• StarTech.com 2.5" to 3.5" SATA HDD/SSD Adapter Enclosure - External Hard Drive Converter with HDD/SSD Height up to 12.5mm (25SAT35HDD), Gray
  • StarTech.com 2.5" to 3.5" SATA HDD/SSD Adapter Enclosure - External Hard Drive Converter with HDD/SSD Height up to 12.5mm (25SAT35HDD), Gray
  • StarTech.com 2.5" to 3.5" SATA HDD/SSD Adapter Enclosure - External Hard Drive Converter with HDD/SSD Height up to 12.5mm (25SAT35HDD), Gray
  • StarTech.com 2.5" to 3.5" SATA HDD/SSD Adapter Enclosure - External Hard Drive Converter with HDD/SSD Height up to 12.5mm (25SAT35HDD), Gray
  • StarTech.com 2.5" to 3.5" SATA HDD/SSD Adapter Enclosure - External Hard Drive Converter with HDD/SSD Height up to 12.5mm (25SAT35HDD), Gray
  • StarTech.com 2.5" to 3.5" SATA HDD/SSD Adapter Enclosure - External Hard Drive Converter with HDD/SSD Height up to 12.5mm (25SAT35HDD), Gray
StarTech.com 2.5" to 3.5" SATA HDD/SSD Adapter Enclosure - External Hard Drive Converter with HDD/SSD Height up to 12.5mm (25SAT35HDD), Gray
StarTech.com 2.5" to 3.5" SATA HDD/SSD Adapter Enclosure - External Hard Drive Converter with HDD/SSD Height up to 12.5mm (25SAT35HDD), Gray
StarTech.com 2.5" to 3.5" SATA HDD/SSD Adapter Enclosure - External Hard Drive Converter with HDD/SSD Height up to 12.5mm (25SAT35HDD), Gray
StarTech.com 2.5" to 3.5" SATA HDD/SSD Adapter Enclosure - External Hard Drive Converter with HDD/SSD Height up to 12.5mm (25SAT35HDD), Gray
StarTech.com 2.5" to 3.5" SATA HDD/SSD Adapter Enclosure - External Hard Drive Converter with HDD/SSD Height up to 12.5mm (25SAT35HDD), Gray
StarTech.com 2.5" to 3.5" SATA HDD/SSD Adapter Enclosure - External Hard Drive Converter with HDD/SSD Height up to 12.5mm (25SAT35HDD), Gray

StarTech.com 2.5" to 3.5" SATA HDD/SSD Adapter Enclosure - External Hard Drive Converter with HDD/SSD Height up to 12.5mm (25SAT35HDD), Gray

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  • 2.5? to 3.5? ENCLOSURE: The 2.5" to 3.5" hard drive adapter enclosure turns a 2.5" SATA hard drive (HDD) or solid-state drive (SSD) into a 3.5" drive.
  • VERSATILE FUNCTIONALITY: The 2.5" to 2.5" SATA adapter enclosure lets you substitute a 3.5" hard drive for a 2.5" SSD/HDD in any application that would typically require a 3.5" drive.
  • SIMPLE DESIGN: The external hard drive converter enclosure has the same dimensions as a standard 3.5" hard drive, including mounting points, and SATA connector locations.
  • MAXIMUM COMPATIBILITY: With support for high-capacity SATA I/II/III drives this 2.5" to 3.5" hard drive adapter enclosure ensures compatibility with virtually any 2.5" SATA HDD or SSD.
