• Star Tech.Com 5.25 In Rugged Sata Hard Drive Mobile Rack Drawer   Aluminum Removable Hard Drive Bay (
  • Star Tech.Com 5.25 In Rugged Sata Hard Drive Mobile Rack Drawer   Aluminum Removable Hard Drive Bay (
  • Star Tech.Com 5.25 In Rugged Sata Hard Drive Mobile Rack Drawer   Aluminum Removable Hard Drive Bay (
  • Star Tech.Com 5.25 In Rugged Sata Hard Drive Mobile Rack Drawer   Aluminum Removable Hard Drive Bay (
  • Star Tech.Com 5.25 In Rugged Sata Hard Drive Mobile Rack Drawer   Aluminum Removable Hard Drive Bay (
  • Star Tech.Com 5.25 In Rugged Sata Hard Drive Mobile Rack Drawer   Aluminum Removable Hard Drive Bay (
  • Star Tech.Com 5.25 In Rugged Sata Hard Drive Mobile Rack Drawer   Aluminum Removable Hard Drive Bay (
  • Star Tech.Com 5.25 In Rugged Sata Hard Drive Mobile Rack Drawer   Aluminum Removable Hard Drive Bay (
Star Tech.Com 5.25 In Rugged Sata Hard Drive Mobile Rack Drawer   Aluminum Removable Hard Drive Bay (
Star Tech.Com 5.25 In Rugged Sata Hard Drive Mobile Rack Drawer   Aluminum Removable Hard Drive Bay (
Star Tech.Com 5.25 In Rugged Sata Hard Drive Mobile Rack Drawer   Aluminum Removable Hard Drive Bay (
Star Tech.Com 5.25 In Rugged Sata Hard Drive Mobile Rack Drawer   Aluminum Removable Hard Drive Bay (
Star Tech.Com 5.25 In Rugged Sata Hard Drive Mobile Rack Drawer   Aluminum Removable Hard Drive Bay (
Star Tech.Com 5.25 In Rugged Sata Hard Drive Mobile Rack Drawer   Aluminum Removable Hard Drive Bay (
Star Tech.Com 5.25 In Rugged Sata Hard Drive Mobile Rack Drawer   Aluminum Removable Hard Drive Bay (
Star Tech.Com 5.25 In Rugged Sata Hard Drive Mobile Rack Drawer   Aluminum Removable Hard Drive Bay (

Star Tech.Com 5.25 In Rugged Sata Hard Drive Mobile Rack Drawer Aluminum Removable Hard Drive Bay (

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  • Turn your 3.5in SATA hard drive into a rugged hot-swap storage solution for a 5.25in bay
  • 3.5in SATA mobile rack
  • Hard drive mobile rack
  • HDD mobile rack drawer fits a single SATA drive into a front accessible 5.25"" bay
  • Removable hard drive bay
  • Key lockable drive caddy
  • Rubber shock absorbers
  • 25,000+ insertion rating
  • Mobile rack system makes removing/replacing drives quick and safe, while a key lock prevents unauthorized access to the drive
  • Solid aluminum construction, 40mm cooling fan and 25, 000+ insertion rating ensures durability and reliability from the Mobile Rack and the SATA drive
  • Backed by a StarTech.com 1 year warranty and free lifetime technical support
  • Fits a single SATA drive into a front accessible 5.25"" bay
  • Heavy duty aluminum construction for the drive caddy and bay
  • Key lockable drive caddy
  • Rubber shock absorbers
  • 25,000+ insertion rating

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Works as advertised; better quality than I expected! I use this product with a second extra drive caddy (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00127OVD2/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_1) as a hot-swap solution to rotate two 2Tb backup drives and take one offsite on a Windows server 2012 machine. These are rugged and built out of metal; I anticipate they will last, and are rated to last 25000 pulls. All the screws lined up in the 5.25" bay I had available. The unit can be powered with either a 5pin molex or a sata power plug. The drive caddy that slides in and out is well-made and lines up perfectly sliding it in and out of the caddy. For this application, having the hard drives permanently mounted in the caddies is a plus as it adds protection to the drive. You do have to use the key on these units. You have no power to the drive until the key is turned to lock. Then you have a power light indicator that will come on and a second led that shows you drive activity. Both drives were immediately recognized by server 2012 when inserted and the key turned to lock. If your drives haven't been formatted yet, then of course you still have to go into Disk Management and initialize the disk. Do read the instructions that come with the unit, there are some good tips in it such as after turning the key to power off the device, wait 15 seconds to let the drive spin down before taking it out of the unit. You cannot modify this unit to use 2.5" sata drives, only 3.5" sata drives will fit in the drive caddy. There is a small fan in the unit. I don't think it creates that much airflow, but the metal enclosure helps to dissipate heat and the bottom of the enclosure is open so heat can disperse downwards through the metal and out of the drive. I also have this in a very well-ventilated server case with 4 fans, so heat would not be an issue anyways. 