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    External USB SATA Drive Dock

    Make use of your spare SATA hard drives

    a7ea_sata_dual_drive-dockStorage is cheap – less than a dollar per gigabyte. Music and video are being archived at home by everyone from you to your grandmother. Consequently, hard-drives are being upgraded constantly, and quite a few of them end up getting discarded. Just because they’re small, though, doesn’t make them useless.

    Slip your spare hard drives into this USB dock and it mounts as an available volume on your Windows, Mac OS, or Linux computer via either a USB or an eSATA connector. Hot-swap with a new drive by pressing the center button on the base and jamming in a new drive.

    Making the dock even more awesome – it can connect equally well with big 3.5″ desktop SATA hard drives and 2.5″ laptop hard-drives. Choose between our dual-dock that can hold two drives, or the single-dock unit that holds a single drive.
    Features

    * Connects to one or two 2.5″ or 3.5″ internal SATA hard drives
    * USB or eSATA connectivity
    * Plug and Play
    * Transfer rates up to 480Mbps with USB 2.0
    * Transfer rates up to 3Gb/s with eSATA

    Via: Think Geek

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