All aluminum fanless design
Silver body with graceful curve
Screwless design easy to install 3.5" SATA HDD without tools
Datatransfer Meter with blue backlight to indicate digital signal
Fully support SATA2 eSATA standard
SATA to eSATA interface - the best performance
Compact mount easily to stand
Transfer speed up to 3Gbps
Why eSATA?
What is eSATA ?
Initially SATA was designed as an internal or inside-the-box interface technology, bringing improved performance and new features to internal PC or consumer storage. Creative designers quickly realized the innovative interface could reliably be expanded outside the PC, bringing the same performance and features to external storage needs instead of relying on USB or 1394 interfaces.
Called external SATA or eSATA, customers can now utilize shielded cable lengths up to 2 meters outside the PC to take advantage of the benefits the SATA interface brings to storage. SATA is now out of the box as an external standard, with specifically defined cables, connectors, and signal requirements released as new standards in mid-2004. eSATA provides more performance than existing solutions and is hot pluggable.
- Extra shielding layer to reduce EMI
- Recessed connector to prevent ESD
- Fully support hot-plug. (Motherboard or controller also have to support)
- Provides easy way to replace, upgrade or expand storage without downtown
- Native SATA interface at 3Gbs transfer rates also supports Native Command Queuing (NCQ) to get the most performance from PC technology
- Up to 6 times faster than USB2.0 & IEEE1394
 
DA Meter with blue back light Graceful Mirror Coating
Stylish Metal Design Easy Click install w/o tools
Fully Anti-shock protection Easy stand foot
Support 3.5" SATA HDD eSATA Port

   
   
     
Muse Serigraphy Metal Polish Design Skid Proof Rubber Standing Foot
Tt Serigraphy Black Mirror Coating DA Meter with Blue Back Light Drawing Interface
eSATA port Power Connector Power Switch Easy Click Button
 
 
 
 
 
   
eSATA PCI bracket
 
eSATA Cable
 
Power Cable
 
Installation Guide