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Old 01-29-2008, 09:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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With the advent of external hard drives, it is obviously easier to access data, but still it can be a pain in the ***. For those of us, and I imagine there are more than a few of you like me, that have piles of hard drives sitting around, this is what we have been waiting for. Thermaltake sent over a new advertisement this morning for the HDD Docking Station. I saw this thing and knew I wanted one immediately. Given that most motherboards today will allow you to easily hotswap hard drives, this thing is exactly what the doctor ordered. Need to access a hard drive? No problem, just stick it in the dock! No enclosures, no cabling, just data. Killer. We will give you our thoughts when we get finished abusing one, or two.

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