Drive switching made easy

Subject: Storage | April 18, 2008 - 11:50 AM |
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Mitron's Duplus DUP-35 HDD Selector lets you switch between two hard drives with the twist of the wrist.  Unlike the USB docks, the Duplus requires you to shut the PC off to switch between modes; the modes being either drive singly or both active at once.  You can set up two completely isolated PC configurations for safety or privacy, or give yourself a dual boot machine without playing with LILO or any of the other tricks needed to get two OSs on one machine.  Drop by Overclocker's Online for a look at this handy little device.

"Mitron's HDD Selector is a very clever device which allows the user to switch hard drives when necessary. The unit was

very easy to install, and works flawlessly. The only drawback of this design is the limited control of two hard drives."

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