|Item Model Number||USB-DS12|
|Product Dimensions||7.9 x 6 x 1.5 cm; 85.05 Grams|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||7.9 x 6 x 1.5 centimetres|
|Flash Memory Size||10 TB|
|Item Weight||84.9 g|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||20 April 2018|
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Sabrent USB 3.0 to SSD/SATA/IDE 2.5/3.5/5.25-INCH Hard Drive Converter with UL Power Supply & LED Activity Lights [10TB Support] (USB-DS12)
- Use your 2.5\/ 3.5\IDE hard drive or SATA hard disk as an additional external hard drive
- Connect your SATA / IDE device to your computer through a USB port
- Super-Speed USB 3.0 interface
- Compatible Windows PC or Mac with Available USB 3.0 /2.0/1.1 Port
- Plug and Play without Rebooting
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The USB 3.0 to SATA/IDE Hard Drive adapter enables you to transfer files up to 5 Gbps! Connect any 2.5" and 3.5" SATA/IDE hard drives and 5.25" SATA/IDE CD/DVD-RW drives. Power switch to easily connect and disconnect your hard drive.This Adapter is a perfect solution for data transfers or data backup! Material Plastic
• Supports 2.5" and 3.5" SATA/IDE hard drives
• Supports 5.25" SATA/IDE CD/DVD-RW drives
• Super-Speed USB 3.0 interface
• Plug & Play, Hot-Swappable
• LED indicator light
• Mac OS
• USB 3.0 to SATA/IDE adapter
• Power Adapter
• Power Cord
• User Manual
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I have successfully accessed and transferred some of the most invaluable data from an antiquated 3.5" HDD that had been sitting in a dead PC base unit since 2006! - the machine had no sides on it and the dust and debris must have killed the motherboard so I was unable to fire up the PC in the usual way.
Enter this piece of kit and BINGO! Plug and play at its finest - all the data I needed to access is now sitting on a laptop and being enjoyed. Happy days!
I also have many other PC and laptop drives which I will now be able to accesses (providing they fire up and are themselves still working), so this converter is worth it's weight in gold for sure.
It came safely and adequately packaged with a little booklet of instructions, which was very helpful. Hardware seems well made and sturdy with no loose bits or spurs, and the 3-in-1 adapter options are just great.
I am ecstatic about this converter and would definitely recommend it.
There is very little information (within the product details or other user reviews), about using the device for this particular application, but in my experience this works vey well!
Connections are a doddle and I found that you just needed to make sure that the drive was powered up before connecting the USB to the Macbook, for to be recognised and mounted correctly.
Overall, a good low cost option and highly recommended if your purpose is to achieve the same as the above.
Who's going to pay to repair the USB ports on my laptop? Has this thing also destroyed the HDD it was connected to? If the answers aren't "me" and "yes" then I'll update this review.
The adaptor was then connected to a MacBook Air. The result was good with the drives connecting much faster than with the PC. All files could be read and transferred. The fact that these drives had Windows XP loaded on them may explain why the PC had a certainly initial sluggishness in reading the files. The adapter was also used on a Windows XP PC to transfer data from an PATA HDD. The MacBook Air was used with the adapter to transfer files from both SATA and PATA HDDs to iCloud and OneDrive.
I have not used the adapter on either 2.5" drives or SSD drives, although I do not foresee an issue.
A little care is necessary when connecting to drives. When inserting the PATA connector it is possible to mismatch the pins horizontally by one pitch. It is best to visually check the alignment of the pins before pushing the connector into the drive. I had no issues with the power supply or the connectors. The price is a little high for the adapter's build standard, but it meets my needs as a hobbyist and with a little care, will give long service.
Supplied complete with the power lead and connecting cables (including power cable for the IDE drive), I simply connected everything up to a Windows laptop USB port and voila, access to the hard drives from File Explorer.
The instructions give useful information about how to sequence cable connection and power up. They also explain how to 'mount' a drive from Device Manager, which I had to do for one drive which had been PDWiped.
All in all a brilliant product and good value. Good job Sabrent!