Finally *REAL* eSATA

A.k.a. eSATAp.

What kind of moronic committee, who's mysteriously silent on eSATAp (when others have to step in and fix failures behind your back, yes, you do deserve epithets) designs a connector for external HDDs, as well as other external devices, that does not provide Power by default, especially after USB has been doing it for years.
Probably too little, too late. Still, I'd rather have eSATAp with a $15 bracket & cable, than USB 3.0 for external HDDs. When transferring data, the most straightforward solution is always the best.

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