5A little flimsy but works well The trays are a littly flimsy and every time I plug a drive in I fear it will break the connectors. I had to purchase a pci expansion card for the sata attachments. One of the bays works well and read/write is optimal. The other bay is excruciatingly slow. I am not sure if it is this product or the pci card (also startech brand). You need to know what you're doing when you install this as there are little to no instructions. Worked with Win10 but not win 7 (but I beleive i jad an incompatible motherboard with my win7 system). Overall I am happy with it but wish it was a little sturdier.EDIT: When installed it worked great. The quality was pretty flimsy. I went to change this to my new build and the SATA commectors on both bays stripped right off renderimg them useless. If you buy these make sure you do not remove them. 1Great, as expected. I needed a hot swappable drive for my home computer and looked to fill my front drive bay with such a product. I landed on this one. The build quality is good for the aluminum one and it has solid metal and strong components. The mid and backplane are decent material but obviously the cheapest areas in the product.Be careful of the cable mount inside, it seems like it'd be prone to snap but doesn't feel cheap - just be careful and don't brute force anything. The fit was perfect and it mounted flushly inside drive bay. Be mindful of the length of this as it sticks about 1.5 inches deeper into my case than other components in drive.The fans are not loud in my experience and the drive feels firmly locked in place - you can disconnect the two small fans internally in the enclosure. The key has to be turned to "on" for it to power up and the handle is made of plastic and could potentially be weak point. Doesn't feel cheap, but again be mindful.Great product and decent price, would buy again. I'd check out the aluminum one instead of the others, which sound cheap from reviews. 5Works like a charm! While I've only had this product installed for a couple of weeks, I will start off by saying that it works precisely as intended. I did expect the build quality to be a little better than how it actually is, even factoring in its meager price. But from a price-to-performance standpoint, this product is a relative steal. HDD insertion and extraction is simple and smooth. When an 3.5 drive is inserted and the bay door is fully closed, the door access can be key locked to avoid accidental removal during use or removal by curious hands (especially little ones!).I purchased this unit after trying (and failing) multiple times to create a Linux Mint / Windows 7 dual-boot system. Even with SecureBoot inactive, the Linux GRUB boot loader refused to load Windows even though it recognized and listed it in the boot menu. As such, I reverted to my original idea of a hardware-based physical OS swap method over a less reliable logical/software-based method. And I must say that using an old-school 'game cartridge' style drive swap methodology is far superior (from a reliability standpoint) to a logical bootloader method. At least this way if the boot sector of either drive has some issue, it won't take both OS's with it so I always have a backup OS. Brilliant!I would definitely recommend this product to the budget-minded DIY PC user. 5use it in that empty 5.25 drive bay front door is plastic but seems sturdy. anti vibration mounting scheme seems to work ok. drive alignmen is good on the few WD blue drives I've tried so far. the keylock is strictly mechanical; it does NOT switch off the power to the drive. the front panel has an LED under the keylock; this LED is connected to a wire maybe 12" and a 2 pin connector for the motherboard or RAID card. Nice for backups; much faster than external USB drives and economical if you have some 3.5" HDDs laying around. 424 Hours since Install (Long Review) Choose this for replacing a DVD drive to mount a WD Green 1 TB Desktop Hard Drive: 3.5 Inch, SATA III, 64 MB Cache - WD10EZRX in an OPTIPLEX 755. Had 4-5 stars and comparable pricing for its features.It is probably overkill for what I originally wanted (a mount for a HD in a 5.25 bay), but I'm rather happy with it as it leaves room for quick future upgrades. Just installed it yesterday, so this review only covers what I've experience with the installation. I'll try to give an update on how it is working in a few months.The Good: Reasonable price for features. Installation was fairly intuitive and quick (see exceptions below). 3.5 drive fit nicely into the drawer case. Ample screws provided. I only needed one to secure the drawer to the bay case. Provided 7-pin SATA cable (but not a 15-pin SATA power cable). No extra software needed. Easy case insert/removal (exception below). LED indication light works - good indication of whether the drive is getting power. Fan seems to work well.The Notables: I was only able to secure the drive with 3 screws - the last hole wasn't aligned right so the screw would never sit flush with the surface...I just left it out. In an OPTIPLEX 755, you can replace the original plastic face plate over the installed drawer, but that makes swapping impossible without removing the face plate first. The fan is small, but it is slightly more audible than the large computer's internal fan. Ugh, Keys. I would have preferred a