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Is There an HP Hard Drive Docking Station?

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This particular write-up tackles about HP Docking Station and especially looks at Hard Drive Docking Station. It has recommendations for how to find the right hard drive docking station for you. After ...

This particular write-up tackles about HP Docking Station and especially looks at Hard Drive Docking Station. It has recommendations for how to find the right hard drive docking station for you. After examining it, you will be confident enough to make a much more advised, qualified shopping selection.

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    Is There an HP Hard Drive Docking Station? Is There an HP Hard Drive Docking Station? Document Transcript

    • Is There an HP Hard Drive Docking Station? You probably wandered in this page because you were looking for a hard drive docking station that's branded HP. Unfortunately, you won't be able to find one. Although HP has a complete set of computer accessories and devices, the company didn't release a hard drive dock. Before we discover the closest to a hard drive dock that HP has to offer, let's talk about external memory systems first. In any device's system, the memory is probably the most important aspect because it's where you store all the data you created or downloaded. While technology evolves, computer memory also develops. But many computer models are old, and it's unsafe to open them up so you can install an additional disk drive. Laptops are also unadvisable to open for that purpose. The best and easiest answer for additional memory capacity for your PC, be it a laptop or a desktop, is using an external hard disk drive. You have a choice between a bare external hard disk and one with an enclosure. Now let's study what each of these options has to offer. It's quite easy to buy one with enclosure because you can get one in most computer shops. You need to install it, though, and it's also not hot-swappable. The enclosure also tends to heat up the disk because the casing confines the disk activity. In the long-run, heating up could corrupt a disk drive's system. Meanwhile, a bare one is relatively cheaper because it has no casing. But you need a hard drive docking station in order to be able to operate the device. It's much easier to manage your files from the PC to this because it doesn't need installation and it's even hot-swappable. Simply connect the device to the PC through a USB cable and it's all ready to use. Also, if you add up the cost of the bare one and a docking station, it's still less expensive as compared to the price of a single enclosed external hard drive. When it comes to HP's hard drive dock, there's no such device that the company developed. However, they do have a docking device that has its own integrated hard drive for extra memory space and back-up storage. The device is called the 3-in-1 NAS Docking Station, and it's compatible to most old HP and Compaq laptops. It features complete connectivity options just like a desktop's functionality, and with the built-in 160GB SATA hard drive, you don't need to use any external hard drive anymore, which lets you get the most out of a docking station.
    • If you observe, although HP has no hard drive docking station, the company has an even better device to offer. I personally recommend all HP and Compaq users to get the NAS dock because it provides all the connectivity needs of the laptop user as well as additional external memory. But if you don't have an HP laptop or you just want an extra storage space for your PC, I give you the freedom to decide whichever external memory you want to get. I have even more reviews and information about HP Docking stations and Hard Drive Docking Station at my website. I will also let you in on a little secret: Where to get them cheaper than anyplace else on the web;) Many thanks for reading, and good luck!