httpsxvideos SABRENT USB 3.2 Type-C Tool-Free Enclosure for M.2 PCIe NVMe and SATA SSDs (EC-SNVE) 100% cotton
httpsxvideos SABRENT USB 3.2 Type-C Tool-Free Enclosure for M.2 PCIe NVMe and SATA SSDs (EC-SNVE) 100% cotton
httpsxvideos SABRENT USB 3.2 Type-C Tool-Free Enclosure for M.2 PCIe NVMe and SATA SSDs (EC-SNVE) 100% cotton
httpsxvideos SABRENT USB 3.2 Type-C Tool-Free Enclosure for M.2 PCIe NVMe and SATA SSDs (EC-SNVE) 100% cotton
httpsxvideos SABRENT USB 3.2 Type-C Tool-Free Enclosure for M.2 PCIe NVMe and SATA SSDs (EC-SNVE) 100% cotton
httpsxvideos SABRENT USB 3.2 Type-C Tool-Free Enclosure for M.2 PCIe NVMe and SATA SSDs (EC-SNVE) 100% cotton

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      I have 2 other well-known brands' versions of this type httpsxvideos of product httpsxvideos (USB adapter for M2 drives) and httpsxvideos in both cases I httpsxvideos hate using them as they make httpsxvideos changing the drive inside very difficult. httpsxvideos This model, httpsxvideos however, works brilliantly httpsxvideos and httpsxvideos easily IF httpsxvideos you do it right. I struggled, because I assumed it worked like the others did (the inner tray slides out of the sleeve) but it does NOT. httpsxvideos Instead, to open this the httpsxvideos top swings upward and the level of resistance httpsxvideos makes this feel httpsxvideos very high-quality.Another nice feature is httpsxvideos that most httpsxvideos M2 slots httpsxvideos use httpsxvideos a tiny httpsxvideos tiny little screw httpsxvideos to hold the end opposite of httpsxvideos the connector down. And even with the correct-sized magnetic screwdriver it can be tedious. 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Does not need httpsxvideos an httpsxvideos external httpsxvideos power supply. httpsxvideos Perfect for httpsxvideos tech nerds, 4K content designers, and httpsxvideos engineers. At up to 1000MB/s, Data copy and httpsxvideos transferring httpsxvideos will be done in in no time.Over httpsxvideos the years I've had httpsxvideos a love hate relationship with Sabrent products. Some are great and httpsxvideos some just httpsxvideos aren't. httpsxvideos This httpsxvideos is one of the ones that is.It is easy to open and httpsxvideos close.Secure httpsxvideos enough for using httpsxvideos as storage (I wouldn't httpsxvideos as it can be popped open if the button httpsxvideos is hit).Cable httpsxvideos works correctly with the proper httpsxvideos speeds.Doesn't have a problem getting overly hot httpsxvideos and I haven't had httpsxvideos a problem with the drives getting overly hot httpsxvideos either.The real negative to this unit is that I've httpsxvideos seen many people say it doesn't fit the "full size" (2280) drives. This is not accurate and means they don't know how to httpsxvideos properly insert the drives. httpsxvideos At a ~45 httpsxvideos angle httpsxvideos press the drive in until most httpsxvideos of the pins are no longer showing (2/3 or 3/4) httpsxvideos then push the drive down flat. I've used this with many drives httpsxvideos and httpsxvideos often they httpsxvideos do httpsxvideos not slide httpsxvideos in easily and require more pressing force than httpsxvideos would be httpsxvideos considered necessary on httpsxvideos a normal motherboard install.My negative on this unit is httpsxvideos the plastic tab that is designed for the "full size" httpsxvideos drives. I httpsxvideos took it out and httpsxvideos just use the rubber tab that is httpsxvideos used for smaller httpsxvideos sized (2242/2260) httpsxvideos drives, it can be pushed down into the httpsxvideos hole and held back while the drive is pushed down flat. I've never had a problem doing this.Most products have clearly recognized brand httpsxvideos names, making the buying decisions a bit easier between httpsxvideos the usually more expensive brands and the cheaper no-names. The buyers httpsxvideos best httpsxvideos advice is usually you get what you pay for. Although httpsxvideos not a httpsxvideos household httpsxvideos name, Sabrent is httpsxvideos generally regarded as on of the httpsxvideos most trusted httpsxvideos brands of this kind of httpsxvideos SSD httpsxvideos enclosure. So httpsxvideos when I needed one this week, but only for one httpsxvideos task to clone my computers internal httpsxvideos drive, httpsxvideos I looked for this brand expecting to httpsxvideos pay a premium price. httpsxvideos I httpsxvideos was pleasantly httpsxvideos surprised to find httpsxvideos this httpsxvideos model down httpsxvideos in the same price range as some httpsxvideos of the httpsxvideos ones with httpsxvideos the really low ratings. What was I giving up httpsxvideos over httpsxvideos the Sabrent I bought httpsxvideos last year for sixty bucksWHATS httpsxvideos THE CATCHIf you put them side by side httpsxvideos the difference is night and day. httpsxvideos The premium httpsxvideos model is much