When there is a need of using a 3.5 inch hard drive via a USB port, we usually think of getting a special drawer for the disk that will give us the conversion of the interface, to an USB. But, these drawers are mainly big, so they don’t suffice the need of all the users and plugging in a new hard drive, usually means a bit of tinkering with a screwdriver.
So, now we are reviewing an interesting alternative to this problem. Instead of a regular hard drive drawer, on the end of a USB cable there is a console (dock), for the SATA hard drive, on which there are SATA inputs for the interface and power, a diode to indicate operation of the hard drive and also a jack for additional power, which uses the regular charger, with a switch. Continue reading