Many computer users have excess files that they would rather keep somewhere else, that’s where this device comes in handy because it uses any old hard drive that you happen to get your hands on.
All you need to do is connect the device to the USB port and then connect the hard drive, these can either be 1.8”, 2.5” or 3.5” or if your are feeling adventurous then you can always add a SATA drive.
Connect USB 2.0 ports to any IDE or SATA drive:
◦2.5″ laptop IDE
◦1.8″ micro IDE
◦Optical drive that supports standard IDE or SATA connectors*
•AC Input: 100-240v/50-60hz
•DC output: 5v/12v
•Supports Windows (98se and up) or Mac OS (8.6 and up)
•Includes power supply, molex y-splitter, USB cable and drive dock
* Some “slim-line” optical drives use a modified SATA connector that won’t fit. Your mileage may vary.
Priced at $24.99
Source [Think Geek]