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USB 3.0 to SATA Hard Disk Adapter

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Regular Price: $39.91

Special Price: $24.88

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USB 3.0 to SATA Hard Disk Adapter

Cooldrives is proud to offer one of the first USB 3.0 compatible USB to SATA converters on the market. This adapter is compatible with all SATA compliant devices like 3.5" desktop drives, 2.5" laptop drives and SSDs and even 5.25" optical drives. With USB 3.0 speeds its even possible to watch a Blu Ray movie over USB! The USB3-SSHD USB SATA adapter makes a great addition to any Tech Bench. With 5Gbps speeds, data recovery from dead computers will take only a few minutes instead of hours with this USB hard drive adapter.


  • Easy to install and remove USB SATA adapter from hard disk drives
  • Compliant to USB 3.0 to SATA Specification with transfer rates of up to 5Gbps
  • Backwards compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1 for transfer speeds of up to 480mbs or 12bmps respectively
  • USB hard drive adapter works with all SATA compliant devices including 2.5", 3.5", 5.25" Hard Disk Drives(HDD) and Solid State Drives(SSD)
  • One-Touch Backup function
  • No external power needed when used with 2.5" drives.
  • Includes AC power supply fro 3.5" and 5.25" drives.

Pacakge Contents

  • USB 3.0 to SATA adapter
  • User Manual
  • 12VDC/2A AC/DC adapter
  • USB 3.0 A to B cable
UPC 729440692117
Color Silver
Manufacturer Coolgear
Compatibility All Operating Systems
Drive Support SATA I (1.5G), SATA II (3.0G), SATA III (6.0G)
Warranty One Year

Customer Reviews

  1. Works as advertized Review by MrZip

    This adapter works as advertized. Would like USB cable to be longer. In setup instructions, the line that says that setup is not necessary if running XP, Vista, W7, or W8 should come before the setup instructions. Another heads up, you must plug in the USB first, then the power cable for the computer to recognize the drive. (Posted on 8/19/2013)