Date Joined: 06/25/07
Pros: - Low price
- Small, sleek case
- Works with Windows 8
- Tool free design
Cons: - Weak plastic latches/hinges
- Standard 2.5" drive only fits with difficulty
- SEDNA web support page was not functional
Overall Review: A drive can partially seat in this enclosure -- the drive is recognized but does not function. Re-seating the drive may resolve the problem.
Pros: -- Price is reasonable
-- Installation is straightforward
Cons: Adapter continuously resets -- with or without USB 3.0 devices attached
Overall Review: I purchased the Inland USB 3.0 adapter to test some new hardware which supports USB 2.0 & 3.0. Unfortunately, my testing was unavoidably delayed. When I installed the Inland adapter all it would do was continuously reset -- even without anything connected to it.
Because of my testing delay, NewEgg's return policy had expired. The adapter is probably not worth the trouble, or expense, of pursuing the manufacturer's warranty -- plus any replacement is likely to have the same problem if it is hardware compatibility based. :(
For reference, I experienced this problem with a Dell Latitude E6500 and the Inland USB 3.0 ExpressCard.