button/switch. Yes, you'll need a screwdriver to swap drives.The Tips:You have to turn the key to 'Lock' for the power to be delivered to the drive. I usually skim directions and look at the diagrams without a problem, but I had to look through the instructions for this. Would be more intuitive if they labeled it 'Lock & Power' or had a separate 'Power On/Off' button.The last two sentences of the instructions say that the HD will automagically appear, as the drawer is passive and does not require a driver. Yes, the computer sees it, but you **CANNOT** see the drive under 'My Computer' until you configure the drive. To do this, right click on 'Computer', click 'Manage', go to 'Storage'>'Disk Management', and setup the drive. I wish StarTech would have pointed that out for those of us that rarely deal with hardware. 4Adequate, Not Great I purchased this drive bay a little over two years ago. This weekend it failed and took out a 2 TB drive along the way. Up until it failed spectacularly, it did the job, but not without aggravations. The tray requires you to screw the hard drive in, which is a bit of a pain if swapping drives out on a regular basis. The included fan turned my quiet computer into a noisy aircraft carrier - it was too loud to use so I left it off, which probably contributed to my drive ultimately failing. The included lock is flimsy to the point of being a joke. The tray doesn't slide easily into the bay, requiring multiple attempts and a bit of force. Other than these issues, it worked for its intended purpose until it didn't. I'm really surprised there aren't more robust options available - after looking at everything Amazon currently offers, I'm actually taking a chance on another Startech but am going with the trayless model. None of the other options look like a significant enough improvement. If I hadn't modified my computer case to fit the drive bay, I'd probably just go back to mounting the drive directly in the case. 2Flawed, but does the job Good: Built like the proverbial tank. I was concerned at first over how sturdy the U-shaped drive bay would be without the caddy in place. Not to worry. Has small fans in front to assure cooling to the fully-enclosed hard drive. Last, but far from least, it works!Bad: Inserting the hard drive into the caddy isn't nearly as plug-and-play as I'd expected. The SATA connectors are loose in the caddy on very short cables; you have to hold the drive just right to plug them in, then flip the drive over into place and screw it down to the base; swapping drives is in no way a tool-free process. If you change drives frequently you'll certainly want several caddies, and I don't know whether they even sell extra ones. The caddy is not a precise fit into the bay; lots of metal-to-metal contact, and you have to gently seat the caddy and kinda feel the SATA connectors lining up before lowering the locking bar. Simply slapping the caddy into place and dropping the bar strikes me as carrying a good chance of breaking one or both of the connectors. The key does not "insert" into the lock more than an eighth inch or so, requiring some fiddling to get it to turn. This wouldn't bother me, except that it turns out that the lock is also the drive power switch, and thus its use is not optional. I'd have preferred a separate power switch, or integrating the locking and power functions into the handle. The manual is inadequate. Installing and using this thing is more involved than installing a hard drive, and the manual doesn't provide a lot of help. It took a close reading to discover that you *must* lock the caddy into place to power it, and I still haven't discovered exactly how to connect that non-standard drive activity light to the motherboard. Finally, although I'm unlikely to exhaust the rated 7,000 insertions, that's a rather short life for a relatively expensive unit.Ugly: "System Requirements...Microsoft Windows XP / 2000 / Server 2003" Seriously??Bottom line: Despite the heavy-duty construction, this unit clearly isn't suited for frequent drive swaps. For my purposes - changing out a backup drive every few weeks - I won't be dealing with the aforementioned nuisances often enough for them to be a big problem. And, again, the important part is that it does work as advertised. Four stars; if I were swapping drives daily it might be less than that. 4it has given me the ability to have the best of both worlds and keep learning I use this drive in combination with the StarTech.com 2.5-Inch to 3.5-Inch SATA Enclosure SSD/HDD Aluminum Hard Drive Adapter (25SAT35HDD).I have it installed on the top 5.25 bay. I have the DVD-ROM below it to give it support. I can interchange any 2.5 laptop or 3.5 desktop hard drive back and forth.In my BIOS configuration, I have SATA0 set as the first boot device, which this is connected to.With this combination, I can use many variations of Linux and Windows without having to dual boot, and partition the hard drives.For example, if I wanted to brush up on yum and rpm commands in a Red Hat Linux distribution (Red Hat, Centos, etc), I can do it.If I want to play around with Ubuntu, I can.I have resurrected old hard drives. I have a Centos minimal install, Centos Server with GUI, one with GNOME, and of course, a hard drive with Windows 7 for games.For $40 for both products, it has given me the ability to have the best of both worlds and keep learning. 