Novatech HDD Docking Station for 2.5" and 3.5" SATA HDD - USB3.0 - Black for £12.98 @ Novatech
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Novatech HDD Docking Station for 2.5" and 3.5" SATA HDD - USB3.0 - Black for £12.98 @ Novatech

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Sloth/Mod
Found 15th May 2012
Novatech HDD Docking Station is perfect for large volume data offloads, digital video recording, surveillance, audio editing (no fan so noiseless), external storage, or a simple way to swap storage between your hard drives.

Features
LED Indicator for HDD
High-Speed Data Transfer Rate (Up to 5Gbps via USB 3.0 Connection)
Easy Install and Eject Hard Drives
Plug-in and Play
Supports 2.5" and 3.5" SATA I/II Standard HDD

8 Comments

Seems quite a good deal, very tempted! Although i'm not too bothered at the USB3 one so the USB2 one for £8.98 might be a better option for me
Edited by: "Max-Power" 15th May 2012

+£2.39 postage unless you can collect.

Im being really dumb here.....480Mbps megabits per second not bytes. how many bits per byte, or in english please its too early for quantitive methods (and english aparentiliy)

splatsplatsplat

Im being really dumb here.....480Mbps megabits per second not bytes. how … Im being really dumb here.....480Mbps megabits per second not bytes. how many bits per byte, or in english please its too early for quantitive methods (and english aparentiliy)


8 bits in a byte - USB uses 8b/10b encoding so only maximum of 80% efficient so for USB2 480 Mb/s is a maximum transfer rate of 48 MB/s or in the real world around 35 MB/s.

Cold. This is the higher price hey charge. It fluctuates between £12.98 and £8.98 regularly.

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softpurple

Cold. This is the higher price hey charge. It fluctuates between £12.98 … Cold. This is the higher price hey charge. It fluctuates between £12.98 and £8.98 regularly.



Fail..

The two different prices are for different products..

good price!

pimpMe

Fail..The two different prices are for different products..



Fail..

Your reply just makes you look like a jackass.

Alternative:

pimpMe

The cheaper model is for USB 2.0 whilst this is actually for 3.0



Ah your right, I must have missed that. Fair enough.
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