Daily Deal: Dubbler Dock Pro 2-Bay

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If you are wary of storing your information in the cloud, the $80 Dubbler Dock Pro 2-Bay could be the answer to your storage problems. The Dubbler Dock acts as both a 1:1 HDD duplicator and as a dynamic docking station. It fits all 2.5? & 3.5? SATA hard drives, works with Windows 2000 and newer or Mac OS 10.3 and later and comes with a USB 3.0 cable. The dock also comes with software that allows you to resize your HDD to fit on a smaller SSD.

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DannyB (profile) says:

So they're selling this mass copyright infringement tool?

So this $80 box can make infringing copies of massive amounts of material in a short amount of time?

This cannot be allowed to continue!

(I have to say /sarcasm, because something like this could be realistically said by the copyright pigopolists. You can’t parody these people without it being taken seriously.)

Anonymous Coward says:

I’ll leave this here – I saw this earlier today and it seemed like a heck of a deal. Unfortunately, I already have a USB HD Dock and don’t necessarily need a new one.

This is a dual dock for $29:


Anonymous Coward says:

I have a pair of USB docks, one vertical USB 2, one “lay flat” USB 3, both I got for less than $40. Can’t remember exactly what I paid for each. You can usually get dual docks for cheaper than $80 either at Amazon or Newegg. Personally I’d rather hear about the durability of equipment rather than more marketing speak that’s largely fluff. I perfectly understand advertising dollars, but can we at least get *relevant* information mixed in with sales pitches?

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