Icy Dock MB990SP-B EZ-FIT Dual 2.5" to 3.5" SATA & IDE SSD/HDD Bracket Review

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Data storage solutions have become much more affordable in the last few years that the economy of space in terms of gigabytes and terabytes matter less and less than the economy of space in terms of chassis allocation.  This is especially evident in niche systems that prioritize small space and quiet performance like in HTPC and micro-ATX setups. Smaller and quietter 2.5" drives and SSDs are perfect for this environment. Unfortunately despite being smaller than regular desktops most HTPC or mATX cases do not come with 2.5" drive mounting capabilities and require drive bay adapters.  Icy Dock, with more than 10 years experience in designing storage enclosure solutions has a new product that just might fit the bill.

 

 

Although some of us enjoy taking the time to put together a computer system sometimes you just want something to work immediately out of the box without any hassle.  If you are an experienced enthusiast you'll find yourself taking apart your rig about as often as you are putting things into it . Icy Dock's MB990SP-B 2.5" to 3.5" Drive Bracket makes installing and replacing 2.5" drives inside the case the easiest task on your list.

 


The Icy Dock MB990SP-B EZ-Fit Bracket can fit a pair of 2.5" drives in the space of a single 3.5" drive. Less clutter means better airflow inside the chassis.  With Icy Dock's EZ-FIT pin mounting system the MB990SP-B can be installed or uninstalled inside a case in seconds. Whether you are an experienced system builder or a DIY beginner you will appreciate the simple effectiveness in the design of Icy Dock's MB990SP-B EZ-FIT 2.5" to 3.5" Bracket.

 

 

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