EDGE Drive Bay Adapter for 3.5″ Internal – Black

EDGE Drive Bay Adapter for 3.5″ Internal – Black – 1 x 2.5″ Bay – SPCC


Many of today’s popular SSDs are available in a 2.5″ form factor. While ideal for upgrading notebook computers, many servers only accommodate the larger 3.5″ form factor, making a 2.5″ drive impossible to use.

Through extensive research and development, EDGE™ engineers designed a state-of-the art installation bracket for server applications. The EDGE SSD Upgrade Kit for Server converts a 2.5″ SSD into a 3.5″ SSD, making it possible to install into a server that only accepts 3.5″ drives. Simply insert a 2.5″ SSD into the PCB of the supplied installation bracket and secure with screws (included). When finished, the side and bottom mounting holes of the bracket line up with that of a 3.5″ drive. The SATA connector of the bracket is offset to match the design specs of a standard 3.5″ SATA connector, which is critical for a successful install.

The bracket is made from durable SPCC steel and comes in a sleek, black finish. Ventilation holes on the bottom of the bracket provide extra cooling to the drive. All needed mounting screws are included. Ensure a perfect fit – make the EDGE SSD Upgrade Kit for Server a part of your SSD upgrade project.

  • Effortlessly transform bay drives to accommodate HDDs or SSDs, with the drive bay adapter
  • Takes minimal energy and effort to get installed internally
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General Features

Weight 0.2 kg
Dimensions 0.2 × 0.2 × 0.2 cm
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Technical Specifications

Brand Apple
Item Height 18 Millimeters
Item Width 31.4 Centimeters
Screen Size 13 Inches
Item Weight 1.6 Kg
Product Dimensions 21.9 x 31.4 x 1.8 cm
Item model number MF841HN/A
Processor Brand Intel
Processor Type Core i5
Processor Speed 2.9 GHz
RAM Size 8 GB
Hard Drive Size 512 GB
Hard Disk Technology Solid State Drive
Graphics Coprocessor Intel Integrated Graphics
Graphics Card Description Integrated Graphics Card
Hardware Platform Mac
Operating System Mac OS
Average Battery Life (in hours) 9