Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake BlacX ST0019U
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Value for money 2
Overall quality 2
It doesn't get any easier
20 August 2015
Summary: Plug it in, put in a drive, and turn it on. Win 8.1 detected it, and I was ready to pull the info off the drive I wanted, and at a fast speed using the USB 3.0 port. Turn it off, swap to another drive, turn it on, and again ready to go.
Summary: I picked up one of these as an open box item from NCIX's ebay outlet, at a significant savings over the normal retail price. It came with all the goodies: wall wart, USB 3 cable and a couple of rubber jackets for the drives (one 3.5", one 2.5").
Pros: Convenient and versatile, Flawlessly plug-and-play
Cons: Means of securing the drives could be improved, Relatively pricey compared to conventional drive enclosures
Summary: Very Fast setup, ready to go. Great tool for people who has a lot of hard drives. Fast transfer speed. Very satisfied. - Just a little bit expensive - Easy Setup - Nice packing job - Good look - Just what I needed
Pros: - Easy Setup, - Nice packing job, - Good look, - Just what I needed
Summary: Wow I bought this so I can use a 2.5" HDD to backup my important data and I have to say that I'm very impressed by what this dock can do ! I also bought a new hdd to replace a dying one and had to clone the old to the new, there wasn't a SATA power plug left so I gave a try with this while lauching...
Pros: - very useful and nice gadget to have !, - good 3 year warranty, - very fast with USB3.0
Cons: - I don't very like MIR ... why don't TT just discount the 15$ ?
Summary: Great little gadget we got here. I just refurbished my wife's machine which means my mom's machine got a bunch a new parts to replace parts that end up in my dad's. You can picture how many time I had to move data from an old HDD to a less old HDD.
Pros: Easy portable solution, Performances are on par with SATA2