When you think about cloning, the first thing that might come to mind is Dolly, the first mammal to be cloned using adult cells. Cloning a complex organism was unheard of at the time but, unfortunately, Dolly only lived to be six years old. With the advances in science, it is common to think about stem cell research and the potential that it has to save lives. The idea behind stem cells is that it will allow doctors to produce exact clones of organs and some success has been had with growing ears for a boy who was born without them. Imagine when medical professionals have the ability to grow hearts and livers for people who require transplants.
For computer enthusiasts, the idea of cloning is a bit different. Typically, we think of cloning an optical disc or hard drive. Most of us have had family members come to us with computer issues and having the right tools can be very helpful. Whether they be hardware based or software based, the tools that a technician/enthusiast has at their disposal can be the difference between spending minutes or hours on a problem. The Ineo I-NA321U+ SSD/HDD dock is certainly the right tool for people who are constantly tinkering with systems or working on machines for friends and family.
The Ineo I-NA321U+ USB 3.0 SSD/HDD dock is made out of aluminum alloy, making it nice and sturdy. With support for USB 3.0, the Ineo I-NA321U+ is designed to allow for a transfer speed of up to 5 Gbps. The dual bays of the device are set up to accept either 2.5” or 3.5” inch SSDs and hard drives, allowing for data to be transferred easily, or even making a clone of a hard drive. With support for SATA I/II drives up to 3TB in size, you can access the largest drives on the market. The dock supports Apple and Microsoft operating systems and carries a one year warranty.