Sharkoon SATA Quickport Duo USB 3.0 Dual HDD Docking Station Review

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It's no secret, USB 3.0 is out. Now that there have been many real world benchmarks thrown onto the web, many companies are releasing their USB 3.0 products into the fray. One of the biggest areas that USB 3.0 is making a difference is with storage and transfer speeds. USB 2.0 was always limited so any external component was limited in speed. Also, any internal components put into USB 2.0 docks and bays could never reach their full potential.

 

The Sharkoon SATA Quickport Duo USB 3.0 Dual HDD Docking Station looks to make a mark in the USB 3.0 market. The Quickport Duo USB 3.0 offers all the speed that can be gained from USB 3.0 with the dual drive capability. The Quickport Duo USB 3.0 offers 2 drive bays that can fit any SATA 2.5" or 3.5" HDD. There are separate power buttons for each drive bay, as well as LEDs to indicate HDD access.

 

About Sharkoon

"The company headquarter is located in Germany, and in order to cultivate close contacts with suppliers in Asia, we also have a foreign office in Taiwan. From a worldwide distribution network spanning more than 30 countries, we offer customers a portfolio of unrivalled products for all areas of the PC. Moreover, our selection of products is constantly developing and reaches the broadest possible group of customers. Since its inception in 2002, Sharkoon has shown consistent growth and set itself apart through steadily increasing sales. "

 

 

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