• WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free
  • WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free
  • WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free
  • WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free
  • WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free
  • WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free
  • WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free
  • WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free
  • WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free
WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free
WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free
WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free
WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free
WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free
WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free
WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free
WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free
WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free

WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station with Offline Clone/Duplicator Function for 2.5 & 3.5 Inch HDD SSD SATA (SATA I/II/III) Support 2X 8TB & UASP, Tool-Free

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  • Usb 3. 0 external, SATA-III internal, especially made for 2. 5 inch and 3. 5 inch SATA HDD/SSD, USB 3. 0 SuperSpeed & supports UASP, even faster data transfer
  • Integrated safeguards preventing overvoltage, leak currents, short circuits and peak voltage, interference and disturbance, safer data transfer and access
  • Support 2x 8TB hard drive; Support offline Clone, no drivers needed, easy installation; cloning can only be done from a drive to B drive, make sure the memory capacity of B drive is larger than a drive; not support online Clone
  • Stable and reliable DC power source: The power supply is highly efficient (12V, 3000mA), so that a stable energy supply is ; entering sleep mode without operation in 30 minutes
  • Package includes: 1 x USB3. 0 to SATA Dual bay docking station; 1x USB 3. 0 cable; 1x 12V/3a power adapter; 1x manual

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Amazing. I call it my little hard drive toaster.This has been a blessing. Back in 2007 my desktop gave up. So to dispose of of it and to keep my personal information safe, I took the hard drives out and split the computer up into seperate trash bags.I always held onto the hard drives hoping i could get the data off of them one day.I bought this and it has allowed me to retrieve thousands of old photos and some videos.This device is great and did exactly what i needed it to do. Its as simple as if you were to use a USB thumb drive.I Highly recommend it. 5Used Once, Worked Great, Will Update, Including Guide to Hardware Cloning So far, I have only used this product once and that was to perform an offline clone with no connection to the PC. Everything went perfectly.Below I will provide a step by step guide of what I did if anyone is looking for a comprehensive resource. I am not responsible for anything you might do with this knowledge. Be aware I am only talking about using machines with like machines (Mac and Mac or windows and windows) and drives that are already in the same format. You can look elsewhere for a guide on that by googling How to format hard drive Mac/Windows and these articles will often include information about what the different formats mean for your practical use and in what situations you should choose which.1) Gathered my hard drives. For this I was cloning my 256 GB SSD that hosts my important programs and Operating System onto a brand new 1 TB SSD.2) Put both drives into the dock. Power should be turned OFF when inserting and removing drives or you run the risk of corrupting and losing your data.Remember when cloning that the original has to go into slot A and the new target drive needs to go in slot B. The arrows will help indicate the flow of the transfer of data. The new drive must be bigger. You might be able to get away with the same size but you can be risking it as not all drives, even in the same class, are created equal.3) Turn Power ON. Power button should be pushed in. The power indicator LED will glow a solid green and the LEDs next to each drive should glow yellow.4) Hold the clone button for approximately 3 seconds. The blue led indicator by 100% should begin to glow. Press the clone button again. If you waited too long and the blue light disappeared, nothing will happen, everything will look the same as it did before pressing the clone button. In this case, again hold the clone button briefly, and when you see the blue LED light up, press the button immediately.At this point the blue LED indicator next to 25% will flash rapidly to indicate progress. It will glow solid when it has completed each of the milestones 25% 50% 75% and begin rapidly flashing the following milestone s LED. Cloning is complete when all lights have been solid for two minutes or turned