Cirago Simplifies Hard Drive CloningIf you're the neighborhood or department tech support guru--as many of us at InformationWeek are--then you've probably had to rescue a failing notebook hard drive, or upgrade a neighbor or co-worker to something with more capacity. It's the sort of task that's daunting even to DIYers, because you have to find a way to get the data off the old drive and onto the new one. Enter Cirago's CDD3000 Dual Hard Drive Docking Station. It can accept two 2.5-inch or 3.5-inch SATA 2.0 hard drives, relying on USB (v1.1 and up) as a means of connecting to the host system. The drives can be cloned (including their boot sectors) with the touch of a single button.
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