|商品尺寸||13.49 x 7.39 x 1.5 cm; 56.7 克|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||不是|
|形状大小||2.5 英寸(约 6.4 厘米)|
Sabrent 2.5 英寸（约6.35厘米） SATA到USB 3.0 免工具外置硬盘盒 [优化的 SSD，支持 UASP SATA III] 黑色 (EC-UASP)
SABRENT 2.5-Inch SATA to USB 3.0 Tool-Free External Hard Drive Enclosure [Optimized for SSD, Support UASP SATA III] Black (EC-UASP)
- 支持标准笔记本 2.5” SATA 硬盘。
- LED 灯指示电源和活动状态。
- 可热交换，无工具 HDD 安装，即插即用，无需驱动程序。
- 反向兼容 USB 2.0 和 1.1。
- 使用 UASP 传输协议，比传统 USB 3.0 快 70％；UASP 传输协议只能加快 SSD 硬盘的读写速度。
- Tool free design, easy to install,Transfer Rates Up to 480 Mbps when connected to a USB 2.0 port,Transfer Rates Up to 5 Gbps when connected to a USB 3.0 port.
- Suitable for 2.5” SATA/SSD; Supports Standard Notebook 2.5″ SATA and SATA II Hard drives
- Optimized for SSD, Supports UASP SATA III,Backwards-Compatible with USB 2.0 or 1.1
- Hot-swappable, plug and play, no drivers needed
- Operating System: Supported Operating Systems: Mac,Windows;Supported Windows Versions: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows XP; Supported Mac Versions: Mac OS X and Higher
利用 USB 3.0 的闪电速度快速传输高达5 Gbps的文件! 通过台式机或笔记本电脑上的可用的 USB 3.0 端口将任意 2.5 英寸串行 ATA (SATA) 或 SATA II 硬盘连接到您的电脑。 通过使用抽屉功能格式化此外壳，现在可以为您的硬盘提供额外的保护。 与 USB 2.0 和 1.1 反向兼容,这款外壳是数据传输或数据备份的完美解决方案!
支持 7 毫米 / 9.5 毫米厚度的 HDD 和 SSD 。
连接到 USB 3.0 端口时,传输速率高达 5 Gbps。
连接到 USB 2.0 端口时,传输速率高达 480 Mbps。
后退 - 兼容 USB 2.0 或 1.1
计算机上可用的 USB 3.0 端口可实现全 5 Gbps 传输速度。
计算机上可用的 USB 2.0 端口可实现全 480 Mbps 传输速度。
Sabrent EC-UASP 硬盘盒
USB 3.0 数据线
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I googled my problem and it was suggested that if this is a new hard drive, which it was, I need to first format it before windows could see it. So I reconnected the enclosure and went to disk management. For windows 10, just type disk management. Google this if you have anything other than Windows 10. I found a youtube video on how to do it. The new hard drive will show up in there! From there,I did a quick format which only took 2 minutes. After that, my new hard drive showed up!
Then I used the free Macrium cloning software to clone my old HDD to the new SSD, swapped them out, and boom! All good. It did take about 3 hours to clone a 256 HDD to SSD tho.
So remember, if you have a new hard drive, please format it first.
Response speed was an issue for me. After installing a SSDs into these enclosures and plugging them into my computers for the first time, the initial detection took abnormal amount of time. Formatting the SSDs also took an abnormally long time when in these enclosures, especially for an SSD. Once finally set up (more on that in a bit) the file transfer speeds were fine enough. However when using another enclosure with the same exact SSDs, Windows would immediately recognize them when plugged in and perform quick formats very fast.
Then come the actual "issues". One of the enclosures when plugged in, would not show up as a valid disk to Windows. Windows Device Manager would list it as a Disk, but it refused to register as a Disk under Windows Disk Management or Diskpart (therefore I couldn't initialize/partition/format). I ended up taking the SSD out of this enclosure, popping it a different brand, and then Windows could immediately see it. Once properly formatted with this other enclosure, I popped it back into this Sabrent one and after a long delay, Windows finally recognized it as a disk...
Another one of these enclosures was detecting the SSD, but wouldn't let me initialize it from Disk Management. Like the example above, by putting the SSD in a different branded enclosure I was able to detect and successfully modify the drive as I saw fit. Once formatted using the other brand enclosure, if I popped the drive back in these Sabrent enclosures they would behave properly (after that aforementioned long delay). However, I shouldn't have to use another brands enclosure just to prepare a drive to be used with this enclosure.
After a lot of time and work to finally get the four of these enclosures going, they did appear to be usable. However like most people, I planned to use these enclosures to house drives for my important data. Between the unusually slow initialization/access speeds, and the errors listed above I do not trust my data in these enclosures. A good enclosure should be fast and quirk free.