iDsonix USB 3.0 Dual Bay 2.5-Inch and 3.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Docking Station (IDD-U3201-1) - Black
iDsonix USB 3.0 Dual Bay 2.5-Inch and 3.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Docking Station (IDD-U3201-1) - Black
Manufacturer : iDsonix
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Product Description
iDsonixTM IDD-U3201 USB3.0 SATA Hard Drive Dual Bay Docking Station offers swappable access to 2.5" and 3.5" SATA HDD, without having to mount the hard drive or installing it in an enclosure. iDsonixTM IDD-U3201 provides a simple, fast, and cost effective solution for data recovery, drive imaging, and testing centers, or any environment that requires fast access to uninstalled/archived drives.


- Dual Bay Design provides more convenience
- 10x faster than USB 2.0, data transfer rates up to 5Gbps
- Backwards compatible with USB 2.0/1.1
- Hot swapping supported, Plug and Play.
- Support 2.5"/3.5" SATA HDD of any size capacity (3TB+ supported)
- Blue LED light indicator(Shows the power and hard drive R/W status)
- Color: Black


1. Plug in the power cord to the Dock
2. Connect the Dock to the host computer
3. Insert the 2.5" or 3.5" SATA drive
4. Switch on power
5. The operation system will detect that hard drive has been connected

Package include:

- iDsonixTM USB3.0 SATA Hard Drive Dual Bay Docking Station
- 12V 4A AC Power Adapter
- USB 3.0 Cable
- User Manual
- Warranty Card
Product Details
  • Brand: iDsonix
  • Model: IDD-U3201
  • Dimensions: 3.80" h x 5.90" w x 7.80" l, 2.05 pounds
  • Hard Disk: 8TB
  • Product Features
  • Super Speed USB3.0 Dual Bay Dock Station for both 2.5" & 3.5" SATA (SATA, SATA II, SATA III) HDD and SSDs Hot swapping supported.
  • Massive storage expansion up to 8TB Totally. Offers USB 3.0 interfaces with data transfer rates up 5Gbps.
  • USB3.0 Dual-Disk Offline Copy function enabled. Copying speed up to 60M/s or more, faster and more energy-efficient.
  • Multiple security modules to ensure data security: built-in protections of overcurrent, overvoltage, leakage, short circuit and clutter.
  • Made of High-grade fire resistant ABS plastic. Blue LED light indicator Shows the power and hard drive R/W status. Total tool-free installation, ready to replace the hard disk anytime you want.
  • Customer Reviews

    Most helpful customer reviews

    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful.
    1The IDD-U3201-1 cloning device may not work and there is no way to contact IDsonix
    By Bruce C. Smith
    This product does not work. I bought this last August but I just now (Jan 2016) tried to use it to back up (clone) the HDD of a new Laptop I purchased in December. The labeling on the device is different than the description in the manual for the Target and Source drives. I attempted to contact IDsonix via e-mail and received no response. I tried calling IDsonix in Nevada but the phone is no longer in service. I am reluctant to use this HDD cloning device because of the discrepancy between the Source and Target drives, I could loose all of my data on the source hard drive if I place them in the wrong slots. Amazon should STOP selling this product. My second issue with this product is the manual does not say whether the device will work with UEFI boot cloning, required for Windows 8 and 10. Amazon should refund the purchase price or provide me a way of contacting IDsonix customer service.

    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful.
    3Not a working solution for mounting two HDDs simultaneously
    By Steven Shannon
    I ordered the iDsonix dual bay dock. It preforms very well when making 1:1 copies of hard disks. It preforms great when there is ONE HDD pluged in to either port. What it does not do well with (not at all) is mounting two hard drives at the same time. I use Linux (OpenSuse 13.2) I can mount one, use it, then unmount it, then go back and mount the second one, but that is not what I bought the device for. i was hoping to setup an external LVM, then when that didn't work, I tried to use RAID0. When that didn't work I formatted them both as ext4. When copying single files from one to the other, both drives spin down (Assuming that you can mount both at the same time, which is not always the case.) and they don't spin up again until the device is reset. If you copy files from your computer to the the drives or vise-vera, it works fine, just so you don't have the second drive active as well. Granted, this may be a Linux issue (I don't think it is) as I don't have a Windows machine available to me to try it out on. After a poking and prodding of the device, I am lead to believe that the device is most likely under-powered to operate both drives at the same time.

    My rant aside, this device does have good throughput. While copying to and from the device, I was reading speeds at or about 60Mibs from my encrypted drive and about 75Mibs from my non encrypted drive.

    If you need a machine to make 1:1 copies, then this might be that machine for you. If you need a dock that allows you to mount two hdds at the same time, then you might want to pass on this one.

    33 of 36 people found the following review helpful.
    2Try something else
    By Dave
    My experience ... yours might vary. I use a Mac, all drives HFS formatted.

    Reliability unpredictable, depending on the drive you try to mount. Consistent per drive, but no pattern I've found relating to drive size, as others have reported. I have an old 200G drive it won't deal with at all, but a new 3T that is fine. I assume it has to do with the particulars of the drive interface.
    Can't just leave the drive mounted. It will randomly dismount, and remount, on it's own. I have found this with all drives. You need to get your business done, eject, and remove the drive, unless you want the screen to fill up with scoldings from the system about not properly ejecting the drive.

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