Engadget | December 2, 2008
NewerTech Intros Quad-Interface SATA HDD Dock Of Its Own
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It's amazing, really, that this meme has lasted this long. When we first noticed
Brando's SATA HDD Dock, we figured it was destined to become a cute, one-off gift that only the hardest of hardcore
storage freaks would bother with. Over a year later, we're having trouble counting the iterations available. Now, we've
got storage mainstay NewerTech diving in with one of its own, as it has just revealed the quad-interface Voyager SATA
hard drive docking station. As you'd expect, the unit turns any 2.5- or 3.5-inch SATA I / II hard drive (up to 2TB) into
an external drive, and with FireWire 400 / 800, USB 2.0 and eSATA sockets, you shouldn't have any issue hooking it up.
It's available now for stocking stuffing at $99.95.
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