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StarTech.com SATA Hard Drive HDD Duplicator Dock - eSATA USB Hard Disk Drive Duplicator - 2.5 / 3.5-Inch Hard Drive Cloner

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  • Standalone cloning operation with LED progress indicator allows for creating 1:1 copies of hard drives without having to connect to a host computer.
  • On-the-fly switching from Duplicator to USB 2.0 or eSATA connectivity with the push of a button, allows a connected computer system to read/write to the drives.
  • A top slot-loading design and unique drive ejection mechanism provides quick and easy access to the data without having to install drives into an enclosure or tray.
  • Standalone Sector by Sector copying including the HPA
  • LED progress bar for duplication status
  • A single high speed eSATA host interface, with transfer rates up to 3Gbps
  • On-the-fly switching from Duplicator to USB 2.0 or eSATA connectivity with the push of a button, allows a connected computer system to read/write to the drives, Hard Disk Drive Duplicator - 2.5in / 3.5in Hard Drive Cloner
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Technical Details

Style: USB 2.0 & eSATA
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Product Details

Style Name: USB 2.0 & eSATA
  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 5.2 x 2.8 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003WV5DLA
  • Item model number: SATDOCK22RE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (206 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 28, 2012

Product Description

Style: USB 2.0 & eSATA

SATDOCK22RE Alternate View
Standalone cloning operation with LED progress indicator allows for creating 1:1 copies of hard drives without having to connect to a host computer
SATA Hard Drive HDD Duplicator Dock - eSATA USB

The SATDOCK22RE USB and eSATA Standalone Duplicator Dock lets you duplicate/clone an existing hard drive without the use of a host computer system, or can be connected to a computer system for use as an external hard drive dock.

Product Features & Applications
  • Standalone Sector by Sector copying including the HPA
  • LED progress bar for duplication status
  • Push-button switching between Duplicator mode and Docking Station mode
  • Patented hard drive eject push-buttons for each drive
  • A single high speed eSATA host interface, with transfer rates up to 3Gbps
  • Supports 2.5in or 3.5in form factor hard drives (HDD) or solid state drives (SSD)
  • Supports SATA revision 1.0/2.0 (SATA 150/300) drives up to 2.0TB in capacity
  • High speed USB 2.0 host interface, with transfer rates up to 480Mbps
  • Compact, desktop-style form factor
  • Hot-Swap and Plug-and-Play compatible
  • Disk sector imaging/cloning to create an exact replica of a source drive onto a different drive.
  • Quickly access data from a drive, without having to install it internally or into an enclosure.
SATDOCK22RE Alternate View
On-the-fly switching from Duplicator to USB 2.0 or eSATA connectivity with the push of a button, allows a connected computer system to read/write to the drives
Duplicate One 2.5" or 3.5" SATA Hard Drive to Another

As a hard drive duplicator, you can create an exact 1 to 1 sector clone from one hard drive to another, including partition and boot sector information and all data, at a rate of 72MB/second - ensuring data integrity and consistency for sensitive operations, such as data recovery.

As an external hard drive dock, the duplicator/dock supports plug-and-play installation and can be connected to your host computer through USB 2.0 or eSATA, providing data transfer speeds up to 480Mbps or 3Gbps respectively from the hard drives to your computer system. Large capacity drives (tested with up to 4TB 3.5" and 1TB 2.5" drives per bay) can be used to greatly enhance your computer's storage/backup capabilities.

SATDOCK22RE Alternate View
A top slot-loading design and unique drive ejection mechanism provides quick and easy access to the data without having to install drives into an enclosure or tray
1-to-1 SATA Hard Drive Duplicator and USB 2.0/eSATA Docking Station

Not having to install the hard drives into an enclosure or tray system allows for quick setups - a perfect solution for situations that require swapping through multiple drives, which combined with no driver or software installation requirements delivers a convenient and versatile storage solution. The value of this hard drive docking station can be extended, using a SATA to IDE hard drive adapter (SAT2IDEADP), which enables you to use any 2.5 or 3.5in IDE hard drive in a SATA hard drive dock slot.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Easy to use, worked perfectly.
A reader
Great for Duplicating hard drives, and for data recovery.
Jonas Hutchison
Some people said that that's too long...whatever!
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Daniel L. Taylor on March 18, 2011
Style Name: USB 2.0 & eSATA Verified Purchase
I purchased this because I often have to duplicate large drives for backup purposes in case I lose something in the process of repair and file recovery, system transfers, updates, etc. It came in handy right away and I've already duplicated about a half dozen drives with it.

