What to do with spare MyBook USB 3.0 enclosure?

The USB 3.0 interface on the 3 TB MyBook I bought failed almost immediately, connecting only as a USB 2.0 device after just one day.

Since then, I bought a different enclosure, removed the 3 TB drive from the MyBook, installed it in the new case, and have been using the drive as a USB 3.0/eSATA device.

I had already bought a longer cable for use with the MyBook.  So now I have a still-sorta-functional MyBook enclosure, AC adapter, and both 4’ and 6’ USB 3.0 A-to-micro B cables, but no use for them.

Is there anything useful I can do with this stuff?  I hate to throw away hardware that still mostly works.  I just can’t think of anything else that uses that weird Micro-B connector.

Unless someone wants the USB board for some reason, I believe I’ll just toss everything but the cables and power supply.

The MyBook’s wall wart puts out 12 v, 1.5 A and is compatible with a different external enclosure, so looks like I have a spare.