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

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

The Icy Dock EZ-FIT MB990SP-B comes in lightweight 16cm x 11cm x 3.5cm box.  The front of the box shows the bracket in a faded background of a 2.5in SSD drive. The top and bottom sides show the step by step procedure of how to install a 2.5" inch drive into the bracket and how to install it inside a chassis.  The back of the box lists the EZ-FIT MB990SP-B's relevant specifications while both the side opening flaps list the features.   The EZ-FIT MB990SP-B itself is covered in a bubble-wrap packaging inside the box which prevents any damages from shock when shipping.

 

The EZ-FIT MB990SP-B is made of lightweight plastic and is has a matte black finish.  The front drive panel has an Icy Dock logo on the left while the right side has 4 air holes for ventilation as well as a curved groove that is part of the panel's locking mechanism.  The sides of the EZ-FIT MB990SP-B are part of the tool-less drive bay installation.  It is comprised of a pair of plastic pieces joined together by a hinge in the middle and springs located at the rear.

 

The only accessory included with the EZ-FIT MB990SP-B  is a pair of 0.5cm length Phillips head screws.  There are however 4 brass EZ-FIT pins that comes pre-installed and are removable without the aid of a screwdriver.  The EZ-FIT MB990SP-B also comes with a simple two-page manual that guides the user through the drive installation and chassis mounting procedure.

 

 

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