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USB 3.0 Converter

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Allow you to connect 2.5"/3.5" IDE/SATA hard drives through USB to your computer.


  • 💻 Access to 3 Drives Simultaneously - This USB hard drive converter enables access to all three HDD drives simultaneously and file transfer among the 3 drives.It supports 2.5 "/3.5" SATA HDD and SSD; 2.5"/3.5" IDE HDD, DVD-ROM, CD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD-RW, DVD + RW Optical, Blu-ray Drive.
  • 💻 Super 5 Gbps Transfer - With a USB 3.0 interface and transfer speeds up to 5 Gbps. Our converter is the perfect way to upgrade your hard drive.

  • 💻 Huge Capacity Supportive - This converter supports 6TB, and allows you to quickly and easily upgrade your hard drive storage for a fraction of the cost of a new hard drive.
  • 💻 Say Hello To Your Old Drive Again - Simply plug your hard drive into the converter and you'll be able to recover data, duplicate files, and even back up data from your old drive to a new drive. This is can also be your first line of defense in the event of a hard drive failure. With a USB to SATA adapter, you’ll likely be able to recover most of your files.

  • 💻 Wide compatibility - This universal 2.5/3.5 inch SATA/IDE HDD converter is drive free and compatible for Windows 10/7/2000/XP/Vista, Linux, Mac OS, etc. It supports hot-swapping with ON/OFF switch for HDD protection. The LED indicator of the USB to IDE/SATA adapter can monitor the working state.
  • 💻 Including a 12V 2A, DC power adapter ensures 2.5"/3.5" SATA HDD can be connected well, especially for 3.5" IDE HDD, which necessarily requires the power adapter for a stable connection.


  • Interface type: SATA
  • Color: black
  • Converter type: adapter
  • Wire material: copper

Package includes:

  •  1* Little Triangle Pro Converter
  •  1* Hard Drive Adapter 12V Power
  •  1* Adapter 1M USB3.0 Data Cable
  •  1* Large 4P to Small 4P Power Cable

Please note that the drive must be formatted if it is new otherwise windows won't see anything in file explorer.