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FS: V-Disk Cutie OTG 2.5" aluminum HDD enclosure £22.00

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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months agoFeedback:61 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative
It's small (2.95 x 5 x 0.79-inches), cute, battery-powered, and uses USB 2.0 and USB On-The-Go (which means backups and offloads from devices and memory cards without a host PC).
Basically, you can plug in your digital camera and backup your pics then start all over again by deleting the pics on your card. Tested working with a 160gb 2.5" Hitachi Travelstar drive.
This is the enclosure only, you will need to add a 2.5" HDD for the use of. Comes with leads and a nice custom leather carrying case.
Looking for £25, but i'll listen to offers. Payment by Paypal, or BT.

Reduced to £22
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months agoFeedback:61 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative

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No probs Liddle
Hi mate, is this for sata?
Sorry, just USB2.0. Standard 2.5" HDD connector inside, mini usb2.0 port on the outside.
sorry mate, not sure I follow, what type of hard drive did was the one you tested in it? SATA or IDE, should say on the label,

I just checked on the Hitachi website and Travelstar drives only come in SATA variety. So it must be SATA then. I thought you were talking about the external interface ie. USB, Firewire, SCSI etc. Sorry for the confusion.
hi mate, I am interested, but just found this IDE Travelstar... If you can confirm categorically that it is sata, I might make an offer,


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According to the user manual it takes "2.5” IDE(PATA) HDD"

We got there in the end, so it's PATA and not SATA lol Is that the same thing?
I dont think it is mate. I'm no expert but I think the P in PATA stands for Paralell and the S in SATA stands for Serial. Different connectors I fear... Unfortuantely I require SATA for my old PS3 drive that I have replaced. Thanks anyway for checking mate, very much appreciated,

Anyone interested at £22?

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