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RAIDSONIC Icy Box Ex USB3.0, M.2 SATA SSD Docking & Cloning Station,

£25.00 inc. VAT

In stock

SKU: IB-2812CL-U3 Categories: ,


Enclosure is used but in very good condition .May have light marks or slight signs of use. Packaging will have some cosmetic damage.  Sold with 90 days return to base warranty. immediate shipment/Collection. VAT invoice provided.

Upgrade Made Easy

What is better than a large data storage in your computer? Right, an even bigger one. And the IB-2812CL-U3 will support you so that the upgrade by copying the files or even cloning your operating system does not become a nerve-racking test. Simply insert the desired M.2 SATA SSDs into the external case and – you decide – use it as an external hard drive or as a clone station.

Functional Design

The design is kept extra simple and serves to maximize functionality. No unnecessary bells and whistles, no frippery. Air intake and materials have been chosen to ensure adequate passive cooling. Who wants to hear a fan from the case of noiseless SSDs?

Cloning 4.0

Of course, this cloning station also supports bit-by-bit cloning, so bootable SSDs can easily be duplicated. The cloning does not even have to be connected to a computer.

Installation? Extremely simple!

With a click-and-go function you can change M.2 cards quickly and easily. Instead of using a screwdriver to screw in two SSDs incl. spacers, simply put on the SSD holder and click it into the IB-2812CL-U3. That’s it.


• External enclosure for M.2 SATA SSDs.
• Interface to host computer: USB 3.0 Type-A, with up to 5 Gbit/s.
• Tool-less assembly of both SSDs.
• Bootable SSD cloning, even without PC (standalone).
• Creates an identical copy of your SSDs without a computer.
• B-Key socket for B-Key or B+M-Key cards.
• For two M.2 SATA SSD, 22x 30/42/60/80 mm.
• Connection of a 5 V power supply possible (not included) for use without a USB port.

Additional information

Weight 1 kg
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