NEON Internal 2.5-inch SSD/HDD mounting kit (supports 2x 2.5-inch drives per 3.5-inch bay)
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Mounting bracket for mounting two 2.5-inch drives (SSD or HDD) into a single 3.5-inch drive bay. Great for installing Solid State Disks in a desktop system. Includes screws for fixing the drives into place.
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Top Customer Reviews
Does the job as advertised and neatly accommodates two 2.5" SSD/HDD as pictured, BUT should it be that expensive (nearly £6 with postage)?
Worth the price tag if material is aluminium or some metal, but for moulded plastic ...?
Note: remember it can house 2x 2.5 inch drives which is even better; one drive below the black tabs you can see in the image which is fastened using screws in the bottom and one above the tabs with screws in the side.
Great cheap solution for mounting your SSD/laptop HDD in a desktop PC.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
did the job as requested - for high maintenance users probably not the one to go for but for average pc user who will change their hd once every 2 or so years it's good enoughPublished on 15 Feb. 2014 by philphil61
Made from cheap plastic material but does what it is supposed to. Comes with plenty of screws for attaching your drives.Published on 11 Aug. 2013 by M. E. Ditchburn