AKiTiO SK2-U31AS-AKT Neutrino U3.1 U3.1 Drive Enclosure - Desktop

MPN: SK2-U31AS-AKT
Highlights
  • Depth: 4.9
  • Number of Total Expansion Bays: 1
  • Product Type: Drive Enclosure
  • Condition: New

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AKiTiO SK2-U31AS-AKT Neutrino U3.1 U3.1 Drive Enclosure - Desktop

MPN: SK2-U31AS-AKT
Highlights
  • Depth: 4.9
  • Number of Total Expansion Bays: 1
  • Product Type: Drive Enclosure
  • Condition: New

Neutrino U3.1

Experience the speed, power and versatility of SuperSpeed USB 3.1 with the AKiTiO Neutrino U3.1 storage enclosure for 2.5 laptop drives and SSD's. The incorporation of the latest USB 3.1 Gen 2 technology provides users with super fast transfer rates of up to 10Gbps, twice as fast as USB 3.1 Gen 1 (5Gbps). Running on bus power alone and featuring the reversible USB Type-C connector, this external storage device is more portable and easier to use than ever.

Features

  • SuperSpeed USB 10Gbps (USB 3.1 Gen 2) interface
  • Supports Universal Attached SCSI Protocol (UASP)
  • Reversible USB Type-C connector
  • Designed for 2.5 drives up to 12.5mm
  • Supports SATA 6Gb/s (SATA-III) drives
  • Large heatsink for passive cooling
  • Durable, compact and portable
  • Bus powered

SuperSpeed USB 10Gbps (USB 3.1 Gen 2)

By incorporating the latest SuperSpeed USB 10Gbps (USB 3.1 Gen 2) technology, the AKiTiO Neutrino U3.1 is able to deliver up to twice the speed of the USB 3.1 Gen 1 connection which runs at 5Gbps. At the same time, with a corresponding USB-C to USB adapter cable, the device is still backwards compatible with the widely used USB 3.0 and even USB 2.0 technology.

Reversible USB Type-C™ Connector

This portable and compact drive runs on bus power alone without the need for external power. The reversible USB Type-C connector enhances ease of use for connecting USB devices with a focus on minimizing user confusion for plug and cable orientation.

Benchmark

Results will vary depending on the test environment and the drive but with an SSD, the USB 3.1 interface provides sufficient bandwidth to max out the performance of a single SSD. For traditional spinning hard disk drives, the faster interface makes no difference, because the drive itself simply cannot go any faster.