i-tec MySafe USB 3.0, External case for hard drive 3.5" SATA I/II/III HDD/SSD
i-tec MySafe USB 3.0, external case for connecting 3.5″ SATA disks up to 8TB volume to your PC, laptop, TV or other multimedia device through USB 3.0 interface. You can use the external case for data migration, backup or data recovery. USB 3.0 interface with speeds up to 5 Gbps. The solid aluminium construction ensures an effective heat dissipation and hard drive protection. HDD installation is very simple, it takes you just few minutes.
In case of installation problems, technical difficulties or incorrect device functionality, first check the possible solution in the FAQ tab.
Long product description: i-tec MySafe USB 3.0, external case for hard drive 3.5″ SATA I/II/III HDD/SSD, USB 3.0 interface, Data transfer rate up to 5 Gbps, Aluminium housing
Where to Buy
- External USB 3.0 enclosure for all 3.5” SATA I / II / III hard disk drives or SSD up to 9.5 mm high
- Max. HDD volume: 8TB
- Solid Aluminum body for excellent heat dissipation and hard drive protection
- Interface USB 3.0
- Transfer rate up to 5 Gbps
- Plug & Play
- Easy-to-access front power button
- Active LED to indicate power status and HDD status
- Power supply: 12V, 2A
- OS Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Mac OS X and higher, Linux, Android, Chrome
- Product size 191 x 110 x 35 mm
- Product weight 385 g
- Package size 207 x 194 x 54 mm
- Package weight: 689 g
Hardware requirements: notebook or tablet with one available USB-A port
Operating system: Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Mac OS X and higher, Linux, Android, Chrome
- External Enclosure for 3.5″ HDD/SSD
- USB 3.0 cable (80 cm)
- Power adapter 12V/2A
- Rubber stickers
- Set of screws for mounting
- User’s Guide
Question: The frame is not detected by the operating system.
Answer: Try connecting the device to another USB/Thunderbolt port (according to the frame type)
Question: The HDD is not visible in the system.
Answer: Make sure the HDD is formatted. Especially for a brand-new drive. You will find this information in the disk manager located in the device manager. You can also format the HDD here.
Notice! The formatting function always deletes the data. Therefore, back up your data before starting the drive formatting.