Sitting naked on the dock
Subject: Storage | February 26, 2008 - 12:59 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Ryan has finished his review of a very handy little product, the Thermaltake BlacX SATA USB docking station. This dock is a little different than ones we have seen before, it is designed to let you stick in uncovered drives into the slot at it's top. No screws, no buttons or clips, you just slide it in and away you go. Keep reading to find out more.
"The usage I have gotten out of this Thermaltake BlacX in just the past two weeks has made it
well worth the meager $35 investment required to purchase one. Any user that finds themselves
constantly on the lookout for extra storage, temporary or permanent, or even if you have some
extra internal SATA hard drives sitting around that you'd like to get some use out of, the BlacX
makes a perfect fit."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- Mtron MOBI 3000 2.5-Inch 16GB SSD MSD-SATA3025 @ Benchmark Reviews
- Thermaltake BlacX 2.5in and 3.5in HDD Dock @ BCCHardware
- VOX V1 750GB
eSATA/USB 2.0 External Hard Drive @ Pro-Clockers
- ATP Petito and ToughDrive mini Review @ Techconnect Magazine
- ADATA 2GB Mickey Mouse USB Drive Review @ Virtual-Hideout
- Hard Drive
Performance Comparison Guide @ TechARP
- Samsung's Spinpoint F1
hard drive @ The Tech Report
- A-DATA Classic C701 2 GB USB Flash Drive @ techPowerUp
Digital serves up 320GB on a Platter @ AnandTech
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