Thursday, December 18, 2014

iDsonix Super Speed USB 3.0/2.0 to SATA Hard Drive Docking Station Review

Have you ever had such experience of having to cracking open the case to set up a hard drive to transfer or delete the data to it or mounting a drive into an external chassis just for moving a disk? That is really a hassle. The hard drive dock actually makes all of the data transfer from old hard drive easier.

Hard drive dock station is now very common computer peripheral among PC users and even companies that involve storage of a large number of data. The HDD duplication facilitates us to clone a drive in a pinch without a computer. For those who often do some computer repairs, a HDD station is even more useful than the external hard drives, though hard drive dock station is much similar to regular hard drives in terms of their function. The HDD in the docking station can work without the help of adapter. In this case, we do not need to build the HDD into the computer. We can use SATA or USB to dock more internal hard drives.

For those who have to upgrade old computers while not throwing away the hard drives, a hard drive dock station is necessary. Never waste good hard drive space when you get a drive dock. Here I would love to recommend iDsonix USB 3.0/2.0 to SATA hard drive docking station, which is top rated and well received among users.

Like most docking stations, this hard drive dock does not require any setup, and there's no software to install, no additional driver or application to needed. All we need to do is to plug it and play it. Connect it to a computer via USB port, insert a hard drive and power it on. Our computer can recognize it. The hard drive dock is backward compatible with USB 2.0/1.1/1.0 and SATA I/II/ III. It can easily transfer data from the 2.5"/3.5" SATA hard drive or SSD to computer through USB 3.0. It is a simple, fast and cost effective solution for data recovery, drive imaging, and testing centers, or any environment that requires fast access to uninstalled or archived drives.

The hard drive dock can be hot plugged, which means we can remove or insert the hard drive even when the computer is still running. The USB 3.0 HDD dock can transfer data with a speed to ten times faster than USB 2.0.

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