Pros: cheap, many interfaces,
Cons: cheaply made, unusual docking makes me not sure the drives are seated properly.
Other Thoughts: It's fine, I guess. It is really cheap. I have a few other cradles (I prefer them to hot swap bays or enclosures) that really grip that HDD and you are positive it is plugged in. This one is a little iffy on that point. The rounded slot for the drive I don't much care for. Every time I move this thing, it seems so flimsy.
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Severely flawed USB
Pros: Cheap. Esata seems to work fine up to 4TB.
Cons: USB only seems to work reliably up to 2TB.
Other Thoughts: I tried this dock on a Mac Pro 1,1 on Mac OS 10.7.5. I tried it with the onboard USB 2.0 ports, as well as a Sonnet allegro usb 3.0 card and a dynex eSATA card.
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SYBA, You forgot something...
Pros: Plug n play, OK data rates. Detects my formatted HDD just like I left it. This is apparently all it does, it is only a plug in and play device. See cons.
Cons: First off, in the newegg pictures and on the actual product it's self it has something called "PC Clone" above the large blue button. It also has % complete things all around the button. I would expect to be able to press this button and it take my computer hard drive and clone it. Well, apparently all this button has is a stationary blue on light, and all it does is turn the power on and off. I notice SYBA has another product exactly like this one that has the same feature, but 2 hard drive slots. Did they forget to remove the writing when they made the single one? I am starting to think... This is a major flaw. The actual box the item came in does not have this writing, and the large button simply has a label called "Power".
Other Thoughts: I e-mailed SYBA to figure out what's up with them printi
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