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19" eSATA Cable

eSATA to eSATA Connection
  • Hot Pluggable.
  • Ultra-flexible design allows you to route the cable where you want it to go.
  • Connects directly to SATA I/II enabled hard drive enclosures.
  • Shielded for compliance with the latest eSATA standards, which reduces radio frequency and electro-magnetic interference.

Product Specifications

Specifications

  • Length: 19 inches (0.5 Meter)
  • Data Transfer Rate: 400 Mbps
    • SATA I: 1.5Gb/s (150MB/s)
    • SATA II: 3.0Gb/s (300MB/s)
  • Connections: eSATA to eSATA

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Customer Ratings

Write a Review 4.3 / 5 2 out of 3 (67%) reviewers would recommend this product
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Reviewer: Mormota Location: Hungary Age: 45-54 Experience Level: Power User Owned Product: less than a month
Rating: 4/5 I am satisfied with the product February 11, 2017 Cable slim, form-stable, flexi. Cable match the image. Reduced price is perfect. Shipping costs perfect. 10 days to Europe/Hungary. (review online translated)

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Reviewer: Anonymous Location: Pinehurst, NC Age: 35-44 Experience Level: Power User Owned Product: less than a month
Rating: 4/5 It's an eSATA Cable May 5, 2015 Simply, it's an eSATA cable. If you need one, this'll do fine. Length is okay if drive (or whatever peripheral) is, for example, behind or beneath your desk. Personally, I have a back up drive enclosure stored on top of my Mac Pro. Cable is a perfect reach without too much extra to be tangled about. Transfer rates seem satisfactory and quality seems good.

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Reviewer: Anonymous Location: Boston, MA Age: Over 65 Experience Level: Power User Owned Product: over 6 months
Rating: 5/5 Part of my Thunderbolt-to-eSATA Connection Kit November 11, 2014 I have two OWC drives that can be connected via FireWire 800 or eSata (or USB 2.0, which doesn't count anymore), but our Late 2012 iMac uses Thunderbolt. The first thing I did was connect the iMac to the drives via an Apple-supplied Thunderbolt-to-FireWire adaptor, which worked fine in terms of I/O, but there was some kind of incompatibility in that whenever the iMac would go to sleep, the drives would not go to sleep but would be disconnected without first being ejected.

I bought two flexible eSata cables to connect a LaCie 2-port Thunderbolt-to-eSATA hub (the hub appears to no longer be sold by OWC) to the two OWC drives. The cables and the whole kit work fine and solved the disconnect problem. In addition, the flexibility of the cables was very helpful in our limited space. I was used to dealing with the typical stiff eSata cable, and for me the flexibility was worth the extra cost.

I would recommend this item to a friend!

NewerTech 19" (0.5 Meter) Ultra-Flexible eSATA to eSATA connecting cable Mfr P/N: CBLESATAF05M MacSales.com SKU: NWTCBLESATAF05M Lifetime Newer Technology Limited Warranty Ships: Same Day Only $12.95MacSales.com Price $4.99
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