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ORICO M.2 NVMe/SATA USB-C 10Gbps SSD Enclosure US$23.09 (~A$31.24) Delivered @ Orico Official Store AliExpress


$2 cheaper than the last deal. Thanks Clear for title & description.

This M.2 SSD enclosure is Dual Protocol meaning that it supports both M.2 NVMe and M.2 SATA SSDs. It also supports USB 3.1 Gen 2 so the theoretical transfer speeds with a USB-C to USB-C cable is 10Gbps, making it perfect for fast file transfers with an NVMe SSD.

It's enclosed in a metal case for better heat dissipation, supports SSD sizes 2230/2242/2260/2280mm and capacities up to 2TB.

Ensure you select "Color: Dual Protocol-10Gbps" on the product page.

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  • +1

    really wish they made 2242 only enclosures.. there's a few M.2 NVMe 2242 drives that would make idea portable solutions.

    Thanks for posting though, tempted.

    • Sorry for noob questions: Did you mean this enclosure doesn't support M.2 NVMe 2242? How well the enclosure support current SSD drives?

      • +4

        I think they mean they wish there were drives which ONLY support 2242 so they would be very small (USB stick size).

        2242 is listed in the description, along with others.

      • +6

        2242 is shorter than the standard 2280 NVMe drive. The enclosure supports 2242 but it's unnecessarily large for it.
        A 2242-only enclosure would be better since it would be smaller and more portable.

        • +1

          Thanks guys! Looking for a versatile enclosure for most kinds of drives so this suits me well.

    • SSD CM42S M.2 2242 USB 3.1 Enclosure Kit, TS-CM42S https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B01N6HQS02/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_g... I saw these on Amazon has sata only connector though

  • Thanks! I have 1 Gen 3 NVMe lying around after I upgraded to Gen4. Now I can put it to use!

  • Anyone know if this has an ASMedia or JMicron chipset?

  • I got one from last deal for $15 delivered with tracking, different outer shape though. I think it got a JMicron controller.

    Still $19.94 delivered for some colours (also it may show some coupons for you which will give you a further discount) , select M key 10 Gbps NVMe, that's what I got from last deal for my SN550 1TB (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/645184)


    • +1

      Good price but that's M key only, not dual protocol like the one in this deal. Obviously not an issue if you're only using it with one drive, but it's not a strictly comparable product :)

      • Yes, can SATA drives support 10 Gbps (SATA max speed is 600 MBps, which is roughly 4.8 Gbps) ? I thought only NVMe can support that speed

        • +1

          It's more about flexibility. I have a mix of SATA and NVMe M.2 drives, so being able to use one enclosure for both is very convenient. If you're only using one type then a dual protocol enclosure is unnecessary.

          • @miarn: Ah, that makes sense :) I wanted to make a faster and cheaper external SSD than buying a T5 etc.

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