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Monday, July 20, 2009


1. In a typical IT savvy home,one would expect a desktop and a laptop today.So do Ihave that.I got my present desktop about 6 years back and have been since upgrading as and when I find an opportunity to make up with the race of not being left in obsolesence.Thus today I have about 6 IDE/sata based hard disks at my home that bear the back up and confine themselves to the shelves till they are required.

2. Once required,I attach them with the easily available USB to SATA or USB to the typical IDE port.Now when I do this,the table that I work on becomes a horde of wires with keyboard, mouse,power cable of this conversion kit ging bank intermingling with each other.To make this neater a new thing that I recently came across is the HDD DOCK STATION.More below :

3. The plug-n-play ready, high speed HDD Docking Station provides the user with flexibility, portability and performance. The unit supports both 2.5” and 3.5” SATA drives up to 1TB in size. The docking station is also hot-swappable using the USB2.0 and eSATA interfaces so it can be moved from computer to computer with ease for all your backup needs. If data integrity is your habit, then the HDD Docking is the perfect solution for you.

4. The dock is compatible with Windows and supports HDD upto 1 TB.

5. Thanks


  1. Liztek's HDD Docking Station is really best because supports all 2.5 and 3.5 inch SATA I, II, and III hard drives, solid state drives, and hybrid drives up to any capacity (6TB+).