• StarTech.com Shielded External eSATA Cable - eSATA cable - Serial ATA 150 - eSATA (M) to eSATA (M) - 3 ft - black - ESATA3
  • StarTech.com Shielded External eSATA Cable - eSATA cable - Serial ATA 150 - eSATA (M) to eSATA (M) - 3 ft - black - ESATA3
  • StarTech.com Shielded External eSATA Cable - eSATA cable - Serial ATA 150 - eSATA (M) to eSATA (M) - 3 ft - black - ESATA3
StarTech.com Shielded External eSATA Cable - eSATA cable - Serial ATA 150 - eSATA (M) to eSATA (M) - 3 ft - black - ESATA3
StarTech.com Shielded External eSATA Cable - eSATA cable - Serial ATA 150 - eSATA (M) to eSATA (M) - 3 ft - black - ESATA3
StarTech.com Shielded External eSATA Cable - eSATA cable - Serial ATA 150 - eSATA (M) to eSATA (M) - 3 ft - black - ESATA3

StarTech.com Shielded External eSATA Cable - eSATA cable - Serial ATA 150 - eSATA (M) to eSATA (M) - 3 ft - black - ESATA3

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  • 3 Ft Shielded External eSATA Cable M/M
  • Easy to install and use
  • Constructed with top quality components

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Works just fine I got a WD My Book AV DVR Expander in April 2014. Reading the reviews for it before ordering it, several mentioned that the eSata cable that comes with the Expander is not that good, so I ordered this StarTech eSATA cable at the same time as the Expander. And a good thing: as I was setting up the Expander, I somehow lost the cable that came with it! I have no idea how, but I never did find it. But I had this eSATA cable and used it. It worked just fine and has been for six months now. But I have no idea if it is any better than the original cable, as I never hooked up the Expander with that one. But I am giving this StarTech cable five stars, if for nothing else than saving me from my own absentmindedness. 5Was impressed when I opened the envelope. It was VERY THICK cable. This probably wasn't made in China. The quality was amazing. I don't normally write reviews for small ticket items, but if I ever need additional cables for computer products, I will certainly buy from the manufacturer. Plugged it in, fired up my Hard drive and Whoop, there it is. Thank You. 5The Price Is The Best Part... What consumers get charged for cabling of all sorts borders on the criminal. It costs next to nothing to manufacture, yet most most stores want to charge you 30, 40, 50 dollars or more for the simplest cable, justifying it by solemnly warning that buying anything "inferior" will degrade performance, etc. And that's a load of B.S. Reality is that unless you're stringing together supercomputers, a basic no-name cable works just fine.And that brings us to this. No fancy clam-shell package. No marketing burden. No gold plated anything. Just a simple six foot eSata cable in a plain plastic bag. And yes, it works just fine to play HD/Blu-Ray movies and programs off an external drive through a 64 bit Windows 7 computer and on to a 1080p big screen. No jitters. No pixelation. Nice and smooth.This is a very good value for the money and kudos to Amazon and the manufacturer/reseller for offering up a bit of tech sanity. 5Beefy. A bit too beefy. But seems reliable. Beefy. A bit too beefy. Does not easily twist to rotate for a connector that's not in the same orientation as the cable end unless you have at least 24" of free cable; then it still wants to flip itself back over. If you do n't have a generally unobstructed cable run, this can be tricky to attach/detach devices whose ports are not uniformly oriented. 4Failed Out Of The Package I bought both an esata card and a 3ft cable to control my 4 bay Icy Dock enclosure. I spent 2 days troubleshooting, trying to figure out why the card wasn't working - I knew the Icy Dock worked - and the cable looked fine. Finally, I unpackaged a 6ft long esata cable and *BOOM,* all 4 drives showed up on my screen. Swapped cables back and forth to make sure it wasn't just a connection problem. Nope - bad cable. I've had problems with Star-Tech before. Their QA is for crap. 1Works fine, plenty of length. This eSATA cable works just fine connecting my computer to a 4-bay ProBox (ProBox 4 Bay Hard Drive Enclosure for 3.5-inch hard disk drive - USB 2.0 & eSATA). The price was right and it lets me keep the drive enclosure across the desk from the CPU which works better with how my desk is setup.My only complaint - and it's a MINOR one - is the plastic jacket of the cable is shiny and a little stiff. So it looks & feels a little cheap. It doesn't affect the performance at all, just pointing it out.I don't know if this cable is truly capable of reaching the speeds specified (though I cannot imagine why it wouldn't). I'm running it on an interface that's only capable of 1.5Gb/s speeds even though it's a SATA II interface (it's a PCIx 1x card). 