Apricorn EZ Upgrade Universal Hard Drive Upgrade Kit (SATA and PATA 2.5" Notebook Drives)
This product has been discontinued, the information below is for reference purposes only.
- SKU: 176814
- , EAN: 0708326910460
- , UPC: 708326910460
- , Mfr: EZ-UP-UNIVERSAL
- , Brand: Apricorn
Apricorn EZ Upgrade Universal Hard Drive Upgrade Kit Features
- Shipping Weight: 0.87lb
- 2.5 inch SATA or PATA/IDE hard drive support
- 3-step upgrade process
- Use old hard drive in EZ Upgrade case for backup and/or external storage
- USB 2.0 interface
- Enclosure can house up to 9.5mm hard drives
- Apricorn's Upgrade Suite Software CD:
- Apricorn's EZ Gig II Cloning and Imaging software for Windows
- ShirtPocket SuperDuper! for Mac
- Worry free 3 year warranty
- Data Transfer Rate: Up to 480 Mbps
- Power Supply: Bus powered from USB port, or from PS2 auxiliary power cable or included AC Adapter
- Physical size: 19mm X 84mm X 148mm (0.75” X 3.3” X 5.8”)
- Weight: 6oz.
- Approvals: FCC & CE Certified, KCC, BSMI
- Plug-n-Play: No drivers required for Windows XP, ME, & 2000
- Hot Swappable: No need to power down, just plug it in
- Warranty: 3 years limited
- Hardware Requirements: PC-compatible computer with Pentium CPU or similar (Apple notebooks with USB supports external enclosure only), 32 MB RAM, USB port (USB 2.0 port required for optimal performance), CD-ROM, CD-RW or Floppy drive
- Supported operating systems: Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT Windows 2000, Windows XP , MacOS 8.6 or greater (enclosure only)
- by Karl
- Friday, April 04, 2014
Apricorn ist the best
Eine bequeme und sehr leichte Datensicherung ist mit diesem Teil möglich!
- by Miketgd
- Saturday, March 30, 2013
EZ Hard Drive UpgrademKit
Reasonable price and easy to use, especially for a technical idiot like me. Upgraded a 320 Gb Laptop Harddrive to 500 gb in four hours. No problems/lost data so far.
- by DavidM
- Thursday, January 03, 2013
More people should know about this kit
This did exactly what it claimed: I put a new, larger hard drive in the case, loaded the CD, clicked a couple of options and then the whole hard drive was cloned to the new one. I then replaced the old with the new hard drive to get exactly the same system down to the smallest detail, except with much larger free disk space. It's exactly what's needed to replace a laptop/notebook hard drive. The only question is why it takes a bit of searching on Amazon and Google to find it. It should be top of the list when searching for "replace/upgrade laptop hard drive".