Make sure enclosure is sata2, 2 1/2 in and that the interface is what you need to interface with the computer you are connecting to. esata or USB3 are good choices, usb2 would limit your performance considerably.
Looking at specs you have
"(1) USB 2.0 compliant / e-SATA port with PowerShare" You would want to use the esata. This brings up power, will need a brick (external power), or an adaptor Power-from-a-usb port.
Your Intel G2 only requires 160mW active (typical), a Usb port can supply a MAX of 2.5 W. Note: many people indicate enclosure does not work - the reason is they are trying to power it from the usb port and a mechanical HDD may require up to 5 W which excceeds the USB 2.5 Watt max limit.
Here are two others that meet your needs
(1) Plus - Comes with a USB power cable, no power adaptor (Just pick up a 5V adaptor made for plucking int a usb extender. neg - seems to have a high 1/2 egg rating, But some of the poor ratings are individuals using a HDD that requires more power than can be provided from a USB port!!! http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductReview.aspx?Item=N...