Why are there so many external enclosures with eSATA ports? The only mac that I am aware of that has the capability to add an eSATA port is the Mac Pro. Yet the market is saturated with external enclosures with one eSATA and one USB3 port. How does one daisy chain such devices to create a RAID? You can't use eSATA because it's not a bus protocol. You can't use USB 3 because that's the only connection you have for your computer. Oh, forgot to mention that USB 3 is also known to cause severe interference with wireless devices i.e. Apple Keyboard/Mouse.