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Who says new and old can’t get along? With Tripp Lite’s P952-003 SATA to eSATA Transition Cable, you can connect newer eSATA devices to older SATA ports without having to install an internal adapter in your computer. Unlike cut-price cables and adapters, the P952-003 is manufactured to exacting specifications, using superior materials, for a difference you can clearly see. And we back our pledge of quality with a lifetime warranty.
This 3-foot SATA to eSATA cable allows newer eSATA devices to be connected to older style SATA ports, eliminating the need to install an internal adapter. The P952-003 is the ideal solution for transferring data from one drive to another. It supports transfer rates of up 6 Gbps.
If you’re looking for a simple, cost-effective way to connect newer eSATA devices to older SATA ports, look no further than the P952-003.
The P952-003 is manufactured using top-quality materials. The cable is fully shielded to protect against EMI/RFI line noise. The 7-pin SATA and eSATA connectors are designed for long life and durability. This cable is manufactured in compliance with strict RoHS specifications, reflecting Tripp Lite’s commitment to environmental responsibility. For peace of mind, it comes backed by a lifetime warranty.
Accept no substitutes! Make sure your premium Tripp Lite cable “ships from and sold by Amazon” in its original Tripp Lite packaging. This is your assurance that the cable you purchase will deliver the high-end performance you expect. And if you don’t see this packaging, it’s not a genuine Tripp Lite cable!
Works perfectly with my internal hard drives (that are in an external case). I have another cord as a power supply and you'll need that to get a sata hard drive working. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Devlyn MacKinnon
Very rigid and inflexible cable but working really good. I get speeds of average 25 Mbps but can go upto 35 Mbps. A lot better than USB 2.0.Published 1 month ago by Spirit_Level
1 Tab on the 5 I ordered broke off, and now one hard drive is always getting disconnected.Published 1 month ago by Rohan Roy