-Passes the SMART data
-Includes all the needed cables
-Has both 3.5 and 2.5 IDE cables
-Approx 40MB/s real transfer speed -Not usable as a USB 3.0 to SATA/IDE converter. Have tried several computers with USB 3.0. Symptoms vary from: cannot see the drive and hangs to woks fine for few seconds ... Read more
Was able to attain a stable read speed of 100 Mb/s with SATA HDD (with large files) when connected via USB 3.0. No problems with drivers (at least in Windows 7 x64). The SATA/PATA to USB adapter as such looks rather flimsy. The power unit (which is supplied as a separate device) is quite bulky and it ... Read more
Works well, fast enough. Both hdparm and smartctl are able to talk to the drive through this adapter, so you can control spin-down time and drive temperature. The adapter does not provide power to the SATA drive (don't know about the PATA port), so you'll need the power brick even for low-power laptop ... Read more
Using this adapter in a USB2 port, I only get 20MB/s but with USB3 I got 60MB/s, which isn't too bad compared to the 70MB/s I get when the drive is connected directly via SATA. The better part is that, contrary to the previous adapters I used, this one happily lets me use smartctl and hdparm, so I can ... Read more
Accessing disks over USB2 was convenient but pretty slow. E.g. using this adapter in a USB2 port, I just get 20MB/s. But with USB3 I got 60MB/s, which isn't too bad compared to the 70MB/s I get when the drive is connected directly via SATA. The better part is that, contrary to the previous adapters I ... Read more
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