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  • Effective

    posted by Kluster

    Can accept two hard drives at the timeSimple and effectiveMulti-card readerGood price
    Even though there are 3 slots it will only recognize two hard drives at the time. Copying files from one drive to the other will use USB both way so it takes forever.Simple to use, plug in the HDDs, hook it up the computer will see the drives.
    Good solution for backups or multimedia storage. As expected, works under Linux (tested with 2.6 and 3.* kernels) and MacOS. .
  • Very Nice

    posted by elrohir

    Easy to install and use. Convenient built-in memory reader. The material quality is pretty good. No need to use drivers to install (just to use the OTB)The quality is pretty good geneal
    The indicator lights could be better. Some finishes and plastics could be better
    I am very happy with the purchase. It's really good the disk cloning function can be used with the PC off
  • Does what it says on the box...More or less.

    posted by MisterBee

    Just works on WinXP-64. Hooked it up, and thats it. Seams S-ATA drives are limited to just over 20-22 000 kbyte/sek. Tested with a pair of drives (Seagate ST316002 3AS and Western Digital WD3200AAKS, 160 and 320GB)With a 2.5" P-ATA (Toshiba MK4018GAS) drive read speed is in the 15 000 kbyte/s range, and write maxed out at 8 000 kbyte/s. Not that impressing but that might very well be due to the drive. It's not that fast to start with. (It's partly due to being a 4200 rpm part)A 123.5Gb Hitatchi (IC35L120 AVV207-0) gets about the same readspeeds as the S-ATA drives, and write speeds are similar as well.
    The PSU has a blue power led to indicate power. It flickers randomly, but there have yet to be any issues with it. It's just one of those... "Iffy" things, if you know what i mean. It's also very light for a 12v 5A power source. For continual use i would pick up something else to power the drive bay with.
    Cheap. You get what you pay for to some extent. It's a fairly compact solution to get 3 external drives hooked to your system, with fairly good cooling since they sit out in the open. Or, if your like me, and rip drives out of systems for work purposes, testing and diagnose, then it's a LOT easier then having a multitude of drive bays to fit everything in. If it survives a year or even a few, it's a great item. But thats just it. If... It feels real cheap. No weight, and very thin plastics. Handle with care. Great if you got a good purpose for it.
  • Complete set for hard disk use

    posted by rndyka5o2wfje

    Easy to install with all the components. Easy to use. All cables inside, everything you need to put a lose hard disk in a case. Even a noob can fix this. Manual inside the packet...........................................................................................................................................................................
    Good quality/price. Stop searching, this is the real thing.
    Is good value. Use for 2 different types of hard disks. With all screws inside. No need to search for other things. Can't place horizontal of vertical.
  • No S-ata power cables

    posted by reusjep

    Cheaper than at any retailerFunctions just as goodMakes any harddisk externalDoes the same for any DVD/CD/BR drive.Supports S-ata as well as good old IDE for 2.5" and 3.5" harddisks
    None. Device does what it has to do.
    Good buy for the money. Too bad the S-ata power cables arent attached.

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