Sabrent Introduces DS-5R15 Docking Station For Five 2.5″ Sata Drives

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[Press Release] Sabrent is launching the DS-5R15, a docking station designed to rid users of the hassle that comes with installing multiple internal storage drives. Using this docking station, professional or casual users can easily hook up a maximum of 5 HDDs or SSDs via USB-C.

Sabrent Docking Station

With a fast 10Gbps connection over USB 3.2 Gen 2×1 and a 12V/3A external power supply, the docking station is designed to provide uncompromised performance in a convenient form factor.

Users concerned about excessive heat due to multiple SSDs or HDDs can rest easy. Sabrent has included an 80mm fan in the DS-5R15 docking station, ensuring these drives run cool at all times.

For users who don’t mind dealing with a bit of heat in exchange for silent operation, the fan can also be switched off from the docking station. Therefore, Sabrent provides unmatched versatility along with performance with the DS-5R15.

Sabrent Docking Station

This versatility extends to support for a wide range of operating systems. Five drives up to 15mm in height can be used on PCs running Windows, macOS, or Linux, with the option to use these drives independently or simultaneously.

Each drive requires minimal effort to add or remove, leading to a plug-and-play experience for all types of users. If all of these features sound like a fit for you, Sabrent’s docking station is now available, and it can be yours for the compelling price of $150.

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