Sharkoon SATA QuickPort Home Download Drivers and Manual

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Company
Sharkoon
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Sharkoon SATA QuickPort Home
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Data sheet
Language Driver
English
Size Driver
183Kb
File Name
datasheet_en_16540.pdf
Info
With its slim size, the SATA QuickPort Home assumes the look of a classic HiFi device due to its brushed aluminum front panel, which covers the entire display, and its black finish with round, silver foot stands.

Behind the front panel of the SATA QuickPort Home, two push-to-open slots for 3.5 and 2.5 inch SATA hard drives are hidden. As with our other QuickPort models, handling is quite simple: Mounting the hard drive is not a time consuming endeavour, but merely inserted into its appropriate slot. The disk disappears completely into the housing. A preinstalled, temperature regulating fan ensures that the hard drive does not overheat during operation.

For external connections, an eSATA and a USB2.0 port are also provided. In addition to the two hard drive bays, the SATA QuickPort Home is equipped with a card reader for SD/SDHC, MMC and MS memory cards, and two USB ports on the front and backside so that data from digital cameras, USB sticks, external hard drives, or perhaps even more QuickPorts can be attached. The front signals the operating status with the help of a blue LED display.
Company
Sharkoon
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Sharkoon SATA QuickPort Home
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Data sheet
Language Driver
German
Size Driver
183Kb
File Name
datasheet_de_99318.pdf
Info
With its slim size, the SATA QuickPort Home assumes the look of a classic HiFi device due to its brushed aluminum front panel, which covers the entire display, and its black finish with round, silver foot stands.

Behind the front panel of the SATA QuickPort Home, two push-to-open slots for 3.5 and 2.5 inch SATA hard drives are hidden. As with our other QuickPort models, handling is quite simple: Mounting the hard drive is not a time consuming endeavour, but merely inserted into its appropriate slot. The disk disappears completely into the housing. A preinstalled, temperature regulating fan ensures that the hard drive does not overheat during operation.

For external connections, an eSATA and a USB2.0 port are also provided. In addition to the two hard drive bays, the SATA QuickPort Home is equipped with a card reader for SD/SDHC, MMC and MS memory cards, and two USB ports on the front and backside so that data from digital cameras, USB sticks, external hard drives, or perhaps even more QuickPorts can be attached. The front signals the operating status with the help of a blue LED display.
Company
Sharkoon
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Sharkoon SATA QuickPort Home
Description
Manual
Operating Systems
Manual
Language Manual
Multilingual
Size Manual
878Kb
File Name
manual_international_pdf_10238.pdf
Info
With its slim size, the SATA QuickPort Home assumes the look of a classic HiFi device due to its brushed aluminum front panel, which covers the entire display, and its black finish with round, silver foot stands.

Behind the front panel of the SATA QuickPort Home, two push-to-open slots for 3.5 and 2.5 inch SATA hard drives are hidden. As with our other QuickPort models, handling is quite simple: Mounting the hard drive is not a time consuming endeavour, but merely inserted into its appropriate slot. The disk disappears completely into the housing. A preinstalled, temperature regulating fan ensures that the hard drive does not overheat during operation.

For external connections, an eSATA and a USB2.0 port are also provided. In addition to the two hard drive bays, the SATA QuickPort Home is equipped with a card reader for SD/SDHC, MMC and MS memory cards, and two USB ports on the front and backside so that data from digital cameras, USB sticks, external hard drives, or perhaps even more QuickPorts can be attached. The front signals the operating status with the help of a blue LED display.
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