Akasa’s Latest Storage Dock Makes M.2 SSD Data Transfers and Cloning Easy
PC accessories maker Akasa has launched a new desktop storage station aimed at making data transfers and cloning M.2 SSDs as easy as possible.
The DuoDock MX(Opens in a new window) ((AK-DK09U3-WH) contains two M.2 drive slots with support for PCIe Gen 4, Gen 3, and Gen 2 drives. It enables fast data transfers (up to 10Gbps) across using a USB 3.2 Gen 2 connection to a PC Alternatively, this is a very convenient plug-and-play method for cloning an M.2 SSD: just insert two drives and press the dedicated clone button on the front (no PC needed).
A cover can be attached to protect inserted discs during data transfers. Akasa has also included a built-in fan to deal with the heat that M.2 drives can produce during heavy data transfers at high speeds for an extended period of time.
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The docking station is relatively small, measuring just 93 x 93 x 132mm, and it’s compatible with Windows 8/10/11, macOS 10.15.6 or higher, and Linux 5.4 or higher. Akasa is making it available for purchase in the US, UK, and across Europe for around $105. Included in the box alongside the docking station is a power adapter and a USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C cable.
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