data Cable 1 x Screwdriver Please check pictures for more details.


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