Monday, February 20th 2012

Icy Dock Introduces EZ-FIT Pro Dual-2.5" to 3.5" Dock

Icy Dock is proud to introduce the MB082SP EZ-FIT PRO, the newest product in the incredibly popular SSD/HDD bracket & converter line. The EZ-FIT PRO is a full metal dual 2.5" to 3.5" bracket with a matte black finish, featuring a hassle free installation requiring no tools or screws required to install or change your HDD/SSD. The heavy duty solid metal construction and the simplicity of the drive installation make protecting and swapping your hard drives as easier than ever.

Key Feature:
  • EZ-Lock mechanism for tool-less drive installation
  • Heavy Duty Full metal construction with matte black finish
  • Fits 2 x 2.5" SSD/HDD into one 3.5" device bay
  • Compatible with SSD or hard drives up to 9.5mm height
  • Anti-Vibration design for improved reliability
  • Universally designed screw placement for maximum compatibility
To learn more about EZ-FIT PRO, visit this page.
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5 Comments on Icy Dock Introduces EZ-FIT Pro Dual-2.5" to 3.5" Dock

#1
n0tiert
i don´t see any benefit of this dock , since I/O and power cable will be infront of the release button .... and if it would be turned arround so you have access from the front(case) the backplane is missing ......., also the construction should be fliped too (SSD I/O) to case inner
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#2
cavemanthreeonesix
if they make one with a hot swap connector panel so you could run both ssd off, say a molex it could be a good product but this design i just see lots of clumsy cable clutter.

Can only see people using this who absolutley cant spare another 3.5" HDD bay.
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THE_EGG
by: cavemanthreeonesix
if they make one with a hot swap connector panel so you could run both ssd off, say a molex it could be a good product but this design i just see lots of clumsy cable clutter.

Can only see people using this who absolutley cant spare another 3.5" HDD bay.
it would be useful in something like a silverstone sg-07/sg-08. only 1 3.5"drive bay.
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#4
cavemanthreeonesix
by: THE_EGG
it would be useful in something like a silverstone sg-07/sg-08. only 1 3.5"drive bay.
yeh fair point I hadn't considered small form factor cases with limited numbers of bays.
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#5
n0tiert
i would expect something like this, with a 5 1/4 frame eventually



btw almost all major SSD´s are shipped with a frame usually
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