I don't know why but I was expecting the duplication function to be faster. I would guess that the drives I've cloned would be capable of higher speeds then this duplicator was able to achieve. Still, I wouldn't call it slow, just not as fast as I had hoped. (If you want slow, duplicate a pair of 2 TB USB drives.)

The nice thing is that it truly is a stand alone, plug in, run, and forget device. You don't have to tie up a computer for hours to duplicate the drives. The progress bar is accurate and it seems to be very reliable.

If you frequently need to duplicate drives then I recommend it.

I struggled between 4 and 5 stars because I would really have liked to see StarTech squeeze more performance out of this. But in the end I'm giving it 5 because it's simple and just works. I needed that in drive duplication.
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By ZachM@AWS on July 24, 2012
Style Name: USB 2.0 & eSATA Verified Purchase
I used this to copy a smaller hard disk to a newer, larger one to upgrade my main system drive without re-installing the OS. It worked as advertised, and pretty fast too (80 GB in less than 20 minutes).

My only complaint is that the drive bays are labeled "1" and "2" (rather than "source" and "target"), which led to some anxious moments reading the manual over and over to make sure I had things right before pushing the copy button. This problem is compounded by the fact that bay 1 is the "target", rather than the "source" as you might expect.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Jeffery Mason on September 4, 2011
Style Name: USB 2.0 & eSATA Verified Purchase
This is an overall outstanding product. I use it to make Disaster Recovery backups of servers, to backup workstations, laptops,

I use it to duplicate XBOX360 o/s hard drive, so that I can have the XBOX up and running [immediately] if the other drive goes bad.

I use it to duplicate the PS3 o/s hard drive - ditto as for the above - in case PS3 HD goes bad, I am back up and running with almost zero down-time.

It works for duplicating Windows, Linux, virtually ANYTHING - since it is a 'sector-by-sector' duplicator!
I [moved UP] from a 320GB laptop SATA drive to a 500GB in about 2 hours. I just placed the 2 drives in the dock, being careful to put the 'source' in the source slot and the target in the 'target slot.' I am typing this, as we speak, on the DUPLICATE HARD DRIVE - that's how flawless it is!

The only ONE problem I have (and it appears to be a Windows problem - not a StarTech problem) is that, no matter how you duplicate the drive, Windows "Disk Management" utility in Windows 7 sees both the small 'recovery partition (11GB in my case) and the o/s drive as "100% free" even though, clearly, they have plenty of space being used.

And NO, THIS IS *NOT* A MATTER OF 'EXTENDING' THE PARTITION TO USE ALL THE SPACE - I'VE DONE THAT, AND IT DOES NOT FIX THE ISSUE! But, Windows explorer reports the proper amount of capacity, space used, and space available, so it's not a big issue. Appears to be something ONLY with the Windows Disk Management utility. Someone suggested "blowing away" the recovery partition, before duplicating the drive, BUT that "blows away" any chance to do a "factory restore;" so that is NOT an option, and should not even be recommended by anyone with common sense!
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35 of 39 people found the following review helpful By T. Durrance on January 27, 2013
Style Name: USB 2.0 & eSATA Verified Purchase
I purchased the dock and it arrived fast and the packaging was in good shape, blah, blah, blah... Amazon always does fine with this.

I opened the packaging and read through the brief instructions. Pretty straight forward, plug the power cord in, plug in the USB to computer. Insert one or two drives. Power up the unit. I followed the instructions. After 10 minutes of the activity lights blinking and no drives showing up in the list, I thought maybe something wasn't right. I rebooted the computer. All while the computer was rebooting there was no change in the activity lights, they blinked erratically. Once the system was back up, still no drives in the list. I powered down the dock. I pulled the one drive out and powered the unit back on. The activity light changed to a solid blue! Great! It still didn't show in the list of drives. I opened up my partition software to check the status of the drive. It showed the drive as being unallocated. I partitioned, formatted and then rebooted. The drive showed up in the list. I removed it from the dock. I had to do the exact same thing with the second drive. Phew....

So now both drives (Identical Western Digital 320GB NTFS formatted) are ready and working individually. I figured it would be smooth sailing now with both drives ready... Ya right...

I inserted both drives, and powered the dock back on. Activity lights started blinking again. THINKING well maybe just maybe it needs to sync up or compare drives (Hell at this point I'm grasping at straws...) I let it go. It when on blinking for almost two hours. I certainly can't wait THAT long every time, if this is its normal procedure. So I rebooted again... No luck.
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