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Review: HighPoint RocketStor 5122B dual-channel USB 3.0 drive dock

updated 09:02 pm EDT, Tue August 6, 2013

Drive dock duplexes pair of USB 3.0 connections for max throughput

We've spoken about the convenience of drive docks in the past. If a user has any significant quantity of data to back up, optical media just won't do -- magnetic high-density media, like hard drives, are the way to go. Docks are a logical and flexible device to procure to eliminate the need for costly cases for multiple drives. We reviewed the SATA-3 version of the 5122B dual-channel drive dock, but is the ubiquity of the USB 3.0 port a benefit, or a hindrance to the device? Read on to find out!



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  1. macjockey

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    Joined: 06-23-04

    "Two times" the price??? Its $69, how cheap do you have to be??

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