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ORICO 1109SS 5.25" to 3.5" SATA Hard Drive Mounting Bracket with Stainless Steel Shielding Case can fit in 3.5” SATA Hard Drive up to 4TB and ready for SATA III (SATA3.0 6Gbps) Hard Drive while installed on 5.25 ODD Bay of your computer case, Tool free and scressless design allow to install or uninstall your HDD in 3 seconds, support hot-swap. Build in Hard Drive Power Control Switch can help you to turn off the power of Hard Drive when no connectivity is required.
Pros: Great physical construction.
Cons: IMAGES do not represent the product - no SATA power interface... ORICO no longer makes this. All power interfaces are ATX.
Other Thoughts: ORICO never changed the part number, despite a significant engineering change. Can not recommend anything from this mfg, as available behavioral data indicates that one could receive anything...
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Pros: Feel very solid, for the price I was surprised at how strong/rigid the metal is. All metal construction just gives it a nice pro feel.
Cons: After mounting this in my case I went to push the on/off switch, which is one of the primary reasons I chose this model over others. As my finger depressed the button it just kept going in and in with no resistance and fell in behind the front panel. Taking it back out I was able to push the switch back out through the bezel with a dental pick and just put a big ol dab of hot glue on the back of it. Havent had any problems since and the power button feels as sturdy as it should have been to begin with. I have no issues with stuff like this, but know it will be a deal killer for some.
Other Thoughts: Stuff like the power button missing a dab of glue really isn't an issue, but it points to a general sloppy underlying philosopher of whoever is manufacturing these. There's no way they are tested as mine could not have been powered on in the state its came in. It's likely a quality control gamble, as many of these rock bottom priced gadgets are to cut manufacturing costs.
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“Feel very solid, for the price I was surprised at how strong/rigid the metal is. All metal construction just gives it ...”— etheraldreamer 2/11/2013
“IMAGES do not represent the product - no SATA power interface... ORICO no longer makes this. All power interfaces are ATX.”— 5/16/2013