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  • posted byjinkazama82it on 10/22/2013

    Easy of use Good Price Not very good the quality but is acceptable I have used this item for data recovery on old laptop HDD drive, is easi of use and very usefull for me. i also used this produt for use an old HDD drive for laptop PC on my desktop PC and work greatly. considering all aspects I can safely say that, especially for work, is a great product ... Read more

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  • posted byt333mo on 10/01/2013

    After revision work the way they should be inserted and removed easily, but keeps as needed. Break there's nothing there, only if the wires tear. Excellent price, we sell them almost never happens, and the price is extremely overpriced. One contact was not in place soldering tool I moved it to the right location, after revision of the device worked.... Read more

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  • posted byvilijemk on 01/08/2013

    Simple, very easily slips on the mini pata disk and regular pata cable, it is not much to say except it is secure and simple to use, you can even combine with other adapters and use it to convert in any direction because of the way the parallel connection works on this type of disks, A little caution is necessary to find out the right orientation, I ... Read more

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  • posted bybmarkovic06 on 12/10/2012

    - cheap , easy to use , does the job well, it is very small with very Long Power connector.. and very very slim... Hmmm it's a bit fragille and some connectors come curved so i have to strech them :). Also pins on power connecto on molex side are moving so you have to be patient to connect the connector, and on adapter side cables are very thin. Its ... Read more

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  • posted bylyangsuper on 10/07/2011

    - cheap - easy to use - does the job well - build quality is not great, it's easy to bend the pins and the cable. Also you when inserting and/or removing connectors you must use some force to insert them. Use this to convert a 2.5 inch notebook ide drive to a 3.5 inch ide connector so you can backup the drive or use it on a normal computer. The build ... Read more

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  • posted byahlidap on 08/31/2010

    Very cheap item. Works very very well! Once connected, it works very well! And it is very small.. I think it's a bit fragille. It's a bit difficult to put on it the HardDrive.. We have to find what the correct side to connect. It could have a small wall to be stronger. Once found the connect side, it works very well. 2.5HDD recognised immediately! Brilliant ... Read more

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  • posted bymultitron on 06/13/2010

    Small-sized and slim IDE 40 - IDE 44 converter. Smallest one, actually. Not suitable for a) frequent insertion/extraction, b) usage in hostile enviroment: in small cases where wires has to be bent with force to fit in. (Works as lever - even small pressure may bend pins on hdd). Hard to insert into IDE44 connector (2.5' hdd connector). Also no safety ... Read more

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  • posted byMariusOX on 06/08/2010

    - Easy to use, just plug and "play". - Long Power connector. - Not marked in any way. - Feels like its going to brake. - A bit to long for my use It was really easy to use, a little tight at first but as i used it a bit more i loosend up. If the standard (40 Pin) IDE cable you are using it with has got that one pin-hole blocked it was quite ... Read more

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  • posted bygregwalton on 06/07/2010

    It does the job it is supposed to do, though with one important limitation (see the cons below). It also does that job more cheaply than any alternative I've seen. It's probably cheaper than making one yourself. It really is suited to "fit and forget" applications. The construction of this adaptor isn't suitable for applications where you ... Read more

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  • posted byBadooleoo on 08/27/2009

    Simple and easy to use, just plug and play and you are away. just be carefull of the power wire, it is thin so you dont want to break it. You might have a problem with the molex power connector pins moving when trying to insert it into a socket but some plugs are like that anyway. its a bare PCB so should fit into any project you are working on. I use ... Read more

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