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StarTech.com UNIDOCK3U Noir USB Type-B
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- Description du produit: StarTech.com UNIDOCK3U
- Connecteur USB: USB Type-B
- Interfaces de disque dur soutenues: SATA
- Tailles de disques durs supportées: 2.5,3.5"
- Taux de transfert des données: 5 Gbit/s
- Tension de sortie: 12 V
- Courant de sortie: 3 A
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câble sata 15 cm rond avec clip sécurité
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
-This guy will connect to older IDE drives. If you still have older legacy drives, there are two external connector dongles for the power and 40 pin ribbon for these drives and works great.
-The top slot for SATA drives has a smaller opening to give guidance for 2.5" drives. Easier to put them in and a nice lever to eject them.
-USB 2.0 - This is nothing major but it is a consideration. You will kill yourself trying to find another with IDE support and be USB 3.0 simply because of age of the technology and need of the market.
This is not rocket science, this is a hard drive docking station. I would certainly buy it again if I needed another and we do own two of these but with IDE becoming near extinct, most users would probably be better off with something full SATA. We have another cloner from StarTech that acts like a dock as well and is USB 3.0 that is great as well.
1. Plug in a spare hard drive and do a PC backup using the StarTech as an external hard drive
2. With the StarTech you can transfer data from an IDE to a SATA drive
3. As an external drive, you can run diagnostics on a 3.5 or 2.5 Sata/IDE drive from your PC
4. It Utilizes the speed of USB 3.0 for all back and forth data communications
Don't know why I waited so long to purchase it! It has worked out perfectly for these tasks. Received the item quickly as always from Amazon. Highly recommend this product both as a tech accessory and external HD.
Honestly, I've been waffling over whether to buy one of these for fear that it would just be the same old thing I've been going through. I'm happy to say I was wrong and now wish I had bought one long ago. This is the barest of first impressions, though, so I may yet pull a Yosemite Sam.
Last night I copied about 40 GB of a customer's data from my server (W7 Pro 64-bit), where it was stored, to a 2.5" SATA drive formatted with FAT. (Basically, it's a 500 GB flash drive, if you think about it.) I used my old adapter and it worked just fine to get the data from my server. But when I connected it to the customer's netbook (W7 Home Premium 32-bit), sure enough, I had to initialize the drive. @#*&^?!
UPS delivered the StarTech docking station about an hour ago & I figured this is as good of a test as I can come up with. First, I carefully unpacked everything. Its adapters have adapters from the looks of it. Then I RTDM, not that it really needs reading. However, had those who wondered about drivers skimmed through they would have seen that any OS above 2000 needs none.
Anyway, it's pretty straightforward.
I plugged the backup drive into the station using the 2.5" slot in the top, making sure the connections lined up. Supplied power to the unit. (I used my own USB cable just in case it flopped) Connected it to the netbook and powered up the docking station. The 32-bit Windows recognized the drive right away. A minute or so later I'm copying data over! Awesome!
As I said, this is really my first impression. I have not yet tried an IDE/PATA drive though because the netbook has no optical drive I used an old IDE/PATA DVD drive to load Windows. I'll try that out a little later. If it doesn't work, I'll add to this post. If I don't, then you can assume it's bootable, too.
My needs for this device are pretty specific. I really don't need to clone drives or anything like that. But what I DO need is the ability to pull drives and run AV scans or back up data, etc. So far, this station works great for that purpose.