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The KINGWIN TL-202U-BK is a tool-less external enclosure for 2.5" SATA hard drive. Just connect it to your computer via a USB cable and you can turn your internal hard drive into external hard drive with up to 480Mbps data transfer rate. The four side rubber stands help the drive withstand accidental bumps and reduce vibration for quiet operation.
Pros: Compatable with Nintendo Wii, requires no additional power input, and dirt cheap. It holds the drive very tight (no loose parts when you shake it).
Cons: LED is in the back, but considering how bright it is, may not be a bad thing.
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Pros: Tool-less, simple to use, portable, great value
Other Thoughts: Bearing in mind that this type of product can't protect a drive that well, for a cheap & portable drive option, you can't beat it.
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Stay Away, Far Away
Pros: Cheap, USB 3.0...
Cons: Cheap plastic construction. The female port on the enclosure did not work without fiddling with the wire. When it finally stopped plugging and unplugging itself, it lost connection completely. It is now a useless pule of trash.
Other Thoughts: Go with a Silverstone enclosure. I own two and they've seen the worst of the worst. Also, Vantec's $7 enclosure is reliable if speed isn't a concern.
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“Tool-less, simple to use, portable, great value”— 6/15/2012
“Compatable with Nintendo Wii, requires no additional power input, and dirt cheap. It holds the drive very tight (no loose ...”— 11/3/2012