heavier, made of almost httpsxvideos 100% httpsxvideos aircraft grade aluminum httpsxvideos while httpsxvideos this model is httpsxvideos part aluminum and part PVC plastic. httpsxvideos But I also put this side by side httpsxvideos with a really httpsxvideos bad one that I didnt httpsxvideos even want to touch again, mainly because httpsxvideos it was literally httpsxvideos too hot httpsxvideos to hold - imagine what httpsxvideos it was doing to the expensive SSD inside. By comparison this one is much cooler, httpsxvideos okay not as cool as httpsxvideos the httpsxvideos one that cost three times httpsxvideos as much but at least httpsxvideos its not going to set off any smoke alarms. Lets httpsxvideos face it, the two httpsxvideos really httpsxvideos important things are how httpsxvideos cool httpsxvideos it keeps the drive httpsxvideos that httpsxvideos it encloses and how fast the electronics inside httpsxvideos let it httpsxvideos communicate with your computer. httpsxvideos A side benefit is being reasonably priced and httpsxvideos it doesnt hurt that it looks good.TOOL FREEif youre going to put your SSD in an enclosure and never touch it again httpsxvideos you httpsxvideos can ignore this httpsxvideos section. httpsxvideos But httpsxvideos if you have any intent of swapping the chip out httpsxvideos a couple of times or more tool free httpsxvideos can be a big issue. Why arent httpsxvideos they all that way Theres actually httpsxvideos a good httpsxvideos reason, if httpsxvideos this enclosure is intended to httpsxvideos safeguard your httpsxvideos data drive httpsxvideos through travel, httpsxvideos exposure httpsxvideos to the elements, httpsxvideos prying hands, etc. httpsxvideos having one httpsxvideos that seals httpsxvideos solidly shut is a good thing. This httpsxvideos one is a prime example of httpsxvideos superb design and simplicity. httpsxvideos I only had to httpsxvideos push one button httpsxvideos to pop it open, slide the SSD httpsxvideos into place httpsxvideos and swivel a little plastic locking httpsxvideos mechanism, no screws are needed. Then httpsxvideos snap the lid shut and its httpsxvideos ready to go.THE MISSING PIECEI have read the one star reviews httpsxvideos that wont accept this product because it doesnt include the tiny httpsxvideos set-screw. Im not sure how to even react to that. Know httpsxvideos this - its not needed, there is no place to use it. If httpsxvideos you are using one of the shorter variants of SSD there is httpsxvideos a small plastic plug httpsxvideos to hold httpsxvideos it in place, otherwise httpsxvideos thats what the full contact cover is designed to httpsxvideos do.YES OR httpsxvideos NOData protection httpsxvideos is no httpsxvideos trivial matter. Thats not to say that this enclosure will protect the data on the drive it httpsxvideos houses httpsxvideos but it does httpsxvideos play httpsxvideos a httpsxvideos part in the equation. This one works as it should and I couldnt even httpsxvideos imagine trying to save httpsxvideos a couple httpsxvideos of bucks httpsxvideos to go with a no-name one httpsxvideos like I did last httpsxvideos time and nearly fried my httpsxvideos drive. This is httpsxvideos a winner.COMPATIBILITY: M.2 form httpsxvideos factor httpsxvideos compatible with httpsxvideos both SATA and NVME in sizes: 2242/2260/2280.Thunderbolt 3 compatibleDESIGN: httpsxvideos Ultra-slim httpsxvideos Aluminum case with httpsxvideos ABS frame. Sleek, Durable, and Convenient. httpsxvideos Portable httpsxvideos yet durable, ideal for traveling.SPEED: USB httpsxvideos 3.2 supports data transmission speeds of up httpsxvideos to 10Gbps for steady and efficient httpsxvideos data transfer. httpsxvideos Backward compatible with USB httpsxvideos 3.1 and USB 3.0 at respective speed limits.


      SABRENT USB 3.2 Type-C Tool-Free Enclosure for M.2 PCIe NVMe and SATA SSDs (EC-SNVE)CONVENIENCE: httpsxvideos 100% httpsxvideos Tool-Free, quickly install and remove SSDs httpsxvideos without any tools.DESIGN: Ultra-slim httpsxvideos Aluminum case httpsxvideos with ABS frame. Sleek, Durable, and Convenient. Portable yet httpsxvideos durable, ideal for traveling.COMPATIBILITY: M.2 form factor compatible with both SATA and NVME in sizes: 2242/2260/2280.Thunderbolt httpsxvideos 3 httpsxvideos compatibleSPEED: httpsxvideos USB 3.2 httpsxvideos supports data transmission speeds httpsxvideos of up to 10Gbps for steady and efficient data httpsxvideos transfer. Backward compatible with USB 3.1 and USB 3.0 httpsxvideos at respective speed limits.PLUG & PLAY: httpsxvideos No additional drivers httpsxvideos required. Bus httpsxvideos powered. Does httpsxvideos not need an external power supply. Perfect for tech nerds, 4K content designers, and engineers. httpsxvideos At up httpsxvideos to 1000MB/s, Data copy and httpsxvideos transferring httpsxvideos will be done in httpsxvideos in no httpsxvideos time.



