|UltraBay Type||featured in||available drives (see UltraBay Devices for details)|
|UltraBay||355, 355C, 355Cs, 360, 360C, 360Cs, 360P, 360CE, 360CSE, 360PE, 370C, 750, 750C, 750Cs, 750P, 755C, 755CE, 755Cs, 755CSE, 755CV, 755CX, 760C, 760L, 760E||, 2.88 MB diskette, PCMCIA Cartridge, IBM Wireless Modem ARDIS, IBM Wireless Modem|
|UltraBay Thick||755CD, 755CDV, 760CD, 760E, 760ED, 760EL, 760ELD, 760LD, 760XD, 760XL, 765D, 765L, SelectaDock I, SelectaDock II||, 2.88 MB diskette, PCMCIA Cartridge, IBM Wireless Modem ARDIS, IBM Wireless Modem|
|UltraBay II||770, 770E, 770ED, 770X, 770Z, SelectaDock III|
|UltraBay FX||390, 390E, 390X, i Series 1720, i Series 1721|
|UltraslimBay||600, 600E, 600X, UltraBase, Portable Drive Bay|
|UltraBay 2000||A20m, A20p, A21e, A21m, A21p, A22e, A22m, A22p, A30, T20, T21, T22, T23, Dock, Dock II, UltraBase X2, Portable Drive Bay 2000|
|UltraBay Plus||A30, A30p, A31, A31p, R30, R31, R32, R40, T23, T30, UltraBase X3||, WorkPad Cradle, Numpad|
|UltraBay Slim||T40, T40p, T41, T41p, T42, T42p, T43, T43p, T60, T60p, Z60t, UltraBase X4, UltraBase X6, ThinkPad X4 Dock||, Serial/Parallel Port Adapter|
|UltraBay Enhanced||R50, R50p, R51, R52, R60, Z60m, Z61m ThinkPad Advanced Dock|
- UltraBay: no hot swapping
- UltraBay Thick: Thicker version of UltraBay to support CD-ROM drive
- UltraBay II: supports hot swapping, blending has cut out edge on the right
- UltraBay FX: the combined Floppy drive and CD-ROM, DVD or CDRW mechanism found in the 390/390E/390X
- UltraSlimBay: supports hot swapping; Frame, rectangle like blending
- UltraBay 2000: supports hot swapping; Frame, blending has cut out egde on the right
- UltraBay Plus: same as UltraBay 2000, but can take the UltraBay Plus Device Carrier which in turn can hold the UltraBay Plus c500 Cradle or the UltraBay Plus Numeric Keypad
- UltraBay Slim: supports hot swapping; notably thinner than UltraBay 2000, cut out right edge in blending
- UltraBay Enhanced: supports hot swapping; slightly thicker than UltraBay Slim, but accepts UltraBay Slim devices
The pinout switching is done by the BIOS and hardware, so that it is completely transparent to the operating system.
- Floppy drives are supported by the standard floppy driver.
- ZIP drive support is possible through the ide-disk driver.
- IDE hard disks and optical drives are supported by the ide-disk or ata_piix driver in the linux kernel. SCSI emulation via ide-scsi is possible.
- Batteries are automatically handled by the hardware, but can be controlled further by using tp_smapi.
- UltraBay Plus devices should be handled by the USB subsystem, but if the actual devices are is not known.
A CDRW/DVD-ROM Superdrive (scavenged from a Mac iBook) will fit in an Ultrabay 2000. The original face won't fit in the bay, leaving a bare metal front. When the drive spins up, it blows a lot of air out. Maybe that's an anti-dust measure?
See also How to hotswap UltraBay devices.
- IBM originally used the spelling UltraBay with a capital B and later switched to Ultrabay with a lower b. We are sticking with the capital B here.