NEON 3.5" USB3.0 SATA External Desktop Hard Drive Enclosure - Black Edition



Key Features

  • 3.5" HDD Enclosure
  • High-speed USB3.0 interface
  • Supports up to 2TB SATA drives
  • Includes power supply and all necessary cables
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USB3.0 high-speed hard drive enclosure for 3.5" desktop hard drives. Supports SATA hard drives up to 2TB capacity. Cool slim design, includes docking stand, USB3.0 cable and installation kit.

Designed in stylish mirrored steel and acrylic materials.

Includes all necessary USB3.0 and power cables, power supply, screws. Connects to any PC or laptop via the USB port. Compatible with both USB3.0 and USB2.0 ports.

Ultra-fast data transfer is available when connected to a USB3.0 port.

Ideal for transforming any spare SATA or SATAII HDD to a useful external storage device. Can be used for backup and simply for adding more storage capacity to any computer. Supports 3.5" SATA drives up to 2TB.
Specifications

HARD DRIVE INTERFACE SATA/SATA II
PC INTERFACE USB3.0
FORM FACTOR 3.5"
DEVICE TYPE External Hard Drive Enclosure
DATA TRANSFER RATES USB3.0 speed - up to 5Gb/sec
USB2.0 speed - up to 480Mbit/s
HDD SUPPORT Supports 3.5" SATA hard drives, up to 2TB capacity
DIMENSIONS 205mm x 130mm x 32mm
WEIGHT 325g
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Windows XP
Windows Vista
Windows 7
Mac OS 9.x or later
ACCESSORIES INCLUDED Screwdriver + screws, stand, USB3.0 cable, power cable and power adapter (UK 3-pin connection)
SPECIAL FEATURES Mirrored stylish design
PACKAGING Plain box packaging
WARRANTY 1 years warranty
User Reviews

  • 1 reviews
Noel Donohoe
sata enclosure from Neon
December 7th 2010 Verified user
Looks good. Was very easy to assemble, but the USB cable is way too short. I had a 1TB SATA drive 3.5" that I wanted to use as an external drive. After assembling I could not see the volume in explorer so had to go into Disc Management to format and create Volume. > Right Click on My Computer and select Manage. From there go to Disc Management and format etc from there. Works a treet but the short USB means the drive has to physically be close to computer.

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