Newer Technology Voyager SATA drive docking solutions support all 2.5" & 3.5" SATA 6Gb/s, 3Gb/s & 1.5Gb/s drives up to 4.0TB.
Boot and Swap Drives at Will
Whether you're on a data recovery mission or just want to check the contents of an older swapped out drive, Newer Technology Voyager is the easiest, most convenient way to access data from any Serial ATA (SATA) drive. Just insert any standard 2.5" or 3.5" SATA I/II/III drive with up to 4.0TB capacity into the compact docking base and select one of the four interfaces supported by your Mac® or PC for the fastest data transfer performance. Then, start reading and/or writing data to the docked drive. There's nothing else to install or configure!
Save Time and Money
With its Plug and Play design, the Newer Technology Voyager saves you the time of installing a drive into a computer or the cost of an external enclosure. Now you can think of bare SATA drives with the same convenience and instant access benefits as flash memory cards…but with huge gains in storage capacity!
Hot Swap Ready
Have multiple drives you need to access? No problem, Newer Technology Voyager's unique design makes hot-swapping SATA drives a breeze*. When finished using your drive, simply pull up on it or use the eject lever for 3.5" drives for quick and effortless removal.
Ideal Solution for Photographers and Videographers
Instead of needing multiple enclosures and power supplies for every archived drive, Newer Technology Voyager makes accessing your valuable data a breeze. Just slide in your drive, find the desired image or clip, and then return the drive to your storage safe.
Truly Plug and Play
With all supported interface connector cables included, an auto-switching power supply for worldwide compatibility, and flexible operating system compatibility, the Newer Technology Voyager can travel your data universe with ease.
*Use of eSATA interface requires system reboot in order to recognize drive. For FireWire 800 users, OWC recommends that the Voyager be the only device connected or the last device in the chain when hot-swapping drives. If you have other devices behind the Voyager, not all devices will remount after a drive is swapped. When that occurs, a power-cycle is needed for that device. For eSATA users, a system reboot is required in order to recognize drive.