5Well made, sturdy, SATA drive bay with front door that does not require a drive tray or carrier A really nice standard trayless SATA bay for inserting raw drives. The frame is sturdy, front and back are plastic, sides are metal, mounts have built-in rubber shock absorbers. This does have a Hard Disk activity jumper. Rear is a normal SATA female to male connector. Has a front lock with a set of two keys. A total case assessory, no device drivers or operating system specific requirements or dependabilities.. it also doesn't magically make your operating system hot-swap capable.. it will assist you in adapting your system to be hot-swap if it can handle that, but you have to also have a hot-swap capable BIOS, SATA bus and operating system.. this does not provide that. It provides the basic hardware for inserting and removing your raw SATA drives from the front of your computer quickly and easily.. and locking them to prevent accidentally removing them. 5
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Works as advertised; better quality than I expected! I use this product with a second extra drive caddy (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00127OVD2/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_1) as a hot-swap solution to rotate two 2Tb backup drives and take one offsite on a Windows server 2012 machine. These are rugged and built out of metal; I anticipate they will last, and are rated to last 25000 pulls. All the screws lined up in the 5.25" bay I had available. The unit can be powered with either a 5pin molex or a sata power plug. The drive caddy that slides in and out is well-made and lines up perfectly sliding it in and out of the caddy. For this application, having the hard drives permanently mounted in the caddies is a plus as it adds protection to the drive. You do have to use the key on these units. You have no power to the drive until the key is turned to lock. Then you have a power light indicator that will come on and a second led that shows you drive activity. Both drives were immediately recognized by server 2012 when inserted and the key turned to lock. If your drives haven't been formatted yet, then of course you still have to go into Disk Management and initialize the disk. Do read the instructions that come with the unit, there are some good tips in it such as after turning the key to power off the device, wait 15 seconds to let the drive spin down before taking it out of the unit. You cannot modify this unit to use 2.5" sata drives, only 3.5" sata drives will fit in the drive caddy. There is a small fan in the unit. I don't think it creates that much airflow, but the metal enclosure helps to dissipate heat and the bottom of the enclosure is open so heat can disperse downwards through the metal and out of the drive. I also have this in a very well-ventilated server case with 4 fans, so heat would not be an issue anyways. 5A little flimsy but works well The trays are a littly flimsy and every time I plug a drive in I fear it will break the connectors. I had to purchase a pci expansion card for the sata attachments. One of the bays works well and read/write is optimal. The other bay is excruciatingly slow. I am not sure if it is this product or the pci card (also startech brand). You need to know what you're doing when you install this as there are little to no instructions. Worked with Win10 but not win 7 (but I beleive i jad an incompatible motherboard with my win7 system). Overall I am happy with it but wish it was a little sturdier.EDIT: When installed it worked great. The quality was pretty flimsy. I went to change this to my new build and the SATA commectors on both bays stripped right off renderimg them useless. If you buy these make sure you do not remove them. 1Great, as expected. I needed a hot swappable drive for my home computer and looked to fill my front drive bay with such a product. I landed on this one. The build quality is good for the aluminum one and it has solid metal and strong components. The mid and backplane are decent material but obviously the cheapest areas in the product.Be careful of the cable mount inside, it seems like it'd be prone to snap but doesn't feel cheap - just be careful and don't brute force anything. The fit was perfect and it mounted flushly inside drive bay. Be mindful of the length of this as it sticks about 1.5 inches deeper into my case than other components in drive.The fans are not loud in my experience and the drive feels firmly locked in place - you can disconnect the two small fans internally in the enclosure. The key has to be turned to "on" for it to power up and the handle is made of plastic and could potentially be weak point. Doesn't feel cheap, but again be mindful.Great product and decent price, would buy again. I'd check out the aluminum one instead of the others, which sound cheap from reviews. 