What you need to know
- The new hot-swap adapter converts NVMe M.2 SSDs into U.2 SSDs.
- The adapter is made from metal for added heat dissipation.
OWC today announced the U2 ShuttleOne, an adapter that takes NVMe M.2 SSDs and converts them into hot-swappable U.2 SSDs for use in servers, gaming rigs, and just about anywhere.
Designed to make it easier for people to make use of super-quick U.2 storage, the adapters are also made of metal to aid in the dissipation of heat and, as a result, improve the longevity of the SSD that's encased within it.
The adapters are good for up to 8,000MB/s transfer speeds and prices start at just $44.99. That gets you a bare adapter, while you can also order one with storage already installed and ready to go, too. Prices start from $149 depending on how much storage you'd like.
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