  • THE STARTECH.COM ADVANTAGE: StarTech.com offers a 2-year warranty & free lifetime technical support on this hard drive adapter and has been the choice of IT professionals for over 30 years
  • Seamless 2.5" SSD/HDD integration with standard 3.5" hard drive dimensions
  • Maximum drive compatibility with support for SSDs/HDDs up to 12.5mm in height
  • Improve the performance speed of any 3.5" hard drive application by adapting a 2.5in solid state drive
  • Supports 2.5" SSD/HDD up to 12.5mm in height
  • Standard 3.5" HDD mounting points
  • Support for SATA revision I/II/III (1.5/3.0/6.0 Gbps)
  • Tool-less installation

Customer Reviews

Great for Single Bay SATA Trayless Hot Swap Rack.Used this adapter to convert my SSD to a 3.5 inch hard drive for use in a Single Bay SATA Trayless Hot Swap Rack. I purchased this adapter months ago (01/14) and haven't had any issues with the adapter. I run multiple operating systems over several drives and this adapter has been inserted and reinserted several hundred times over the past year. It contains my primary hard drive. I trust this adapter and would, without hesitation, purchase again.5Nice!Its very lightweight and a very clever design; hats off to StarTech. I put 2x7mm 2TB Seagate HDDs in it in RAID 1 mode and its been great so far. As far as I can tell there is no way to poll the device as to RAID status over SATA, but there are lights to indicate problems on the chassis itself.I hope to place this inside my Mantiz-Venus eGPU chassis; we'll see if it fits where the 2.5" drive bracket is meant to be, If I can't fit it in the Mantiz Venus it will go in a USB 3 chassis I have not or possibly a Thunderbot 3 chassis later.5Did not work for me, cant see both drives waste of money.Could not get mine to work, it only see's one drive no matter what I do. Either it is defective or just does not do what it says. Documentation is very poor in my opinion. It should be simple and easy to figure out with little documentation but when it does not work and the 1 page that comes with it and the manf. website has no more info. Then you pretty much have another item to toss in the junk PC parts box you lost money on.3Works excellent!I updated my Windows 7 and needed a new a Hard Drive Adapter. This helped the procedure and my computer is really working great!5Works quite well!I needed a way to get my Plextor M5M PX-256M5M 256GB Mini-SATA (mSATA) MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) into my ASUS N56JN-MH71 laptop. Hence, I found this special case. The mSATA SSD card fit snugly into the case's board slot and was secured with the provided screws. After replacing the case cover, it fitted nicely into the laptop's drive brace and SATA slot.Along with another 3rd party HDD caddy, I replaced the optical drive and moved the laptop's original 1 TB HDD into its place. I applied some Macrium Reflect magic (in which there's several steps involved) and I was finally able to fulfill my two-drive setup: The 256 GB SSD as the primary drive and the 1 TB HDD as my secondary drive.In my dual-boot setup of Windows 8.1 Pro and Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet:Windows 8.1: From power-on to desktop is about 12-15 seconds.Ubuntu: From power-on to desktop is about 12-13 seconds.NOTE: The above time includes quickly selecting a GRUB entry and typing in my password at their login screens.5didn't work and fried my ssd'sThere are 4 modes (NoR, RAID1, RAID0, JBOD), didn't work in any of them. The actual modes differ from the manual, with NoR (actual) instead of BIG (documented). I suppose NoR/BIG is what is normally called SPAN.Regardless of mode, and even regardless if there are any disks installed (tried single and both slots), when using an OWC USB3 "drive dock", Mac OS Mojave only reports a single entry called "Dual Drive Dock 1 Media", capacity 104.9Mb (EVEN with no drives!) and "Child count: 0". I've never seen "Child count" before so I suppose it knows it's a multiport SATA device, but it can't see the actual drives.So I bought the startech usbc-sata adapter, which is basically a single slot dock, without the dock. :) and it's bus power only.There's a troubleshooting LED on the connector side of the enclosure so now with just the cable "dock" I could see the LEDs. Both red and blue on, meaning both drives have some kind of problem. no wonder it doesn't work.After much wrangling and not finding any probem, I opened the enclosure. So now I can see that the internal connector is a spring loaded thing. As the drive mates, the spring forces the contact fingers onto the drive PCB. Great, if you can make sure to force the drive to mate fully. The door on the enclosure doesn't do that though (see picture), not for my SSDs which are 7mm Mushkin Reactor 1TB. (BTW the enclosure is spec'd for ONLY 9.5mm, not UP TO 9.5mm, but the problem here is the length, not the height.)I'm sure with a plastic shim I could force the drive to fully mate. Anyway, for testing I used hand pressure only.I got the troubleshooting LEDs to not come on, but Mac still didn't recognize the drive.Then I discovered the SSDs got fried in the process. I am experienced with electronics (eg, I've built small run commercial PCBs) so I know how to be safe. I can't be 100% sure that it wasn't me, but ... it wasn't me.This product probably just doesn't work with USBC dock/adapter. Maybe a limitation of the way USBC interfaces and what the Mac expects on the other side. I'm sure it works well enough with a direct SATA port, as many other reviews say. I still wouldn't trust the internal connection. Make sure to use some kind of shim so there is a guaranteed solid connection. The spring on the door isn't strong