3.5" SATA to eSata USB 2.0 HDD External Enclosure £10.20 @ Safekom / Ebay
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3.5" SATA to eSata USB 2.0 HDD External Enclosure £10.20 @ Safekom / Ebay

£10.20eBay Deals
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Found 25th Apr 2012
I was looking for a cheap Sata enclosure that has an eSata port. I had a look on here, and on google, finally went to ebay and bought one of these.

I've bought things from Safekom before, various cables etc and they've always been ok.

Seems to be about half the price of other enclosures, I'll update when I have the enclosure and have tried it.

Oh and I know it doesn't list Windows 7 on there, but I'd wager (in fact I have since I bought one) that it will work just fine.

I know ebay links don't always work, so here's the item number and url in case.
item: 280758996496
url: ebay.co.uk/itm…496

They have silver too
ebay.co.uk/itm…453

Specs:
Color: Black
Supports 3.5” SATA HDD & most of the SATA devices
Suitable for hard disk type: 3.5" SATA HDD
Supports SATA HDD capacity up to 2TB
Solid Aluminum body for excellent heat dissipation
Double Oxygenated surface Treatment
Full PCB Inside
High quality external power adapter with dual voltage 5V/12V input
Interface: ESATA & High Speed USB2.0 (Compatible USB 1.1)
Transfer rate: 3Gbps(ESATA) / 480Mbps (USB 2.0) / 12Mbps (USB 1.1)
Power Switch for safety and convenience
No Driver Needed (Except in Win98)
Hot-Swappable with Easy Plug & Play
Quick and Easy Installation
Super slim and easy portability
Stable and shockproof
Supports Windows 98SE / ME / 2000 / XP / Vista / Mac OS 9.2.2 or above

Specifications:
Chipset solution: Jmicron 20336
Interface: High Speed USB2.0 (Compatible USB 1.1)
Data transfer rate: 3.0Gbps(ESATA) / 480Mbps(USB2.0) / 12mbps(USB1.1)
Power supply: external power supply
AC input: 100 - 240V ~50/60Hz
DC output: +5V–2A/+12V–2A
Shell material: Aluminum
Supports SATA HDD capacity: Upto 2TB
Never use ESATA port and USB port at same time
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Have you come across anything for the big old hard drives? I have a dead tower PC and wan't to get photos etc off the hard drive. Thanks
If you mean ide hard drives theres lots of caddys on ebay for around £8 upwards that let you access the hard drive via a usb slot in the caddy.
You might like this link Darkle its Safecom online store, its more for bulk buying though etradehouse.com/
Thanks guys, have found what I need
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speedypunkiemac

You might like this link Darkle its Safecom online store, its more for … You might like this link Darkle its Safecom online store, its more for bulk buying though http://www.etradehouse.com/



Oh hey thank you hah, but yeah I guess I'm just used to buying via ebay from these guys never thought to look for that.
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