HDD external enclosure TRACER USB 3.1 Type-C, HDD 2.5" SATA 751 AL
The TRACER USB 3.1 Type-C M.2 SATA 701 AL is a device with a really small size, and with maximum capabilities at the same time. It is created to save and transfer data on the m.2 PCI.e NVME hard drive. Dimensions: 110*43*12 mm wil allow for any storage and transport of the enclosure with your files, because the device fits in a woman's purse, briefcase, laptop bag and of course in a suitcase.
The device is designed as trendy and cool, with a very interesting way of assembling it with a hard drive. There is no possibility of scratching, damaging or resetting the memory. In addition, the material used – aluminium, also affects the aesthetic experience. The enclosure is designed as ultra strong and sturdy, ARMOUR model. The given model boasts an attractive silver colour, and it will fit almost any consumer’s taste.
The external interface offers USB3.1 10 Gb / s 2gen transfer speed. Just connect it using the included USB-C cable and use the latest transfer technology. You will achieve the transfer speed that will meet your needs. Forget about limits, have access to your files anytime you need!
The enclosure supports: Windows SE / ME / 2000 / XP / Vista / Windows7 / 8/10 i MAC iOS. The device supports UASP and TRIM technologies.
The enclosure supports m.2 PCI.e NVME hard drives lenghts 20/40/60/80 mm (types: 2230/2242/2260/2280) with maximum capacity 2 TB.
This kind of hard drive already gained popularity on the market of computer accessories and is the latest fashion craze in the trends of external memory. It gained recognition due to the offered maximum speed and convenience of use. It found a solid ground of enthusiasts like graphics designers, engineers, people working with video and sound processing, programmers. Popularization of NVME technology is also simultaneously connected to the price drop, which makes it more attractive and accessible. Drives like that use edge connectors and are usually assembled directly on PCB. This process can be, however, quite problematic, as anytime you need to transfer some data from m.2 drive, you need to disassemble it from the circuit board. External enclosure seems to be a miracle solution for this standard.
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