FEU3NS-1 USB 3.0 HDD External EnclosureDelicate and simple appearance, precise and high quality crafting, unique ergonomic appearance and structure, light and convenient to carry; Standard USB 3.0 interfaces on both ends of the cable, easy and fast data access and transfer.
Suitable for memory expansion with laptop PC; film, image and media processing, data exchange between computers in business, education, and household; quick and easy data backup.
●Suitable for 9.5mm and below thickness 2.5'' SATA HDD; Converts any 9.5mm & 7mm 2.5'' SATA HDD/SSD into an external hard drive for ultimate mobility and convenience; Built-in foam pad, protect hard disk effectively.
● Compatible operating systems with Windows 2000/Windows Me/Windows 98/ XP /Vista/ 7/ 8, Mac OS 9.1/10.8.4 above; Backward compatible with USB 2.0 /1.1 connections.
Package● A USB 3.0 HDD Case;
● A USB 3.0 Cable (About 70cm);
● A User Manual
● High-quality standard USB 3.0 interface with long service time; Easy to use power switch offers protection to hard drives; Tool free, No Reboot and Additional Driver is needed, easy to install and disassemble; LED activity indicator.
● SuperSpeed USB 3.0 supports transfer rates up to 5 Gbps - The actual transmission speed is limited by the setting of the device connected; Support hot-swap,Plug &play.
Please NotePackage contains an extra foam sticker for 7 mm thickness hard drives, You should attach the sticker to the original one inside the lid before you insert the hard drive; 12.5 mm hard drives might be incompatible with this product.
Not knowing a lot about enclosures, I took a fair amount of time before choosing this product mainly because of the good reviews.For what it is, it's expensive but it is a decent product and arrived via Prime quickly.It came complete with a USB 3 cable and a pad.I have seen this enclosure under another brand that came boxed with a case.The lid in the unit I received was tight to get off but that was a good thing, installing the HD was simplicity its self, I used the enclosed extra pad for added security and packing.The enclosed USB 3 cable was longer then I expected and I was a bit concerned if this would cause connection issues but needn't have worried, worked flawlessly and the HD was found immediately under Win 7, once I had turned it on, It comes with a front on and off switch.There is a large bright, blue activity L.E.D, very pleasing.The HD feels secure within its enclosure and the lid nice and tight and took a bit of getting on using the spare packing pad.Expensive, yes, it is after all a plastic box, happy, very.
These are terrific. I have a Macbook Air, which means my hard drive is small, so I use a couple internal drives in these external cases to store my iTunes folder and iPhoto folder, and another one for backing up my data. They're super lightweight and easy to use. And the best part is the On/Off switch. It's so hard to find in HD cases with this feature. And it's USB 3.0! I would definitely purchase these again.
I bought two of these to upgrade my USB 2.0 enclosures. These work great and the connectors on the unit and cables seem substantial. Don't quite get why people have problems with the connector cables, USB 3.0 needs that connector, period.I am replacing aluminum cases with light plastic. At the price though, it is inexpensive enough to replace should they break. The HDD is the important part and most cases are not going to protect it from the forces induced by being dropped anyway. in fact, the more mass in the case the more force on HDD from the drop. Basic physics.No case I have seen offers any kind of isolation from drops to the HDD (cushioning) so yo are really at the mercy of the HDD manufacturer'sdesign specs.So, I am giving this case a 5 star. Oh yeah, I like the power switch so it can be turned off w/o disconnecting form the laptop to preserve battery power (USB 3.0 is a fair load).. Works GREAT in my Dell XPS 12 inch two in one. Nice to NOT require the pigtailed connector which ties up two USB ports (one for power the other for communication). But, on the Dell, one port only offer USB 2.0 and the other one give USB 3.0. If you look at the ports, they are physically different.
After 6 years of tender loving care, I managed to spill water on my 13" MacBook (the kind with the white plastic case... a classic). Though I tried flipping it over and leaving a fan on it for a few days, the logic board was fried and it would have cost me $500+ bucks to fix. I decided to just go ahead and buy a new MacBook Pro (it's so shiny and beautiful), but since I hadn't backed up my old MacBook in about a year, I was left with the issue of figuring out how to get all my data onto the new machine. There's a store in Seattle that'll do data migration for $150, but I wasn't willing to fork over that much money. When I heard that I could basically turn my old hard drive into an external HD, and for only 10% of the cost of taking it into the store, I was ecstatic!When the package came to my door, I immediately ripped it open and attempted to put my hard drive in, but I couldn't do it; there were some screws on my Hitachi hard drive that were bumping up against some little plastic tabs in the enclosure that wouldn't allow the hard drive to slide in at all, no matter how I angled it. However, I grabbed a variety of tools and clipped the plastic off and it worked just fine! I had to kind of shove the hard drive down on the end so that it would fit, but I wasn't ever too worried about anything breaking. The over-snugness of the enclosure is why I dropped down to 4 stars.It worked beautifully! I transferred ~22 Gb of pictures and another ~22Gb of video, which each took about 7-8 minutes. I transferred ~31 Gb of music in about 12 minutes. I'm super happy that I was able to get my files after the tragic water spillage without too much of an investment. Obviously I've never used one of these before so I don't have much of a comparison, but ultimately it did what I needed it to do and I'm pretty happy with it.
Edit and update below...Wow, ok, I ordered two of these to replace Toshiba cases on my other portable drives. Exact same sata drives, two different results.#1 The first case would not close around the drive, I ended up snapping off two of the plastic tabs fighting with it for over thirty minutes. I ended up smashing it together, then taping it together with duct tape. The ends are snapped together but the sides are bulging with literally 1/16th layer of tape around the case.#2 Sigh, I might as well try it I thought, removed the harddrive from the old case, slid it in, slide the cover on, snapped into place sealed perfectly in under 5 seconds.Edit: They sent a replacement and it snapped together great, must have been a one off or something. Changed to 5 stars!
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