Sandisk Solid State Conversion Kit - SDSSDCK-AAA-G27
Set Up a New 3.5-Inch SSD in Minutes
Easily upgrade to a solid state drive (SSD) with the SanDisk Solid State Drive Conversion Kit. This simple, do-it-yourself kit gives you all the hardware you need to replace your existing hard drive with a new SSD (not included, sold separately.) The kit comes with a 3.5-inch mounting bracket that can accommodate any 2.5-inch SSD. It also comes with screws, a 12-inch SATA cable, and a screwdriver, giving you all the tools you need for a quick and easy installation.
Simple Desktop Installation with Step-by-Step Guide
A helpful step-by-step guide makes it easy to install your SSD in a desktop PC. The installation process is straightforward: simply set your SSD on the mounting bracket, fasten the mounting bracket to your case using the screws, and connect the SSD to a power cable and your PC via the included 12-inch SATA cable.
Data-Migration Software Seamlessly Transfers Your Files
The included data-migration software simplifies the SSD conversion even further by automatically transferring your data to your new drive. The software seamlessly copies your files, applications, and operating system from your existing hard drive to your new SSD. This means you won't have to hassle with manual file transfer or application reinstallation.
The kit also comes with a SATA-to-USB cable for use when migrating data from your existing hard drive to your SSD.
Compatibility and Warranty Information
The included data-migration software is compatible with Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Mac OS X 10.2 or later. For PC, the kit requires a CD-ROM drive, 128 MB RAM, and a Pentium II processor or above. For Mac, the kit requires a CD-ROM drive, 64 MB RAM, and a PowerPC G3 or above. SSD installation requires an available SATA port.
The SanDisk SSD Conversion Kit is backed by a three-year limited warranty1.
Data-migration software installation CD, 3.5-inch mounting bracket, 12-inch SATA cable, SATA-to-USB cable, screwdriver, eight screws, and user guide.
1 As compared to 7,200 RPM SATA 2.5-inch hard drive. Based on published specifications and internal benchmarking tests.