USB 2.0 Adapter Converter for SATA HDD, conect any eSATA Device to your USB 2.0 Port!
USB 2.0 Adapter to any Native SATA 3.5' Drive from 80GB up to 1,500GB. Compatible with Windows ME/2000/XP/2003/Vista.
Adapter plugs directly to your usb 2.0 port on a windows based computer and provides one SATA port (with short cable) to connect directly into your SATA 3.5' HDD. Uses Jmicron Chip for Conversion. Real Life Test Results show a 12.9 GB file folder with 237 Files transfered in less than 10 minutes. Tested with WD/Maxtor/Seagate/Hitachi SATA drives.
USB2.0 to serial ATA translation. It includes the NEC USB2.0 Serial ATA PHY, Link, Transport. The Serial ATA physical, link, and transport layers are compliant to Serial ATA 1.0 ,This converter supports a SATA 1.5Gbps and SATA II 3.0Gbps data rate & USB2.0 480MHz data rate .
Dimension : 51 * 30 * 17 (mm)
Weight : 19g
With LED Indicated power
Power supply : USB port
need power : under 1W
Support Win-98se,Win-98me need driver
Support Win-2000,Win-XP and Vista No Driver Neede
Easy install & free driver
Max speed (Read + Write) : 29Mb/s
USB2.0 Specification compliant
USB2.0 newest chipset install
Serial ATA 1.0 Specification compliant
Automatic Serial ATA 1.5 Gbps and SATA II 3.0 Gbps speed negotiation
Support USB2.0 plug & play
Support Serial ATA hot-plug
Ultra low power consumption
Work for both AC and DC couple between the transmitter and the receiver
Speed :Win-98 .....Read >17 Mbyte , Write >14 Mbyte
Speed :Win-2000,xp .Read >27 Mbyte , Write >25 Mbyte
Convert USB2.0 to e-SATA interface
Furnish standard e-SATA port for external SATA device
USB 2.0 to eSATA Adapter
Converts any eSATA device or SATA device with converter cable to connect to any Notebook, Desktop, or Server with available USB 2.0 ports.
Connect eSATA device to high-speed USB 2.0 port
Connect SATA device to USB 2.0 port (requires optional
SATA to eSATA cable type "I" to "L")
Supports Hot-Swap & Plug-n-Play (Windows Me, 2000, XP, 2003 and Mac OS X and above)
Supports Software RAID feature in Windows and Mac OS X
Compact design with no extra power source required
Works on Notebooks and Desktops