- Brand Name: elago
- Model: EL-FW-Adap
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The supplier is fast and efficient and the unit does waht it supposed too.
This was a great deal and helped us get our 38 new classroom macs backward compatible with students's older 400 firewire external hard drives drives.
I ordered the elago FireWire 400 to 800 Adapter for Mac and it work perfectly.
I have a small Iomega FW400 drive that I had photos on, that I wanted to hook to my new desktop Mac that has FW800. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Loren
I've had Apple computers since the mid-80s and welcomed the higher speed of FireWire. Now that they've gone to a still faster cable, rather than purchase all new cables, I found... Read morePublished 10 days ago by John K
After months of looking for a product that can solve the Firewire issue with my new MacBook (800) where i cannot connect my ZR850 Canon with DV Output (400), finally this adapter... Read morePublished 20 days ago by eNeOe
Quick and reliable conversion from Firewire 400 to Firewire 800.Published 23 days ago by William A. Averill
Great adapter but a bit wide when using it next to other cords on my laptop. Happy to not have to buy a bunch more replacement cables. Could be more of a snug fit.Published 1 month ago by Rico Rodriguez
`Works with a scanner that only has Firewire 400 on it. Plug and play. No hassles or worries. Highly recommendedPublished 4 months ago by Scott Sheppard
This product works great, and is reasonably priced. It arrived fast, worked as soon as I put it in, and allowed me to access an older hard drive with my newer computer. Read morePublished 4 months ago by L. Cowgill
works as expected. no issues. bout to convert an older device to a newer mac mini. no issues found. 1Published 6 months ago by mastan8
The plug must be perfectly straight into the jack with no tension at all. If it moves, it will lose connectionPublished 6 months ago by Brian