Divide and conquer...
Any SATA HDD will meet your needs; all you have to do is decide which of the many offered by the major manufacturers you prefer.
Then buy an enclosure with an ESATA interface and install the HDD, a very simple procedure requiring a small Phillips screwdriver.
As an example of what is on the market in Denmark, this is what I bought because it has fan cooling and both USB 2 and ESATA. Newer models may have USB 3 and ESATA.