Difference between revisions of "ESATA Port"

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Select ThinkPads have a eSATA Port. eSATA provides a faster external storage interface then USB, but does not provide power so eSATA devices require an external power supply.
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Select ThinkPads have a eSATA Port. eSATA provides a faster (wider bandwidth) external storage interface than USB, but does not provide power so eSATA devices require an external power supply.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 00:47, 14 January 2018

Select ThinkPads have a eSATA Port. eSATA provides a faster (wider bandwidth) external storage interface than USB, but does not provide power so eSATA devices require an external power supply.

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