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Aluminium M.2 NGFF SATA SSD Enclosure USB3.0 $9.50 Delivered @ Shopping Square

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Aluminium M.2 NGFF SSD SATA TO USB 3.0 External Enclosure Storage Case Adapter

USB3.0 to NGFF M.2 Interface (Please Note: Not Compatible with m-key SSDs)
Transfer Rate is up to 6Gbp/s
Plug and Play
Directly Powered by USB, No External Power Supply Needed
It is Compatible with SSD Hard Disk, Which Has a 22mm x 30mm/42mm/60mm/80mm NGFF (M.2) Interface
Compatible with Windows xp/Vista/Windows7/8/8.1 /MAC/LINUX/UASP and above

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    Seems like a useful enclosure for the correction of 128gb m.2 ssds iv got

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    Note that this is for SATA m.2 drives, NVMe won't work

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      Even better actually think I've got 2 of them on hand..

      128gb windows 10 installer

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        Thatโ€™s quite a large Windows installer drive haha

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    Please help, will this enclosure compatible with the ssd from 2013 MacBook Air? Model A1466

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      I suspect not, but couldn't tell for sure.
      Little bit of research looks as if the A1466 uses and NVME SSD.
      The alternative unit on this website does support such an SSD.
      To be clear though i didn't find a clear answer, just websites talking about suitable replacements that happened to be NVME.
      If a macbook M.2 socket is like a PC's M.2 socket it does both PCIe and SATA so people could be suggesting an NVME unit to replace a SATA one.
      This is really a terrible and unreliable answer, but no one else as stepped forward so i thought i'd have a go.
      Have a bag of salt.

      Edit, looks like the M.2 NGFF might support both, M and B Keyed devices usually imply SATA, could be a red herring though.

      To be clear, this is the M.2 NGFF, not the M.2 NGFF (generic) option in the page that this OZB post is discussing.

  • +2 votes

    Like fitting a retired race car ๐ŸŽ๏ธ with a set of tractor ๐Ÿšœ wheels to get more mileage out of it