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Sabrent USB 2.0/ESATA TO 3.5 Inch IDE or SATA/SATA II Aluminum Hard Drive Enclosure Case with Cooling Fan (EC-UEIS7)
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- Supports any Standard 3.5 inch Serial ATA or IDE Hard Drive
- Ultra Light Aluminum Case
- Easy access on PC or Notebook
- Supports 480Mbps high-speed data transfers
- Built in Cooling Fan to reduce Heat,Hot-swappable,Supports Wakeup ability
- Requirements : Windows 98SE/2000/ME/2003/XP/Vista/win 7/8 MAC OS X
- Supports hard drives up to 2TB.
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|Item Dimensions||8 x 10.25 x 2.5 in||3.5 x 10.25 x 7.5 in||1.6 x 7.1 x 4.8 in||7.64 x 4.65 x 1.22 in||7.6 x 10.5 x 2.5 in||3.5 x 7.25 x 4.75 in|
Connect any 3.5″ IDE/PATA or Serial ATA/SATA Desktop Hard Drive externally to your computer through an available USB 2.0 port or eSata port. Transfer data quickly and easily through USB 2.0 at speeds of up to 480Mbs, or utilize the newer eSATA interface to read and write large files up to 3Gbs per second. The Sabrent enclosure is constructed from durable aluminum, to ensure heat dissipation, protecting your drive from overheating; and large screws make for easy assembly. A perfect solution for data transfers or data backup!
* Supports Standard Desktop 3.5″ SATA or IDE Desktop Hard Drives.
* Ultra Light Aluminum Case provides heat dissipation.
* 80mm Cooling Fan.
* On/Off power switch.
* LED light indicates Power and Activity status.
* Hot-swappable, plug and play, no drivers needed.
* Reverse compatible with USB 1.1.
* Available USB 2.0 port or eSATA port on the computer.
* Windows: 2000/XP/Vista/7/8 (Both 32-bit & 64-bit versions)
* MAC: OS X
What's in the box?:
* EC-UEIS7 Hard Drive Enclosure.
* Power Supply.
* IDE Power Cord.
* USB 2.0 cable.
* Screw set with screw driver.
Top customer reviews
Installation was a little confusing at first, due to poorly written instructions. I kept trying to pull off the IDE connections from the board. They apparently do not detach from the board - I probably could have forced them off or cut the cords, but I didn't want to void the warranty or damage the case so I just tucked them away on the top and on the bottom of the board.
The case came apart easily and allowed me to insert my drive into the case. Installing my SATA hard drive was a breeze, but for some reason (probably the excess cables crammed on the top of the board) I had a hard time getting the back panel of the case to screw in correctly. It was also almost midnight and I was half asleep, so I'm chalking it up to user error.
My favorite part of this case is the fan - my hard drive is humming along nicely at 35°C, versus my piece of junk enclosure that I was using before running my hard drive at 50-52°C, even after I had drilled holes in the case to help dissipate the heat.
The transfer speeds were about what you would expect on a USB 2.0 data transfer - I sent a 50GB file transfer through from my internal drive to this case and saw an average speed of 25 MB/s, which is what I was expecting given my current PC setup.
Bottom line - this hard drive enclosure is the best bang for your buck, and will do a fantastic job of keeping your hard drive cool. If you don't have one yet, buy this case. If you do have this case, buy another one. If you have two already, buy a third and send it to me! :)
Of course there were first a couple of screws to take off to remove the lid and later put it back on but a convenient little screwdriver was included with a small instruction leaflet. I like that it has a fan although it still runs a couple degrees warmer than the internal hard drive of the computer I attached it to. There are bright blue lights running while it is on and it has a power on and off button on the enclosure so you can keep it attached via usb without running it all the time. Although when you turn it off while there is a program open you may wonder if it is a safe thing to do but so far so good. Sometimes it makes a little noise like hard drives sometimes do, nothing unusual. I was really pleased with this purchase. In comparison to another hard drive enclosure that I have for a laptop hard drive that is just a basic enclosure this one seems more deluxe with the fan and the more sturdy casing. So it does not feel as steady as an internal drive but for an external drive it does really well. Data transfer works and eventually I will wipe it to have extra free storage space for something like photos. It just shows up as another disc in My Computer in Win 7.
A couple of negatives, none of which are show stoppers, but could be troublesome for those unfamiliar with these things.
The description and the instructions mention it having a screwdriver included - there was no screwdriver. Luckily I already have one, someone else might not.
The Instructions don't mention that you need to secure the drive in the enclosure with the included screws (they were actually included), nor do the instructions tell you how to take the enclosure apart far enough to do that. There is a screw for each of the narrow side panels on the back of the enclosure. Unscrew these, and push backward on the panels. They should lift off. You definitely should secure the drive in the enclosure.
With a SATA drive, the cable for the IDE drive presses up against the drive and tends to unseat the drive from its connection. Also, since the drive is removable, it's also portable, and I could see where transporting the drive would jostle it loose. Again, not a huge deal, but potentially an opportunity to lose data, or just generally cause a headache.
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