|Item Weight||4.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 2.3 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||DS-2SSD|
|Manufacturer Part Number||DS-2SSD|
Sabrent USB 3.0 to SSD / 2.5" SATA Dual Bay Hard Drive Docking Station for SSD / 2.5" HDD with Hard Drive Duplicator/Cloner Function [Support UASP] (DS-2SSD)
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- Supports all 2.5 inch (up to 9mm thick, 12mm without PSS case) SATA I, II, and III hard drives, solid state drives, and hybrid drives up to any capacity (6TB+).
- Reverse compatible with USB 1.1 & USB 2.0.
- plug and play, no drivers needed.
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Hard Drive Duplication Function
The Sabrent EC-2SSD Standalone Duplicator Dock can be used to duplicate/clone an existing hard drive without connecting to a computer, or simply as external storage to transfer data between a hard drive and your computer.
To Use Hard Drive Duplicator Function:
- Insert both hard drives in the correct slot: Source Disk (HDD1) and Target Disk (HDD2).
- Move the switch to the UNLOCK icon to enable the cloning Function.
- Make sure that the USB cable is disconnected from any computer.
- Connect the Power Supply to the wall and switch on power.
- Press and hold the COPY for about 5-10 seconds until the 25% LED starts flashing.
- The cloning process will start.
- When the cloning process is complete, the unit will beep and LED will not flashing anymore.
- Move the switch to the LOCK icon when you are done using the Duplicator Function.
- Available USB 3.0 for high speed data transfer
- Reverse compatible with USB 1.1 & USB 2.0.
- Windows: 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 (Both 32-bit & 64-bit versions)
- MAC: OS X
- Sabrent DS-2SSD Hard Drive Dock
- Power Supply
- USB 3.0 cable
- User Manual
- 1 year limited warranty.
- When you register your new Sabrent product online within 90 days of purchase, your standard 1-year warranty coverage is extended to 2-years.
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Top Customer Reviews
I cloned about 1,700gb of data onto a new drive. I haven't found anything corrupted by the process, and it did it in under 5 hours. Using USB 2.0 and a computer to transfer the stuff would have been a long and tedious task, which I've done before. It's also a dual dock, which allows me to use hard drives without an external drive enclosure. Backing up data is fast and easy.
LED Light Scheme: Solid blue = idle. Blue with a running/moving/flashing green = cloning in progress. Solid green/no flashing = cloning complete!
Instructions: It doesn't come with much for directions. For cloning, initialize the (equal or larger sized) target drive with a computer. Disconnect the dock from the PC, insert your hard drives, and push the 'Cloning Button' twice. NOTE: When pushing the button, I had to press and hold for about half a second for each press. I failed many times before changing how I pressed it before it would work.
After you clone a smaller drive, you may need to go into the Admin Tools 'Storage' tool to "Extend" the drive's space. Cloning a 1tb drive onto a 2tb drive will leave you with the same 1tb of space you had before until you "Extend" the partition allocation.
Hope some of this helps!
it's gonna take all day.
'Cause I had data corruption,
Looked like nothing was gonna be saved.
So, I'm sitting by this Sabrent Dual Bay
Watching the bytes roll away.
Looks like nothing's gonna change...
Everything still remains the same.
I stare at the blinking green light
So I guess I'll let my mind go lame...
Sitting here resting my bones,
But this loneliness won't leave me alone
I'm just sitting by the Sabrent Dual Bay,
Watching the bytes roll away...
It's twenty hours I've waited.
Just to make this dock get done.
Oh I'm sitting by the Sabrent Dual Bay...
Watching my bytes get cloned to stay....
Yes, watching the Sabrent Dual Bay...
Watching my bytes get cloned to stay.
Bottom line: the dock works great. I cloned a failing 3 TB drive to a new 3 TB drive and it took a long time but it worked. Then, I was able to use the dock as an external dock to my computer for backups by plugging it into a USB 3.0 port. Works with both full-sze and notebook sized SATA drives. Highly recommended.
1. Unit off and insert source disk into slot 1, target disk into slot 2 this will overwrite whatever is in slot 2 so better not get it wrong.
2. Power unit up and leave it disconnected from your PC
3. Push the small button on the back for copy and notice the light begins pulsing. Easiest to see straight on from the front as then you can see the LED's. These will stop pulsing when the clone is finished.
4. My 250 gig laptop drives took about an hour and it was only about 1/3 full.
The new drive boots right up in your system. Win 7 operating system drive cloned.
For simple copying purposes you can use it in windows like any other driver enclosure or clone as stated above for data or an operating system drive. Windows 7 didn't like hot swapping drives in and out while it is was on however turning it off and swapping them and then turn back on worked fine. I suggest powering it off swap your drives and turn back on again and it should be fine. At $30 this is a steal for the cloning capability alone. By the time you do a system load and all the updates and loading your customer software your talking 2-4 hours a PC, cloning will save you exponential time.