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eSATA is an External SATA Cable. In most cases, the type of connector would be considered an I shape, not an L shape. Normally, your standard SATA Hard Drives will have an L shaped connector on them, and the internal sockets on your motherboards will also have an L shape connector, with the exception of a socket designed for eSATA, which should have an I shaped socket. Also, to the best of our knowledge, the SATA Drive Enclosures would have an I shaped connector on them, and so would the backplanes, or the fronts of the cases with an eSATA connector.....they should be I shaped. Because of this we actually sell a few different eSATA cables. Generally, besides the shape of the connector, there is extra shielding on the eSATA cables, making them thicker, and they can go farther (6 feet). We carry eSATA cables that have I to I, or I to L, and even L to L so that you could place a drive outside your case without an enclosure, and without a specifically labeled eSATA port. If you think you need a new cable for the newer faster drives, you should know that the new 6Gbit/s drives do not require a new cable to achieve that speed. Please ask if you have any questions as to which kind of cable you need.