Syba SY-ADA40091 Dual M.2 SSD to SATA III RAID 2.5" Enclosure (Syba) For Sale

Syba SY-ADA40091 Dual M.2 SSD to SATA III RAID 2.5


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Syba SY-ADA40091 Dual M.2 SSD to SATA III RAID 2.5" Enclosure (Syba):
$77

Product Features

  • Supports a SATA host and two M.2 NGFF SSD devices
  • Built in ASM1092R high performance Processor
  • Standard 2.5" SATA storage Device form Factor (100mm x 70mm x 9.2mm)
  • RAID 0/1/JBOD mode switch by hardware Strapping or GUI controller
  • Can be a Primary bootable Device containing OS--However, Might require Re-Installation of OS

Description

Syba SY-ADA40091 dual M.2 SSD to SATA III RAID 2.5" enclosure utilizes your M.2 SSD to upgrade your system for faster performance and reliability. This enclosure will allow you to connect two of your M.2 SSD to a SATA III interface to create your own standard 2.5" SSD in RAID. Use the RAID functionality to increase performance and redundancy. Create a new boot drive for your laptop or add in speed for your computer tower.


SKU:EDIB00T0Z3MZ6

Specification

Model:'SY-ADA40091

Item Weight:0.25 pounds

Size:'M.2 B-Key

Item Dimensions:1.2x3.6x4.48 inches

UPC:810154013401


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