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MUKii TransImp Docking Station

Posted November 22, 2010 by Jake in Storage, HDs & SSDs







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by Jake
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With all things “Digital”, hardware just continues to get bigger, faster, and better, and hard drives are no exception. And with that storage needs often comes improved usability, portability, and flexibility for peripherals associated with hard drives. Of course, one of those products is the hard drive docking station. Sometimes simply known as a “dock”, it’s essentially an external enclosure that allows various drives, or sizes of drives, to be used. Swapping is simple, they don’t take much space, and they come very inexpensive. It’s also a perfect companion to complement Disc Imaging Software and all backup solutions. Frankly, we love the unassuming docking station.

The MUKii TransImp hard drive dock is one such product that will accommodate hard drives up to 2TB with SATA III capability. And with the new SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface, file transfer speeds are no longer bottlenecked on a hard drive. Moving big files, archiving files, and drive imaging can now happen far quicker than before. So we’ve got speed in a compact form; what’s not to love?

Let’s take a closer look at the MUKii TransImp hard drive dock and see what it offers to consumers.

MUKii Technology is a company that specializes in design of comprehensive intelligent peripherals for day-to-day life. Guided by a company brand philosophy of "Understanding and Applying Existence", MUKii strives to integrate a range of technological applications for daily life to emphasis their functional integration. Here at MUKii, we show our respect for the rational consumer by providing sturdy, durable and intelligent peripherals that will allow the user to enjoy their use and convenience. MUKii endeavors to realize a diversified concept in using the product; the promotion of a Green EQ lifestyle; protection of the Environment, satisfaction in use; reduction of waste and a realization of the true necessities of life.



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