Sabrent Unveils 10Gbps EC-NE30 USB-C Enclosure For M.2 2230 NVMe SSDs

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Now Available For Around $20!

[Press Release] Sabrent’s EC-NE30 USB-C enclosure provides an easy and convenient means to connect 2230 PCIe NVMe SSDs to various devices through USB-C connections.

With support for Windows and handhelds like the Steam Deck, this enclosure offers a plug-and-play solution to expand your storage. According to Sabrent, SSDs like the Rocket 2230 and Rocket Q4 2230 are best suited for the enclosure.

Users should also note that PCIe M.2 SATA drives are not supported.

Sabrent EC-NE30 USB-C PCIE NVMe SSD Enclosure
The EC-NE30 Works Best With A USB 3.2 Gen 2×1 Port.

The enclosure supports 10Gbps transfers through the USB 3.2 Gen 2×1 interface for maximum speeds. Sabrent also confirms backward compatibility with older USB-C ports to ensure support across a wide range of devices.

The EC-NE30 enclosure is made of durable aluminum and ABS construction to meet Sabrent’s high standard of durability. Not only is the enclosure lightweight and easy to carry, but it also offers unparalleled protection for 2230 NVMe SSDs.

Packing all of these compelling features and more, the Sabrent EC-NE30 is now available on Amazon and can be purchased for about $20.

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