USB 2.0 to Combo IDE+SATA Hard Drive Adapter

USB 2.0 to Combo IDE+SATA Hard Drive Adapter

4 (9 product reviews)Added 4 years ago
US$ 16.48 Free worldwide shipping!
DealExtreme
- Connects IDE and SATA devices to USB 2.0 ports - 100~240V AC adapter included - Supports: Windows 98, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista (32-bit), Mac OS 9.2 and above, Linux Kernal 2.4 and above Dimensions: 2.44 in x 1.42 in x 0.55 in Weight: 12.45 oz

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Jun 2011by gimix
Works perfectly. Very useful to recover data from harddisks from old computers and for forensics jobs. The case and power source look good quality, and I have been using it for some time now and I see no problems. It comes with adapters it...translate
Sep 2010by Fraggle
Goog, but not GREAT. Great tool to have if you want to get DATA from a dead/damaged laptop. Just remove the hard drive, plug it in to this and it should come up on your PC/Laptop as a new device/drive. Not great build, cables everywhere make a...translate
Aug 2009by alfem
Small but powerful. It's small enought to carry it on your laptop bag and you can use it with both old IDE and new SATA disks (USB 2.0 interface is quite fast). It's a really useful tool for test hard disks from friends & familiy or for a...translate
Jul 2009by Norris1
Amazing unit. -Works wonderfully with any machine that I have tested with it. This has saved me and my family thousands of dollars with reading hard drives that are not recognized by machine. Companies charge $1000 to retrieve data from...translate
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