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New Purchase - GEMINI CD-311 IDE/SATA Enclosure


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Political User
I love this enclosure, mostly because it's black, but man is it sexy!

  • Device Type
  • External
  • Type:Interface Type
  • IEEE 1394 (FireWire) / Hi-Speed USB
Expansion / Connectivity
  • Expansion Slot(s) Total
  • None
  • Port(s) Total (Free) / Connector Type:port(s) Total (Free) / Connector Type Port(s) Total (Free) / Connector Type
  • 1 Storage ATA-133
  • Expansion Bay(s) Total
  • 1 Internal 5.25"
Expansion / Port(s) Required
  • Slot(s) Required
  • None
  • Port(s) / Connector(s) Required
  • 1 Hi-Speed USB, 2 IEEE 1394 (FireWire)
  • Bay(s) Required
  • None
Software / System Requirements
  • Operating system
  • Apple MacOS 9.0 or later, Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP
Storage Controller
  • Storage Controller Supported Device Type:Supported Device Type
  • CD drive, DVD drive, Hard drive
  • Storage Controller:Controller Interface Type
  • ATA-133
  • Power device type
  • Power adapter


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Political User
I don't really enjoy spending money, but there are a lot of things I have been doing lately that require these tools. The main reason why I bought this is because I have come across a few machines that are 110% dead lately, and it's the easiest way to recover data from HDD's without opening one of my rigs to slave it.

I also picked up an enclosure yesterday for laptop hard drives, which is really sleek. I got this because Erica's laptop died and I need to get stuff off the HD.

It's just out of need bro, out of need.


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Political User
I only paid about 30 bucks, plus S/H. But the extra cost is worth it for me since it's black, and does SATA/IDE which I really needed.

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