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Dual SATA Hard Drive Docking Station – all your storage needs in one dock


Wouldn’t be a week on the Ferret without something from Chinavasion. With this Dual SATA Hard Drive Docking Station, no longer will you be forced to choose between 2.5″ or 3.5″ external hard drive docks. Not only that but it has 2 drive bays, so you can duplicate hard drives, copy 2.5″ drives to 3.5″ ones or whatever you like. The panels behind the drives can also be used to screw the hard drives into place to “prevent” tampering.


You want more? I got more. There’s a selectable One Touch Backup button that lets you back up just the files, or the complete hard drive system. There are 2 USB slots, a selection of memory card slots, a SIM card slot AND just for lolz, an eSATA slot. It likes Macs, doesn’t like Linux and it comes with backup software, not sure what OS though. It hasn’t been released yet but I’ll let you know the price when I find out.

New dual SATA HDD docking station and multi-format memory card reader with OTB (one-touch- backup). Now with one thoughtfully designed unit you can instantly add hard drives to your computer system, hot-swap multiple disks, read all of todays flash memory cards (including TF and SIM cards), and backup you home or business computer with an instant OTB function.

Tags: gadget, dual+sata+hard+drive+docking+station, dual+sata+hdd+dock, dual+sata+hard+drive+dock, usb


  • Now all they need to do is make one that supports 2.5"/3.5" SATA I/II *AND* IDE! When that day comes, i'll probably maybe possibly buy one…

    • Hah, picky picky. :)

  • Didn't one of these docks output video as well at one point?
    I demand HDMI, and a coffee mug warmer on one of these docks!

    Well, I guess I could do without the HDMI…

  • whats the price and cnmlifstyle do a dual dock as well
    same problem no b****y price

    • Click through to Chinavasion Garry and you'll get the price in your local currency.
      It's currently US$48.

  • What size HDs does it support?

    • Supports both SATA 2.5" HDD and 3.5" HDD up to 2TB

  • Work in windows 6 64 bit?

    • sorry windows 7 64 bit

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