3not messed up These eSATA cables work just like they are supposed to. The build quality seems to be OK.Anyways, there isn't much that can be said other than I plugged the cable in and everything worked fine. The system itself is an older DirecTV DVR with a crapped out internal drive. Being that I own the DVR, I just bought an external hard drive enclosure and plugged into the DVR's eSATA port. I had a mystery crash so I bought a new enclosure and eSATA cable, plugged 'em in, and everything worked. Testing revealed that the old cable was fine, it was the enclosure that had died after about 4 years.Anyways, this cable does what it is supposed to. 5Recommended I have a seemingly unlimited number of computer cables, but missing from my collection was the one I needed, an external eSATA for an archival drive. For such a purpose dependability is important so I didn t want to buy just any old cable. That s why I chose a StarTech, they always seem to be a cut above the no name brands. I was actually surprised at how well this one was made. The connectors fit snugly in the corresponding ports and make perfect contact and data transfer is exactly what I expected. If the choice is between this one and a brand I never heard of this is the one I recommend. 5Great eSATA cable, useful length, but no locks on the ends. This eSATA cable works just as it should. I have it attached to the eSATA port on my Motherboard and to a Mediasonic ProBox with 2 3TB WD Red drives installed. The computer picked them up no problem, and transfers data a the specified 6 Gbits/s for SATA III. There isn't a tab lock on the ends though, so they will come out very easily if disturbed, so try not to bump the cable when the drives are running. It is 6 foot long, which is what I needed since my Hot Swap box is about 4 feet away from the computer to make it easier to swap out disks, 4Still working after 4 days.... Thought I needed a cable to go along with a new external drive enclosure (it came with one, but I didn't know that, plus this one is longer).The ends plug in and feel solid. The cable is just like the internal SATA--flat and flexible in one direction and kinda stiff in the other. I suppose you'd expect that from the picture. Connected the drive and the computer fine. 5
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Works just fine I got a WD My Book AV DVR Expander in April 2014. Reading the reviews for it before ordering it, several mentioned that the eSata cable that comes with the Expander is not that good, so I ordered this StarTech eSATA cable at the same time as the Expander. And a good thing: as I was setting up the Expander, I somehow lost the cable that came with it! I have no idea how, but I never did find it. But I had this eSATA cable and used it. It worked just fine and has been for six months now. But I have no idea if it is any better than the original cable, as I never hooked up the Expander with that one. But I am giving this StarTech cable five stars, if for nothing else than saving me from my own absentmindedness. 5Was impressed when I opened the envelope. It was VERY THICK cable. This probably wasn't made in China. The quality was amazing. I don't normally write reviews for small ticket items, but if I ever need additional cables for computer products, I will certainly buy from the manufacturer. Plugged it in, fired up my Hard drive and Whoop, there it is. Thank You. 5The Price Is The Best Part... What consumers get charged for cabling of all sorts borders on the criminal. It costs next to nothing to manufacture, yet most most stores want to charge you 30, 40, 50 dollars or more for the simplest cable, justifying it by solemnly warning that buying anything "inferior" will degrade performance, etc. And that's a load of B.S. Reality is that unless you're stringing together supercomputers, a basic no-name cable works just fine.And that brings us to this. No fancy clam-shell package. No marketing burden. No gold plated anything. Just a simple six foot eSata cable in a plain plastic bag. And yes, it works just fine to play HD/Blu-Ray movies and programs off an external drive through a 64 bit Windows 7 computer and on to a 1080p big screen. No jitters. No pixelation. Nice and smooth.This is a very good value for the money and kudos to Amazon and the manufacturer/reseller for offering up a bit of tech sanity. 