enough to overcome the spring of the internal connector!1mixed review on this productI've used them in the past with mixed reviews. they sell a dual tray that I would avoid as only only one side worked. I have yet to install this guy as its going into a new build which is a ways out yet. the problem I had with one of these duels in the past is that one of the two hot shoes failed to recognize the installed drive. albeit though I only run linux and although the kernel recognizes the drive it doesn't automatically mount it (like windoze does). I mount it via a script that I subsequently run as a backup (the only purpose of these drives shb backing data files).btw never install an OS to a backup drive that is hot shoe mounted like this. also never install any linux OS to a SSD. backup data/settings only for those under linux.3Compatible with 50mm Mushkin 120 mSata SSDTitle says it all. I accuired a Mushkin 120gb mSata SSD in a trade and wanted to install it in my laptop, but my laptop had no mSata ports inside. I got this bad boy and popped my mSata drive in it and then closed up the case. It looks like a regular full size SSD after the case is assembled. It fit perfectly in the mounting bracket for the stock HD from my Dell. I changed ACHI to "Intel Smart Response" in my bios per some instructions I saw on a Dell support page when I was first researching this project, and then went to install Windows 7 directly to the mSata. Went off without a hitch and now my machine is so much faster. I also used a HD Caddy to relocate the stock 750gb drive to the DVD bay. Best of both worlds.5Easy to use and protects the 2 1/2" drive in ...Easy to use and protects the 2 1/2" drive in the enclosure when installed in the Desktop PC just like it was a 3 1/2 drive.5Pretty, but fatally flawed.I ordered two of these thinking that they would be the most elegant way to convert a pair of mSATA SSDs to 2.5" bays. When assembled they look good, clean with no exposed components. Unfortunately both of the units I received have the same fatal flaw. The SATA and power connecters are soldered too close to the circuit board. As a result, it is impossible to plug in either power or SATA.Returning these and buying a less pretty but known to be functional Alertec adapters (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00D4CRXWY).1
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  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
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Description
  • 2.5? to 3.5? ENCLOSURE: The 2.5" to 3.5" hard drive adapter enclosure turns a 2.5" SATA hard drive (HDD) or solid-state drive (SSD) into a 3.5" drive.
  • VERSATILE FUNCTIONALITY: The 2.5" to 2.5" SATA adapter enclosure lets you substitute a 3.5" hard drive for a 2.5" SSD/HDD in any application that would typically require a 3.5" drive.
  • SIMPLE DESIGN: The external hard drive converter enclosure has the same dimensions as a standard 3.5" hard drive, including mounting points, and SATA connector locations.
  • MAXIMUM COMPATIBILITY: With support for high-capacity SATA I/II/III drives this 2.5" to 3.5" hard drive adapter enclosure ensures compatibility with virtually any 2.5" SATA HDD or SSD.
  • THE STARTECH.COM ADVANTAGE: StarTech.com offers a 2-year warranty & free lifetime technical support on this hard drive adapter and has been the choice of IT professionals for over 30 years
  • Seamless 2.5" SSD/HDD integration with standard 3.5" hard drive dimensions
  • Maximum drive compatibility with support for SSDs/HDDs up to 12.5mm in height
  • Improve the performance speed of any 3.5" hard drive application by adapting a 2.5in solid state drive
  • Supports 2.5" SSD/HDD up to 12.5mm in height
  • Standard 3.5" HDD mounting points
  • Support for SATA revision I/II/III (1.5/3.0/6.0 Gbps)
  • Tool-less installation
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Great for Single Bay SATA Trayless Hot Swap Rack.Used this adapter to convert my SSD to a 3.5 inch hard drive for use in a Single Bay SATA Trayless Hot Swap Rack. I purchased this adapter months ago (01/14) and haven't had any issues with the adapter. I run multiple operating systems over several drives and this adapter has been inserted and reinserted several hundred times over the past year. It contains my primary hard drive. I trust this adapter and would, without hesitation, purchase again.5Nice!Its very lightweight and a very clever design; hats off to StarTech. I put 2x7mm 2TB Seagate HDDs in it in RAID 1 mode and its been great so far. As far as I can tell there is no way to poll the device as to RAID status over SATA, but there are lights to indicate problems on the chassis itself.I hope to place this inside my Mantiz-Venus eGPU chassis; we'll see if it fits where the 2.5" drive bracket is meant to be, If I can't fit it in the Mantiz Venus it will go in a USB 3 chassis I have not or possibly a Thunderbot 3 chassis later.5Did not work for me, cant see both drives waste of money.Could not get mine to work, it only see's one drive no matter what I do. Either it is defective or just does not do what it says. Documentation is very poor in my opinion. It should be simple and easy to figure out with little documentation but when it does not work and the 1 page that comes with it and the manf. website has no more info. Then you pretty much have another item to toss in the junk PC parts box you lost money on.3Works excellent!I updated my Windows 7 and needed a new a Hard Drive Adapter. This helped the procedure and my computer is really working great!5Works quite well!I needed a way to get my Plextor M5M PX-256M5M 256GB Mini-SATA (mSATA) MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) into