themselves off.5) Turn the dock s power off. The new drive is ready to be installed wherever you meant for it to go.6) If like me, you copied an internal drive (though this should work for external drives as well) that was smaller to a bigger one you will still need to complete some steps on the software side of things.7A) On Windows, right click on the windows icon in the bottom left and click on disk management. Here, you will see whatever drives you have connected to your computer. Be careful to select the right one if you have multiples as you risk of deleting, formatting, damaging, corrupting, etc any other drive if trying to work with them, though windows often will have pop ups to warn you away from doing anything too stupid.The cloned drive will have an amount of unallocated space equal to difference between the original and target drive (in my case about 750 GBs between a 250 GB and 1TB drive). Right click on the space that is currently available for use and select expand. Windows will pop up explaining about what s happening, and that it can only use simple volumes or unallocated space for the expansion. If you accept and everything went correctly, you should find the drive back at its original size and all your cloned files in the same space and place. This meant my operating system was just fine, all my setting were exactly as they were before the clone, my programs were still present and useable, and I have way more space available on the drive.7B) On MAC use the pre-installed application disk utility to examine your drive. Similarly to windows, select the correct drive and expand it. 5Works Great. Cloned a drive in about 1 & 1/2 hours. I cloned a Windows 10 250GB hard drive onto a 500GB SSD in about 1 hour and 30 minutes in Stand alone mode.The source drive was partitioned with C and D partitions in certain uneven sizes.The cloning machine copied the C and D partitions on the target drive exactly the same sizes.In the Drive Manager the target showed an extra Unallocated Partition.I can expand the D partition with the Windows 10 Drive Manager application, butif I want to expand the C partition,I will need to use some specialized Drive Manager software likeMiniTool Partition Wizard ProorEaseUS Partition Master.I don't know the exact correct procedure whether to clone the drive in Stand alone mode andthen use Partitioning software to adjust the partitions as I wish orto use the Partitioning Software to copy the drive and adjust the partitions in one step.The is a great product to find out. 5Don't count on it to clone drives or you may be disappointed. As you might have read from other reviewers, the cloning feature is not reliable.I followed instructions and placed the source in the A slot, destination in B.Drives were the same capacity 500GBPressed and held Clone button for 3 seconds until I saw the blue lightPressed Clone again quicklySaw progress indicator lights indicating clone was complete.Clone took about 5 minutes which I knew was much too fast.Inserted drive into laptop but laptop would not boot.Resorted to using the Dock with USB cable to clone using Macrium Reflect which took 3 hours.A lot of time wasted, not reliable. 2Fast transfer rate I had always wanted to get one of these to speed up my backup process. After reading details, I ordered this external hard drive docking station and cloned my hard drives and it works great. I also use it as external hard drive docking station and the transfer rate from USB 3.0 is very fast. I used this with linux and windows operating systems and it worked as great plug and play device.I would highly recommend this WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station. 5A couple drive tests suggested the drive was going bad so I ordered this along with a replacement 2 I was brought a PC that was starting to throw boot errors. A couple drive tests suggested the drive was going bad so I ordered this along with a replacement 2.5" drive. It arrived, I plugged it in with the old, failing drive in slot one, the new drive right out of the shipping packaging in slot two, and pressed the clone button. No PC in between driving anything. No setup software or processes. In what seemed like maybe 30-45 minutes, I had a functional new hard drive replacement. I put the new, now-cloned drive back in the PC, powered up the PC and no more boot-up errors. I set aside the old drive and within an hour of receiving this in the mail, I was returning the PC to its owner. Very impressive! Thank you! 5Truly Plug and Play It took me longer to open the box than it did to set this up, so all in all, maybe two minutes at most. One cable to the power strip, one to a USB port, insert both drives, then let Windows find it. That's it. My only small complaint is that the plastic cover that comes with the box has a little sticker on it claiming to be a dust cap, but the cover isn't deep enough to fit over the drives, so it's only a cover if the thing is empty. I'm intending to use it full time, so I'll have to figure out how to keep dust out of it more reliably. But I'm not taking off points for that; I knew that'd be an issue going in and opted for this because it's inexpensive and incredibly easy. I'm porting stuff over from an old computer, and this is going to be very handy. 