Re: External enclosure and hard drive compatibility
Should be fine. SATA III is backwards compatible with SATA II; will just run at the slower speed. Although, you're going to be restricted by the USB 2.0 transfer speed, so either way it doesn't matter.
As long as the enclosure can handle 1TB drives (some can't handle 1TB and larger), you'll be fine.
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