my ASUS N56JN-MH71 laptop. Hence, I found this special case. The mSATA SSD card fit snugly into the case's board slot and was secured with the provided screws. After replacing the case cover, it fitted nicely into the laptop's drive brace and SATA slot.Along with another 3rd party HDD caddy, I replaced the optical drive and moved the laptop's original 1 TB HDD into its place. I applied some Macrium Reflect magic (in which there's several steps involved) and I was finally able to fulfill my two-drive setup: The 256 GB SSD as the primary drive and the 1 TB HDD as my secondary drive.In my dual-boot setup of Windows 8.1 Pro and Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet:Windows 8.1: From power-on to desktop is about 12-15 seconds.Ubuntu: From power-on to desktop is about 12-13 seconds.NOTE: The above time includes quickly selecting a GRUB entry and typing in my password at their login screens.5didn't work and fried my ssd'sThere are 4 modes (NoR, RAID1, RAID0, JBOD), didn't work in any of them. The actual modes differ from the manual, with NoR (actual) instead of BIG (documented). I suppose NoR/BIG is what is normally called SPAN.Regardless of mode, and even regardless if there are any disks installed (tried single and both slots), when using an OWC USB3 "drive dock", Mac OS Mojave only reports a single entry called "Dual Drive Dock 1 Media", capacity 104.9Mb (EVEN with no drives!) and "Child count: 0". I've never seen "Child count" before so I suppose it knows it's a multiport SATA device, but it can't see the actual drives.So I bought the startech usbc-sata adapter, which is basically a single slot dock, without the dock. :) and it's bus power only.There's a troubleshooting LED on the connector side of the enclosure so now with just the cable "dock" I could see the LEDs. Both red and blue on, meaning both drives have some kind of problem. no wonder it doesn't work.After much wrangling and not finding any probem, I opened the enclosure. So now I can see that the internal connector is a spring loaded thing. As the drive mates, the spring forces the contact fingers onto the drive PCB. Great, if you can make sure to force the drive to mate fully. The door on the enclosure doesn't do that though (see picture), not for my SSDs which are 7mm Mushkin Reactor 1TB. (BTW the enclosure is spec'd for ONLY 9.5mm, not UP TO 9.5mm, but the problem here is the length, not the height.)I'm sure with a plastic shim I could force the drive to fully mate. Anyway, for testing I used hand pressure only.I got the troubleshooting LEDs to not come on, but Mac still didn't recognize the drive.Then I discovered the SSDs got fried in the process. I am experienced with electronics (eg, I've built small run commercial PCBs) so I know how to be safe. I can't be 100% sure that it wasn't me, but ... it wasn't me.This product probably just doesn't work with USBC dock/adapter. Maybe a limitation of the way USBC interfaces and what the Mac expects on the other side. I'm sure it works well enough with a direct SATA port, as many other reviews say. I still wouldn't trust the internal connection. Make sure to use some kind of shim so there is a guaranteed solid connection. The spring on the door isn't strong enough to overcome the spring of the internal connector!1mixed review on this productI've used them in the past with mixed reviews. they sell a dual tray that I would avoid as only only one side worked. I have yet to install this guy as its going into a new build which is a ways out yet. the problem I had with one of these duels in the past is that one of the two hot shoes failed to recognize the installed drive. albeit though I only run linux and although the kernel recognizes the drive it doesn't automatically mount it (like windoze does). I mount it via a script that I subsequently run as a backup (the only purpose of these drives shb backing data files).btw never install an OS to a backup drive that is hot shoe mounted like this. also never install any linux OS to a SSD. backup data/settings only for those under linux.3Compatible with 50mm Mushkin 120 mSata SSDTitle says it all. I accuired a Mushkin 120gb mSata SSD in a trade and wanted to install it in my laptop, but my laptop had no mSata ports inside. I got this bad boy and popped my mSata drive in it and then closed up the case. It looks like a regular full size SSD after the case is assembled. It fit perfectly in the mounting bracket for the stock HD from my Dell. I changed ACHI to "Intel Smart Response" in my bios per some instructions I saw on a Dell support page when I was first researching this project, and then went to install Windows 7 directly to the mSata. Went off without a hitch and now my machine is so much faster. I also used a HD Caddy to relocate the stock 750gb drive to the DVD bay. Best of both worlds.5Easy to use and protects the 2 1/2" drive in ...Easy to use and protects the 2 1/2" drive in the enclosure when installed in the Desktop PC just like it was a 3 1/2 drive.5Pretty, but fatally flawed.I ordered two of these thinking that they would be the most elegant way to convert a pair of mSATA SSDs to 2.5" bays. When assembled they look good, clean with no exposed components. Unfortunately both of the units I received have the same fatal flaw. The SATA and power connecters are soldered too close to the circuit board. As a result, it is impossible to plug in either power or SATA.Returning these and buying a less pretty but known to be functional Alertec adapters (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00D4CRXWY).1
See All Reviews
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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