i-tec MySafe USB-C 3.1 Gen. 2 Easy 2.5" External Case – Black
i-tec MySafe USB-C Easy, external case for connecting 2.5″ SATA disks to your PC, laptop, TV or other multimedia device through USB-C interface, with power supply. You can use the external case for data migration, backup or data recovery. USB-C 3.1 Gen. 2 interface with speeds up to 10 Gbps, data transfer is therefore up to 2x faster than the previous version. The interface is compatible with Thunderbolt 3.
The operation is very simple, the disk is inserted into the frame, and the drivers are automatically installed after the first connection. You can use a separate external frame adapter, to quickly connect the disk to your computer. The enclosed plastic box can be used to safely transfer a disk.
In case of installation problems, technical difficulties or incorrect device functionality, first check the possible solution in the FAQ tab.
Long product description: i-tec MySafe USB-C 3.1 Gen. 2 easy, external case for hard drive 9.5 mm / 2.5″ for SATA I/II/III HDD SSD, USB-C 3.1 Gen. 2 interface with data transfer rate up to 10 Gbps, compatible with Thunderbolt 3
Where to Buy
- External enclosure/docking station for 1x 2,5“ SATA HDD/SSD
- For HDD/SSD with a maximum height of 9,5mm
- 1x integrated USB-C cable for connecting to the host device (15cm)
- Enclosure/Docking Station interface maximum transfer rate up to 10 Gbps (USB-C Gen. 2)
- LED indicator
- OS: Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 /10, macOS X, Android 6 or later, Chrome OS
- Product dimensions: 130 x 74 x 16 mm
- Product weight: 60 g
- Package dimensions: 133 x 85 x 20 mm
- Package weight: 92 g
- Device with an available USB-C or Thunderbolt™3 port
- Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 /10, macOS X, Android 6 or later, Chrome OS
- Plastic box
Question: The frame is not detected by the operating system.
Answer: Try connecting the device to another USB/Thunderbolt port (according to the frame type)
Question: The HDD is not visible in the system.
Answer: Make sure the HDD is formatted. Especially for a brand-new drive. You will find this information in the disk manager located in the device manager. You can also format the HDD here.
Notice! The formatting function always deletes the data. Therefore, back up your data before starting the drive formatting.