5Beefy. A bit too beefy. But seems reliable. Beefy. A bit too beefy. Does not easily twist to rotate for a connector that's not in the same orientation as the cable end unless you have at least 24" of free cable; then it still wants to flip itself back over. If you do n't have a generally unobstructed cable run, this can be tricky to attach/detach devices whose ports are not uniformly oriented. 4Failed Out Of The Package I bought both an esata card and a 3ft cable to control my 4 bay Icy Dock enclosure. I spent 2 days troubleshooting, trying to figure out why the card wasn't working - I knew the Icy Dock worked - and the cable looked fine. Finally, I unpackaged a 6ft long esata cable and *BOOM,* all 4 drives showed up on my screen. Swapped cables back and forth to make sure it wasn't just a connection problem. Nope - bad cable. I've had problems with Star-Tech before. Their QA is for crap. 1Works fine, plenty of length. This eSATA cable works just fine connecting my computer to a 4-bay ProBox (ProBox 4 Bay Hard Drive Enclosure for 3.5-inch hard disk drive - USB 2.0 & eSATA). The price was right and it lets me keep the drive enclosure across the desk from the CPU which works better with how my desk is setup.My only complaint - and it's a MINOR one - is the plastic jacket of the cable is shiny and a little stiff. So it looks & feels a little cheap. It doesn't affect the performance at all, just pointing it out.I don't know if this cable is truly capable of reaching the speeds specified (though I cannot imagine why it wouldn't). I'm running it on an interface that's only capable of 1.5Gb/s speeds even though it's a SATA II interface (it's a PCIx 1x card). 3not messed up These eSATA cables work just like they are supposed to. The build quality seems to be OK.Anyways, there isn't much that can be said other than I plugged the cable in and everything worked fine. The system itself is an older DirecTV DVR with a crapped out internal drive. Being that I own the DVR, I just bought an external hard drive enclosure and plugged into the DVR's eSATA port. I had a mystery crash so I bought a new enclosure and eSATA cable, plugged 'em in, and everything worked. Testing revealed that the old cable was fine, it was the enclosure that had died after about 4 years.Anyways, this cable does what it is supposed to. 5Recommended I have a seemingly unlimited number of computer cables, but missing from my collection was the one I needed, an external eSATA for an archival drive. For such a purpose dependability is important so I didn t want to buy just any old cable. That s why I chose a StarTech, they always seem to be a cut above the no name brands. I was actually surprised at how well this one was made. The connectors fit snugly in the corresponding ports and make perfect contact and data transfer is exactly what I expected. If the choice is between this one and a brand I never heard of this is the one I recommend. 5Great eSATA cable, useful length, but no locks on the ends. This eSATA cable works just as it should. I have it attached to the eSATA port on my Motherboard and to a Mediasonic ProBox with 2 3TB WD Red drives installed. The computer picked them up no problem, and transfers data a the specified 6 Gbits/s for SATA III. There isn't a tab lock on the ends though, so they will come out very easily if disturbed, so try not to bump the cable when the drives are running. It is 6 foot long, which is what I needed since my Hot Swap box is about 4 feet away from the computer to make it easier to swap out disks, 4Still working after 4 days.... Thought I needed a cable to go along with a new external drive enclosure (it came with one, but I didn't know that, plus this one is longer).The ends plug in and feel solid. The cable is just like the internal SATA--flat and flexible in one direction and kinda stiff in the other. I suppose you'd expect that from the picture. Connected the drive and the computer fine. 5
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