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Written by Nate Swetland - Edited by Olin Coles   
Sunday, 19 July 2009
Table of Contents: Page Index
Sunbeam SATA-IDE-USB Adapter
Features and Specifications
SATA-IDE-USB Adapter Closer Look
Adapter Usage
Final Thoughts and Conclusion

Sunbeam SATA-IDE-USB Adapter

Many people keen on PC hardware find themselves having a few spare hard drives laying around. Also, may people in the IT profession might find that they have hard drives that need to be checked to see if there is any data on these drives, or whether these drives work at all. Often, it can be a royal pain to tear apart a working desktop, plug a drive or two in just to have to boot them each up individually to see what the status is. Many times, you have a SATA drive with no free SATA ports, or vice versa with IDE drives. And, even worse, you may have some laptop drives with no laptop around, or only desktop drives when you just have a laptop. In comes the Sunbeamtech SATA and IDE harddrive to USB Adapter. This little device claims to be able to solve all of the aforementioned dilemmas, plus a few more.


About the company: Sunbeamtech

Sunbeamtech is a fairly new name in the world of computer accessories. Back in 2000, they got into the game making CCFLs, and then further expanded into the scene by introducing other products such as PSUs, Cases, Fans, and other accessories. They focus on inexpensive, but quality products. They are based out of Taipei, Taiwan. More products and information can be found on their website,



# vice versa with IDE drives?Derek 2012-05-19 14:45
Did you really mean to say that you have "IDE ports with no free IDE drives?" Perhaps you meant to use another Latin phrase besides "vice versa." :)
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