There are concerns outside of speed why someone would want a NVMe USB adapter.
- A user wants to upgrade NVMe storage and wants to clone the existing NVMe storage. Not an option for laptops and desktops with only one M.2 slot.
- Technicians or users who need to retrieve data stored on an NVMe drive. When the system the drive was pulled from is dead.
True you can do either with Thunderbolt. However, anything Thunderbolt is expensive or considerably more so than their USB counterparts. Most people don't even have a Thunderbolt port.
when trying to attempt to install it on the thunderbolt, on my mac. The issue is im trying to install it on my laptop and tends to slow it down?
do you know if there is an efficient way to speed up the process.