5Works like a charm! While I've only had this product installed for a couple of weeks, I will start off by saying that it works precisely as intended. I did expect the build quality to be a little better than how it actually is, even factoring in its meager price. But from a price-to-performance standpoint, this product is a relative steal. HDD insertion and extraction is simple and smooth. When an 3.5 drive is inserted and the bay door is fully closed, the door access can be key locked to avoid accidental removal during use or removal by curious hands (especially little ones!).I purchased this unit after trying (and failing) multiple times to create a Linux Mint / Windows 7 dual-boot system. Even with SecureBoot inactive, the Linux GRUB boot loader refused to load Windows even though it recognized and listed it in the boot menu. As such, I reverted to my original idea of a hardware-based physical OS swap method over a less reliable logical/software-based method. And I must say that using an old-school 'game cartridge' style drive swap methodology is far superior (from a reliability standpoint) to a logical bootloader method. At least this way if the boot sector of either drive has some issue, it won't take both OS's with it so I always have a backup OS. Brilliant!I would definitely recommend this product to the budget-minded DIY PC user. 5use it in that empty 5.25 drive bay front door is plastic but seems sturdy. anti vibration mounting scheme seems to work ok. drive alignmen is good on the few WD blue drives I've tried so far. the keylock is strictly mechanical; it does NOT switch off the power to the drive. the front panel has an LED under the keylock; this LED is connected to a wire maybe 12" and a 2 pin connector for the motherboard or RAID card. Nice for backups; much faster than external USB drives and economical if you have some 3.5" HDDs laying around. 424 Hours since Install (Long Review) Choose this for replacing a DVD drive to mount a WD Green 1 TB Desktop Hard Drive: 3.5 Inch, SATA III, 64 MB Cache - WD10EZRX in an OPTIPLEX 755. Had 4-5 stars and comparable pricing for its features.It is probably overkill for what I originally wanted (a mount for a HD in a 5.25 bay), but I'm rather happy with it as it leaves room for quick future upgrades. Just installed it yesterday, so this review only covers what I've experience with the installation. I'll try to give an update on how it is working in a few months.The Good: Reasonable price for features. Installation was fairly intuitive and quick (see exceptions below). 3.5 drive fit nicely into the drawer case. Ample screws provided. I only needed one to secure the drawer to the bay case. Provided 7-pin SATA cable (but not a 15-pin SATA power cable). No extra software needed. Easy case insert/removal (exception below). LED indication light works - good indication of whether the drive is getting power. Fan seems to work well.The Notables: I was only able to secure the drive with 3 screws - the last hole wasn't aligned right so the screw would never sit flush with the surface...I just left it out. In an OPTIPLEX 755, you can replace the original plastic face plate over the installed drawer, but that makes swapping impossible without removing the face plate first. The fan is small, but it is slightly more audible than the large computer's internal fan. Ugh, Keys. I would have preferred a button/switch. Yes, you'll need a screwdriver to swap drives.The Tips:You have to turn the key to 'Lock' for the power to be delivered to the drive. I usually skim directions and look at the diagrams without a problem, but I had to look through the instructions for this. Would be more intuitive if they labeled it 'Lock & Power' or had a separate 'Power On/Off' button.The last two sentences of the instructions say that the HD will automagically appear, as the drawer is passive and does not require a driver. Yes, the computer sees it, but you **CANNOT** see the drive under 'My Computer' until you configure the drive. To do this, right click on 'Computer', click 'Manage', go to 'Storage'>'Disk Management', and setup the drive. I wish StarTech would have pointed that out for those of us that rarely deal with hardware. 