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A Cuprinol Product
on 6 September 2011
It does what it says on the tin. It's not the best quality, but it's fine for the price. The blurb says that the aluminium case acts as a heatsink, but given that it's not actually touching anything that gets hot, this is something of an exaggeration.
You get a little screwdriver with it, which is fine for setting the drive in the chassis, but it's a bit on the small side for screwing the unit together. Be careful, or use a slightly larger screwdriver, otherwise you'll knacker the screw heads.
The instructions don't mention this, but it's common sense: make sure the drive you put in has the jumpers set to "Slave" or "Cable Select." If they're set to "Master" then Windows will see the caddy, but not the drive itself. The instructions aren't the best!