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The Emprex HDD Docking Station accommodates both 3.5" and 2.5" SATA Hard Drives with ease making your data and multimedia files easily accessible without the need of complex connections or drivers.

Features

Supports 2.5 and 3.5 inch SATA hard disk drives of any capacity.
Fast external access to the hard drive via USB port
Real speed up to 33 MB/s
Specifications

HDD Compatiblity Serial ATA 3.5" and 2.5"
USB port USB 2.0 and USB 1.1
AC-DC adaptor 100-240VAC input, 12VDC/2A output
Material Plastic
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cwhiz772y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
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Dave-T 6 Likes
MrPuddington
USB2.0 is a bit out of date. Cheap, yes, but only moderately useful, and soon to be obsolete.
Does that mean that one day soon my computer is going to throw up its computery hands and refuse to connect to USB2.0?

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twinsen#1
looks like an easy option
rehydrated#2
Thanks!
thedrisback#3
is there a adaptor that lets me also plugs in the older hard drives ie ide lead plug
Gollywood#4
thedrisback
is there a adaptor that lets me also plugs in the older hard drives ie ide lead plug

I need the same for a 3.5 IDE drive
shanks86#5
perfect been looking for something like this for years!!!!!
cwhiz77 2 Likes #6
Gollywood
thedrisback
is there a adaptor that lets me also plugs in the older hard drives ie ide lead plug

I need the same for a 3.5 IDE drive

check for item # 300753463388 on ebay
MrPuddington#7
USB2.0 is a bit out of date. Cheap, yes, but only moderately useful, and soon to be obsolete.
TroubleMaker411 3 Likes #8
MrPuddington
USB2.0 is a bit out of date. Cheap, yes, but only moderately useful, and soon to be obsolete.
A little exaggerated don't you think?

You use this for checking, cleaning and recovering busted hard drives, USB 2 is more than adequate.

OT.
Good deal, I paid over £30 for mine, but I can't live without it.
jukkie#9
shanks86
perfect been looking for something like this for years!!!!!
You couldn't have looked very hard, these things have been around for years...
I got a USB2/eSATA one almost 2 years ago for £20, still serving me well and is very useful if you store data on many bare drives (like I do).

Edited By: jukkie on Sep 18, 2012 19:56
Dave-T 6 Likes #10
MrPuddington
USB2.0 is a bit out of date. Cheap, yes, but only moderately useful, and soon to be obsolete.
Does that mean that one day soon my computer is going to throw up its computery hands and refuse to connect to USB2.0?
freebiehunter#11
MrPuddington
USB2.0 is a bit out of date. Cheap, yes, but only moderately useful, and soon to be obsolete.

you're joking right?
mhopley#12
Thanks, ordered one.
mercutio98uk#13
I do tend to instead buy a USB enclosure and remove the electronics. These work well but... a little bulky.
msharif911#14
I paid £25 for one of these (different but non famous brand) and have had no regrets whatsoever. Fill your boots at this price.
MrMarmite#15
cwhiz77
Gollywood
thedrisback
is there a adaptor that lets me also plugs in the older hard drives ie ide lead plug

I need the same for a 3.5 IDE drive

check for item # 300753463388 on ebay

Aha! Nice!
transmitthis#16
TroubleMaker411
MrPuddington
USB2.0 is a bit out of date. Cheap, yes, but only moderately useful, and soon to be obsolete.
A little exaggerated don't you think?

You use this for checking, cleaning and recovering busted hard drives, USB 2 is more than adequate.

OT.
Good deal, I paid over £30 for mine, but I can't live without it.

If you use it for backing up to a spare hard drive though, as I imagine many people do, then it is pretty slow.
It would also be slow for virus scanning, or recovering busted hard drives, as you put it.so maybe price out a usb3 one before wasting any money.....
You want at least the speed of your drive, fairly large hard drive will read/write at 80MB/s and up - this cheap item does so at around 30MB/s

Which ever way you slice it, a USB3 or firewire or thundebolt or a hotswap bay in your tower would be preferable unless your really short of cash and have lots of time.
K1LLER HORNET#17
Cheers, ordered :D

# 2% Quidco aswell.
Poodyboy 2 Likes #18
For anyone thinking about such things. Novatech do a USB 3 one for £12.93 (plus delivery); up to 5gps transfer rate if you have USB, backward compatible if you aren't there yet.

Novatech linky-thingy

Good price for this one too though.


Edited By: Poodyboy on Sep 18, 2012 20:33
inc#19
Cheers OP. Have a couple of spare hard drives knocking around that need wiping, and this is ideal.
Flipd 1 Like #20
MrMarmite
cwhiz77
Gollywood
thedrisback
is there a adaptor that lets me also plugs in the older hard drives ie ide lead plug

I need the same for a 3.5 IDE drive

check for item # 300753463388 on ebay

Aha! Nice!
Even nicer when it's cheaper:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/180976412421
and cheaper still if you search for similar and don't object to the foreign suppliers.

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