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Akasa DuoDock X2 USB 3.0 Dual Clone Docking Station For SATA HDD/SDD Drives!

Friday, November 18, 2016

If you are looking for a convenient way to clone and transfer data from one disk to another on different Windows computers, you need a small dock workstation like the Akasa DuoDock X2!

Windows 10 compatible
The Akasa DuoDock X2 docking and clone station fits neatly on a desk and allows you to easily connect to your computer to offload data or transfer data (speeds up to 80 megabits per second) between two hard disk drives, or from a solid state drive (SSD) to a standard hard disk drive (HDD), as well as to clone two drives that are exactly the same.
The Akasa DuoDock X2 docking and clone station fits two hard disk drives (3.5-inch or 2.5-inch) or one hard disk drive and two SSD drives, and features two ejector buttons, power button LED and LEDs to indicate activity of data going forwards and backwards.
ejector mechanism ejects both HDD and SDD drives
The hard disk drive 1 (HDD1/source) is where you grab the data from to go into hard disk drive 2 (HDD2/target).
The back of the Akasa DuoDock X2 features a DC 12 V port, USB 3.0 port (USB 2.0 backwards compatible), PC/Clone switch and LED button.
back of the DuoDock X2
As soon as you power on the DuoDock X2 clone docking station and put your disks in, you wait around 60 seconds for the disks to get up to speed (until the LEDs turns on blue (HDD1) and green (HDD2). Once data is transferred or clone to the target disk, the HDD1 and HDD2 LEDs will show blue and red.
inside the box
1.5 meter long cable
rubber feet at the bottom

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