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Standalone cloning functionality, no computer required
Full bitwise cloning including MBR and EISA partitions
Dual Bay design accepts either 2.5" or 3.5" SATA disk drives
High speed USB 2.0 and eSATA interfaces
Power supply and connection cables included
Compatible with Windows ME/2000/XP/Vista/7/8 and Mac OS 8.6
For HDDs larger 2 TB and for SSDs please use our USB 3.0 Docking & Clone Station No. 43112
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As well as receiving 5 Stars by Computer Shopper the LINDY USB 2.0 Docking & Cloning Station was also awarded their Best Buy Award.
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This handy cloning station is ideal for system builders/integrators, computer technicians and IT departments. As well as acting as an external hard drive for 2.5" and 3.5" SATA hard disks it is also a convenient cloning station. It easily makes bit by bit clones (including Operating System and Partitions) of source HDDs onto target HDDs making it perfect for upgrading to larger capacity HDDs!
The docking functionality allows bare HDDs up to 2TB in capacity, to be connected to a computer via eSATA (3Gbps) or USB 2.0 (480Mbps). Data recovery and backups are done without the hassle of installation. The dual bay design allows two hard drives to be connected simultaneously, so that data can be copied between multiple drives of different types as 2.5" and 3.5" SATA drives are supported natively.
High speed data transfer: up to 480Mbps (USB 2.0), 3Gbps (eSATA)
Connects to the computer via USB Type A or eSATA connection
USB and eSATA cable lengths: approx. 1m
External power adapter: 100 - 240V AC, 12V DC 2A & 5V DC 2A
Supplied with UK power supply cable, 1m
Notes on use
For correct operation, the target drive should be unformatted and without any partitions
Older drives up to 10GB, and drives with older 28 Bit LBA addresses are not supported
In general older hard drives with 512B sector size cannot be cloned to new hard drives / solid state drives with 4kB sector size
Newer hard drives with 4kB sector size can be can be cloned to other hard drives with 4kB sector size