Enough talk about all that the Orico NVMe M.2 enclosures can do, let us take a look at them. The first thing we see when we get them is naturally the packaging. Both of them showcase the included casing on the front along with the most important feature highlights. This includes UASP, Type-C connector, and the material used.
The rear side has a little more information such as the specifications of the enclosure. This includes materials, controller, port, and more.
The sides don’t have a whole lot of information, but here are a couple of images of them anyway.
Once we open up the package, we see the enclosures presented. The transparent version is wrapped in an extra piece of thin plastic while the aluminium version comes as it is. All the accessories are located below the top layer.
Taking everything out and we see that we get a complete package. We start with the PCM2-C3 here which is the aluminium version. We get two connector cables along with the enclosure, one for the classic Type-A USB ports and one for the modern Type-C ports. There are a couple of small manuals to get you started too. The whole package is rounded off with the necessary screws to mount a drive inside as well as a small screwdriver. All you need yourself is the drive to install.
The TCM2-C3 content is very similar. There are fewer screws, but all you need. There are a couple of thermal pads too which you can use to connect the inserted drive to the built-in heatsink.
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