5Excellent Piece of Hardware Worked very nicely on a recent project. I cloned a small SATA hard drive (250 GB) with Windows 10 operating system onto a Samsung 1TB Solid State Drive 860 EVO. I basically just removed the SATA drive and dropped it in as the parent drive and then place the Samsung SSD in the clone slot. Pushed a button. About 10-20 minutes later the copying completed. I placed the SSD back into the computer and it booted up very quickly. Login was like normal. The computer feels much snappier and the computer performance is greatly improved. The HDD was identified as a bottleneck in the performance of the computer so the SSD has helped out there. 5Cloned TIVO Disk I used this to successfully clone a 2 TB Tivo Premiere disk to a another 2 TB disk. It took 6 hours but it worked great. I did use a small desk fan blowing on the drives as they were getting quite warm (as would be expected). I was able to save all of my recordings. The old drive was experiencing issues but was still usable otherwise a cloning operation would not have worked. I would have given it 5 stars but I received an email stating that - Support two SATA hard drives at a time, additional plug power adapter is required. The unit shipped with a power adapter, not sure if this is the correct one! Waiting for a response from WEME on this issue. I know that using the device as a docking station and USB 3, the Linux command only saw the A drive and not the B Drive, but it cloned OK in off-line mode (USB not connected). I hope this is a power adapter issue as I would really like to use this as a docking station to format and copy a TIVO drive as well. 4Does just what it says it will do at an incredibly low price I have had this WEme docking station for 3 months now. It is easy to use and does just what it says it will do. I recently came into possession of multiple laptops and internal hard drives. I simply plug in the power cord and attached the USB cord to my desktop computer and voila, all contents are available to me including the contents of drives from computers to which I do not know the Windows password. Later, after resetting all of the laptops which erased the non-windows files on the drives, I used the docking station to clone one of my 2.5 inch drives which now used the word "password" for the password. I placed the drive to be cloned in slot A and the blank drive (it does not need to be blank but mine were) in slot B. Then I pushed the power button in the back of the docking station. The green power light came on along with the amber dock lights for slots A and B. I then followed instructions and held the Clone button until the blue 100 percent light came on. I let go of the Clone button then pressed it again. This time the 100 percent light went out and the blue 25 percent light began flashing. The cloning process had begun. As the process exceeded 25 percent, that blue light held steady and the 50 percent blue light began flashing. This continued until the 100 percent blue light held steady. I now had 2 identical 500GB 2.5 inch internal hard drives. I read several reviews stating that this product does not work. I suggest that these people read the instructions and remember to push the power button on the back of the docking station. If you should ever need to be able to read an external hard drive you need this device. There is none cheaper. 5
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Amazing. I call it my little hard drive toaster.This has been a blessing. Back in 2007 my desktop gave up. So to dispose of of it and to keep my personal information safe, I took the hard drives out and split the computer up into seperate trash bags.I always held onto the hard drives hoping i could get the data off of them one day.I bought this and it has allowed me to retrieve thousands of old photos and some videos.This device is great and did exactly what i needed it to do. Its as simple as if you were to use a USB thumb drive.I Highly recommend it. 5Used Once, Worked Great, Will Update, Including Guide to Hardware Cloning So far, I have only used this product once and that was to perform an offline clone with no connection to the PC. Everything went perfectly.Below I will provide a step by step guide of what I did if anyone is looking for a comprehensive resource. I am not responsible for anything you might do with this knowledge. Be aware I am only talking about using machines with like machines (Mac and Mac or windows and windows) and drives that are already in the same format. You can look elsewhere for a guide on that by googling How to format hard drive Mac/Windows and these articles will often include information about what the different formats mean for your practical use and in what situations you should choose which.1) Gathered my hard drives. For this I was cloning my 256 GB SSD that hosts