Today I am going to review a hard drive dock from a company called Rockettek which is a very new company making different computer and mobile accessories.  The design of the dock is very simple and  looks very nice for being able to transfer files from  the enclosure costs about $19.99 USD and comes with Free shipping so that’s all you will pay. So not bad for the price but how does it perform? That’s what this review intends to show you, so read on….


Product Name: Rocketek USB 3.0 SATA External Hard Drive Docking Station for 2.5″/3.5″ HDD, SSD

Provider: Rocketek

Price: $19.99

The Review:

So about a year ago I reviewed a single HD dock from another Amazon seller well I liked that dock I recently got the Rocketek USB 3.0 SATA External Hard Drive Docking Station for 2.5″/3.5″ HDD and I got to say I like this product a lot more comparing to my other dock this one is made of aluminum vs the one I had before which was all plastic I like the metal material better since it helps it from not heating up when cloning or copying your drive another cool feature I liked about this dock is the data cable isn’t one of those pesky old time data cables we normally see in hard drive enclosure this one has a micro usb connection commonly found in most tech devices also instead of the  light being on top its larger and in front of the dock so you can see when there is activity with the product  of course when I compare the docks together they both work great with large standard hard drives as well as SSD’s

The hard drive dock comes with Micro USB 3.0 cable, DC power cable, instruction booklet

I used this product for a few projects with my spare SSD and regular hard drive and I have to say I like it but I would say any hard drive will do the same task so it just depends on what design you want in enclosure and where you want to buy it there’s no drivers since the power is in the Hard Drive


So yes Rocketek USB 3.0 SATA External Hard Drive Docking Station for 2.5″/3.5″ HDD, SSD is an inexpensive product, but is it even worth it? I would say yes but I would also recommend you search around and look at other docks to compare what you really want

So in all it’s not bad for an dock if you want to make a SSD or HD as an project external hard drive for buliding and repairing computers

The final score averages out to be a 10 out of 10,

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