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Buyer's experience:


      1: Most products have clearly recognized brand names, making the buying decisions a bit easier between the usually more expensive brands and the cheaper no-names. The buyers best advice is usually you get what you pay for. Although not a household name, Sabrent is generally regarded as on of the most trusted brands of this kind of SSD enclosure. So when I needed one this week, but only for one task to clone my computers internal drive, I looked for this brand expecting to pay a premium price. I was pleasantly surprised to find this model down in the same price range as some of the ones with the really low ratings. What was I giving up over the Sabrent I bought last year for sixty bucksWHATS THE CATCHIf you put them side by side the difference is night and day. The premium model is much heavier, made of almost 100% aircraft grade aluminum while this model is part aluminum and part PVC plastic. But I also put this side by side with a really bad one that I didnt even want to touch again, mainly because it was literally too hot to hold - imagine what it was doing to the expensive SSD inside. By comparison this one is much cooler, okay not as cool as the one that cost three times as much but at least its not going to set off any smoke alarms. Lets face it, the two really important things are how cool it keeps the drive that it encloses and how fast the electronics inside let it communicate with your computer. A side benefit is being reasonably priced and it doesnt hurt that it looks good.TOOL FREEif youre going to put your SSD in an enclosure and never touch it again you can ignore this section. But if you have any intent of swapping the chip out a couple of times or more tool free can be a big issue. Why arent they all that way Theres actually a good reason, if this enclosure is intended to safeguard your data drive through travel, exposure to the elements, prying hands, etc. having one that seals solidly shut is a good thing. This one is a prime example of superb design and simplicity. I only had to push one button to pop it open, slide the SSD into place and swivel a little plastic locking mechanism, no screws are needed. Then snap the lid shut and its ready to go.THE MISSING PIECEI have read the one star reviews that wont accept this product because it doesnt include the tiny set-screw. Im not sure how to even react to that. Know this - its not needed, there is no place to use it. If you are using one of the shorter variants of SSD there is a small plastic plug to hold it in place, otherwise thats what the full contact cover is designed to do.YES OR NOData protection is no trivial matter. Thats not to say that this enclosure will protect the data on the drive it houses but it does play a part in the equation. This one works as it should and I couldnt even imagine trying to save a couple of bucks to go with a no-name one like I did last time and nearly fried my drive. This is a winner.


      2: I have 2 other well-known brands' versions of this type of product (USB adapter for M2 drives) and in both cases I hate using them as they make changing the drive inside very difficult. This model, however, works brilliantly and easily IF you do it right. I struggled, because I assumed it worked like the others did (the inner tray slides out of the sleeve) but it does NOT. Instead, to open this the top swings upward and the level of resistance makes this feel very high-quality.Another nice feature is that most M2 slots use a tiny tiny little screw to hold the end opposite of the connector down. And even with the correct-sized magnetic screwdriver it can be tedious. This model, on the other hand, uses a little plastic 'finger' that swings one way to hold it down and another way to release it. No screw to lose, and takes less than a second to move that arm.Note that this is for USB-C ports on the computer but is NOT a Thunderbolt device. It doesn't claim to be but I wanted to point that out. Also, while the box says it will handle both NVMe and SATA sticks, and I have no reason not to believe Sabrent, I have only tried the NVMe as I don't have an M2 SATA stick handy.


      3: Over the years I've had a love hate relationship with Sabrent products. Some are great and some just aren't. This is one of the ones that is.It is easy to open and close.Secure enough for using as storage (I wouldn't as it can be popped open if the button is hit).Cable works correctly with the proper speeds.Doesn't have a problem getting overly hot and I haven't had a problem with the drives getting overly hot either.The real negative to this unit is that I've seen many people say it doesn't fit the "full size" (2280) drives. This is not accurate and means they don't know how to properly insert the drives. At a ~45 angle press the drive in until most of the pins are no longer showing (2/3 or 3/4) then push the drive down flat. I've used this with many drives and often they do not slide in easily and require more pressing force than would be considered necessary on a normal motherboard install.My negative on this unit is the plastic tab that is designed for the "full size" drives. I took it out and just use the rubber tab that is used for smaller sized (2242/2260) drives, it can be pushed down into the hole and held back while the drive is pushed down flat. I've never had a problem doing this.



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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00