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ICY DOCK MB492SKL-B, MB491SKL-B, and MB973SP-2B Drive Bays
Author: Richard Jackson
Manufacturer: ICY DOCK
Source: ICY DOCK
Purchase: eBay.com
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December 23, 2015

ToughArmor EX MB491SKL-B:

The ICY DOCK ToughArmor EX MB491SKL-B is shown in the promotional image below...

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And the following list summarizes the key features and specifications, as found on the official product page...

Model Number : MB491SKL-B
Color : Black
Device Interface : Single 22pin SATA (Support SAS single channel)
Drive Fit : Single 2.5" SAS/SATA HDD/ SSD
Compatible Drive Heights : 7mm to 15mm
Host Interface : Single 7pin SATA
Device Fit : 3.5" front device bay (floppy bay)
Transfer Rate : Up to 6 Gb/sec. (depending on hard drive speed)
Power Input : Single 15pin SATA power port
Insert& Extract connection Via : Direct SAS/SATA hard drive connection
Structure : Full metal
Drive Cooling : Metal heat dispersion
Power Indicator : Solid green LED
HDD Access Indicator : Flashing amber LED
Drive Security : 2 segment key lock + thumb screw lock
Dimension (L x W x H) : 101.2 x 25.4 x 138mm
Weight : 386g
Package contents : Device, user manual, screws, keys, drive ID plug

Overall the MB491SKL-B is pretty much the same thing as the MB492SKL-B, except with one large door instead of two smaller doors since it holds one drive instead of two. We will take a closer look at the device in order to cover what it has to offer and how it is a bit different than the 2-drive version.

The MB491SKL-B is also sold in a rather generic looking brown cardboard box with all black graphics and text. The product is well detailed on the packaging, so you would definitely know what you are getting, even without actually seeing the device itself. Inside the box you will find the MB491SKL-B, the user manual, screws, drive bay keys, and another set of drive ID plugs. These plugs didn't make sense to me with two drives, but make even less sense to me when there is just one drive - unless they are expecting you to get additional drive trays to be swapping in and out of the same housing.

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