my important programs and Operating System onto a brand new 1 TB SSD.2) Put both drives into the dock. Power should be turned OFF when inserting and removing drives or you run the risk of corrupting and losing your data.Remember when cloning that the original has to go into slot A and the new target drive needs to go in slot B. The arrows will help indicate the flow of the transfer of data. The new drive must be bigger. You might be able to get away with the same size but you can be risking it as not all drives, even in the same class, are created equal.3) Turn Power ON. Power button should be pushed in. The power indicator LED will glow a solid green and the LEDs next to each drive should glow yellow.4) Hold the clone button for approximately 3 seconds. The blue led indicator by 100% should begin to glow. Press the clone button again. If you waited too long and the blue light disappeared, nothing will happen, everything will look the same as it did before pressing the clone button. In this case, again hold the clone button briefly, and when you see the blue LED light up, press the button immediately.At this point the blue LED indicator next to 25% will flash rapidly to indicate progress. It will glow solid when it has completed each of the milestones 25% 50% 75% and begin rapidly flashing the following milestone s LED. Cloning is complete when all lights have been solid for two minutes or turned themselves off.5) Turn the dock s power off. The new drive is ready to be installed wherever you meant for it to go.6) If like me, you copied an internal drive (though this should work for external drives as well) that was smaller to a bigger one you will still need to complete some steps on the software side of things.7A) On Windows, right click on the windows icon in the bottom left and click on disk management. Here, you will see whatever drives you have connected to your computer. Be careful to select the right one if you have multiples as you risk of deleting, formatting, damaging, corrupting, etc any other drive if trying to work with them, though windows often will have pop ups to warn you away from doing anything too stupid.The cloned drive will have an amount of unallocated space equal to difference between the original and target drive (in my case about 750 GBs between a 250 GB and 1TB drive). Right click on the space that is currently available for use and select expand. Windows will pop up explaining about what s happening, and that it can only use simple volumes or unallocated space for the expansion. If you accept and everything went correctly, you should find the drive back at its original size and all your cloned files in the same space and place. This meant my operating system was just fine, all my setting were exactly as they were before the clone, my programs were still present and useable, and I have way more space available on the drive.7B) On MAC use the pre-installed application disk utility to examine your drive. Similarly to windows, select the correct drive and expand it. 5Works Great. Cloned a drive in about 1 & 1/2 hours. I cloned a Windows 10 250GB hard drive onto a 500GB SSD in about 1 hour and 30 minutes in Stand alone mode.The source drive was partitioned with C and D partitions in certain uneven sizes.The cloning machine copied the C and D partitions on the target drive exactly the same sizes.In the Drive Manager the target showed an extra Unallocated Partition.I can expand the D partition with the Windows 10 Drive Manager application, butif I want to expand the C partition,I will need to use some specialized Drive Manager software likeMiniTool Partition Wizard ProorEaseUS Partition Master.I don't know the exact correct procedure whether to clone the drive in Stand alone mode andthen use Partitioning software to adjust the partitions as I wish orto use the Partitioning Software to copy the drive and adjust the partitions in one step.The is a great product to find out. 5Don't count on it to clone drives or you may be disappointed. As you might have read from other reviewers, the cloning feature is not reliable.I followed instructions and placed the source in the A slot, destination in B.Drives were the same capacity 500GBPressed and held Clone button for 3 seconds until I saw the blue lightPressed Clone again quicklySaw progress indicator lights indicating clone was complete.Clone took about 5 minutes which I knew was much too fast.Inserted drive into laptop but laptop would not boot.Resorted to using the Dock with USB cable to clone using Macrium Reflect which took 3 hours.A lot of time wasted, not reliable. 2Fast transfer rate I had always wanted to get one of these to speed up my backup process. After reading details, I ordered this external hard drive docking station and cloned my hard drives and it works great. I also use it as external hard drive docking station and the transfer rate from USB 3.0 is very fast. I used this with linux and windows operating systems and it worked as great plug and play device.I would highly recommend this WEme USB 3.0 to SATA Dual-Bay External Hard Drive Docking Station. 