Connect an external player to mac mini

I have a new mac mini. We have photos stored on an external hard drive. The component is a Lacie designed by F.A. Porsche.

The port looks like a side of the u. What do I need to connect it to the mac mini so we can import our photos, or at least show?

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ۏ is - what the on in the upper right corner?

It is a standard USB port on components

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