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- Aluminum Enclosure
- Large Low RPM Quiet Fan
- eSATA Port (up to 3GB/s Transfer)
- USB 2.0 Port (up to 480Mbps Transfer)
- Works with All 3.5" SATA I and SATA II Drives
- Supports All Capacity Drives from 80GB up to 2,000GB
- LCD Display, Provides User with Drive Temperature and Fan Speed Control.
- ON/OFF Fan Switch Tempterature ALARM (set via LCD Screen by User)
- External AC/DC Adapter Rated for 4Amp 12/5V Combined
- Ultra Small Compact Design CoolBlue LCD Display and High-Gloss Front Panel Provides Nice Design to any Computer Workplace.
* Optional Back-Up Software for XP and Windows Vista (back-up button built into enclosure)
- Dimension 194(L) x119(W)x54(H) mm
- Support USB 2.0 to Serial ATA interface, transfer rate up to 480Mb/sec
- Support eSATA to SATA interface, transfer rate up to 3Gb/sec
- SuitAble for 3.5" SATA HDD
- Support Hot Plug,Plug and Play
- Drive enclosure made of aluminum alloy good for heat dissipation
- Built in 8cm cooling fan
- Power supply:Self - Power
- Power ON/OFF switch LED lights
- Power Cable & Adaptor 1PCS
- e-SATA Cable 1PCS
- USB Cable 1PCS
- CD Driver 1PCS
- User's Manual 1PCS
- Screwdriver 1PCS
|Compatibility||All Operating Systems|
|Supported Drives||1 Drive|
|Internal Interface||SATA 3.0G|
|External Interface||eSATA, USB 2.0|
Exceeded my expectations! Review by Marc Chamberlin
Price Quality Value
I have to admit, I was really impressed with the attention paid to all the details needed to install and use this product. (Although I am using it on a Linux system, not a Windows system, so cannot make a judgement about the included software) ALL of the screws, cables, and connectors, (including a small Philips screwdriver!) came with the kit. NICELY DONE!
Price was a bit high, but not unreasonable which is why I give the price 4 stars, and not 5. It appears to be well built, sturdy, and I like the bigger fan that is mounted directly over the underside of the drive where the electronics are. That should prove to be very effective at keeping the most sensitive parts cooler.
The instructions in the manual for installing a drive in the cooler case was easy to understand and follow, although there is one bit of information missing. The instructions do not tell the user what to do with the thermistor that measures the drive temperature. I know, from having used other drive coolers that this needs to be taped against the hard drive somewhere, and not underneath the fan. Users who have not set up drive coolers may not know this and may leave it hanging somewhere near the fan which would give a false lower temperature than what the drive temperature actually is. (Posted on 10/24/2012)