4Adequate, Not Great I purchased this drive bay a little over two years ago. This weekend it failed and took out a 2 TB drive along the way. Up until it failed spectacularly, it did the job, but not without aggravations. The tray requires you to screw the hard drive in, which is a bit of a pain if swapping drives out on a regular basis. The included fan turned my quiet computer into a noisy aircraft carrier - it was too loud to use so I left it off, which probably contributed to my drive ultimately failing. The included lock is flimsy to the point of being a joke. The tray doesn't slide easily into the bay, requiring multiple attempts and a bit of force. Other than these issues, it worked for its intended purpose until it didn't. I'm really surprised there aren't more robust options available - after looking at everything Amazon currently offers, I'm actually taking a chance on another Startech but am going with the trayless model. None of the other options look like a significant enough improvement. If I hadn't modified my computer case to fit the drive bay, I'd probably just go back to mounting the drive directly in the case. 2Flawed, but does the job Good: Built like the proverbial tank. I was concerned at first over how sturdy the U-shaped drive bay would be without the caddy in place. Not to worry. Has small fans in front to assure cooling to the fully-enclosed hard drive. Last, but far from least, it works!Bad: Inserting the hard drive into the caddy isn't nearly as plug-and-play as I'd expected. The SATA connectors are loose in the caddy on very short cables; you have to hold the drive just right to plug them in, then flip the drive over into place and screw it down to the base; swapping drives is in no way a tool-free process. If you change drives frequently you'll certainly want several caddies, and I don't know whether they even sell extra ones. The caddy is not a precise fit into the bay; lots of metal-to-metal contact, and you have to gently seat the caddy and kinda feel the SATA connectors lining up before lowering the locking bar. Simply slapping the caddy into place and dropping the bar strikes me as carrying a good chance of breaking one or both of the connectors. The key does not "insert" into the lock more than an eighth inch or so, requiring some fiddling to get it to turn. This wouldn't bother me, except that it turns out that the lock is also the drive power switch, and thus its use is not optional. I'd have preferred a separate power switch, or integrating the locking and power functions into the handle. The manual is inadequate. Installing and using this thing is more involved than installing a hard drive, and the manual doesn't provide a lot of help. It took a close reading to discover that you *must* lock the caddy into place to power it, and I still haven't discovered exactly how to connect that non-standard drive activity light to the motherboard. Finally, although I'm unlikely to exhaust the rated 7,000 insertions, that's a rather short life for a relatively expensive unit.Ugly: "System Requirements...Microsoft Windows XP / 2000 / Server 2003" Seriously??Bottom line: Despite the heavy-duty construction, this unit clearly isn't suited for frequent drive swaps. For my purposes - changing out a backup drive every few weeks - I won't be dealing with the aforementioned nuisances often enough for them to be a big problem. And, again, the important part is that it does work as advertised. Four stars; if I were swapping drives daily it might be less than that. 4it has given me the ability to have the best of both worlds and keep learning I use this drive in combination with the StarTech.com 2.5-Inch to 3.5-Inch SATA Enclosure SSD/HDD Aluminum Hard Drive Adapter (25SAT35HDD).I have it installed on the top 5.25 bay. I have the DVD-ROM below it to give it support. I can interchange any 2.5 laptop or 3.5 desktop hard drive back and forth.In my BIOS configuration, I have SATA0 set as the first boot device, which this is connected to.With this combination, I can use many variations of Linux and Windows without having to dual boot, and partition the hard drives.For example, if I wanted to brush up on yum and rpm commands in a Red Hat Linux distribution (Red Hat, Centos, etc), I can do it.If I want to play around with Ubuntu, I can.I have resurrected old hard drives. I have a Centos minimal install, Centos Server with GUI, one with GNOME, and of course, a hard drive with Windows 7 for games.For $40 for both products, it has given me the ability to have the best of both worlds and keep learning. 5Well made, sturdy, SATA drive bay with front door that does not require a drive tray or carrier A really nice standard trayless SATA bay for inserting raw drives. The frame is sturdy, front and back are plastic, sides are metal, mounts have built-in rubber shock absorbers. This does have a Hard Disk activity jumper. Rear is a normal SATA female to male connector. Has a front lock with a set of two keys. A total case assessory, no device drivers or operating system specific requirements or dependabilities.. it also doesn't magically make your operating system hot-swap capable.. it will assist you in adapting your system to be hot-swap if it can handle that, but you have to also have a hot-swap capable BIOS, SATA bus and operating system.. this does not provide that. It provides the basic hardware for inserting and removing your raw SATA drives from the front of your computer quickly and easily.. and locking them to prevent accidentally removing them. 5
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