5A couple drive tests suggested the drive was going bad so I ordered this along with a replacement 2 I was brought a PC that was starting to throw boot errors. A couple drive tests suggested the drive was going bad so I ordered this along with a replacement 2.5" drive. It arrived, I plugged it in with the old, failing drive in slot one, the new drive right out of the shipping packaging in slot two, and pressed the clone button. No PC in between driving anything. No setup software or processes. In what seemed like maybe 30-45 minutes, I had a functional new hard drive replacement. I put the new, now-cloned drive back in the PC, powered up the PC and no more boot-up errors. I set aside the old drive and within an hour of receiving this in the mail, I was returning the PC to its owner. Very impressive! Thank you! 5Truly Plug and Play It took me longer to open the box than it did to set this up, so all in all, maybe two minutes at most. One cable to the power strip, one to a USB port, insert both drives, then let Windows find it. That's it. My only small complaint is that the plastic cover that comes with the box has a little sticker on it claiming to be a dust cap, but the cover isn't deep enough to fit over the drives, so it's only a cover if the thing is empty. I'm intending to use it full time, so I'll have to figure out how to keep dust out of it more reliably. But I'm not taking off points for that; I knew that'd be an issue going in and opted for this because it's inexpensive and incredibly easy. I'm porting stuff over from an old computer, and this is going to be very handy. 5Excellent Piece of Hardware Worked very nicely on a recent project. I cloned a small SATA hard drive (250 GB) with Windows 10 operating system onto a Samsung 1TB Solid State Drive 860 EVO. I basically just removed the SATA drive and dropped it in as the parent drive and then place the Samsung SSD in the clone slot. Pushed a button. About 10-20 minutes later the copying completed. I placed the SSD back into the computer and it booted up very quickly. Login was like normal. The computer feels much snappier and the computer performance is greatly improved. The HDD was identified as a bottleneck in the performance of the computer so the SSD has helped out there. 5Cloned TIVO Disk I used this to successfully clone a 2 TB Tivo Premiere disk to a another 2 TB disk. It took 6 hours but it worked great. I did use a small desk fan blowing on the drives as they were getting quite warm (as would be expected). I was able to save all of my recordings. The old drive was experiencing issues but was still usable otherwise a cloning operation would not have worked. I would have given it 5 stars but I received an email stating that - Support two SATA hard drives at a time, additional plug power adapter is required. The unit shipped with a power adapter, not sure if this is the correct one! Waiting for a response from WEME on this issue. I know that using the device as a docking station and USB 3, the Linux command only saw the A drive and not the B Drive, but it cloned OK in off-line mode (USB not connected). I hope this is a power adapter issue as I would really like to use this as a docking station to format and copy a TIVO drive as well. 4Does just what it says it will do at an incredibly low price I have had this WEme docking station for 3 months now. It is easy to use and does just what it says it will do. I recently came into possession of multiple laptops and internal hard drives. I simply plug in the power cord and attached the USB cord to my desktop computer and voila, all contents are available to me including the contents of drives from computers to which I do not know the Windows password. Later, after resetting all of the laptops which erased the non-windows files on the drives, I used the docking station to clone one of my 2.5 inch drives which now used the word "password" for the password. I placed the drive to be cloned in slot A and the blank drive (it does not need to be blank but mine were) in slot B. Then I pushed the power button in the back of the docking station. The green power light came on along with the amber dock lights for slots A and B. I then followed instructions and held the Clone button until the blue 100 percent light came on. I let go of the Clone button then pressed it again. This time the 100 percent light went out and the blue 25 percent light began flashing. The cloning process had begun. As the process exceeded 25 percent, that blue light held steady and the 50 percent blue light began flashing. This continued until the 100 percent blue light held steady. I now had 2 identical 500GB 2.5 inch internal hard drives. I read several reviews stating that this product does not work. I suggest that these people read the instructions and remember to push the power button on the back of the docking station. If you should ever need to be able to read an external hard drive you need this device. There is none cheaper. 5
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