USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Hard Drive Docking Station

Model Number: CDD2000

Instant access to your hard drives

Affordable, fast, and convenient, the CDD2000 is ideal for instant access to information on hard drives

USB 3.0


  • SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Backwards compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1
  • Data transfer rates at USB 3.0 and SATA 2 specifications
  • Plug and Play, hot-swappable
  • Supports 2.5 inch and 3.5 inch SATA I/II hard drives
  • LED Power Indicator


  • Windows
  • Mac
Interface 1x USB 3.0 port (USB 3.0 cable included), 1x SATA I/II 2.5 inch or 3.5 inch
Power 12V, AC/DC adapter included
Warranty 1 year
UPC 858796050637
  • What is in the box?
    • Hard Drive Docking Station
    • USB 3.0 cable
    • Power adapter
    • Quick install guide


  • — Cirago CDD2000 USB 3.0 SATA Docking Station

    "...very well manufactured..."

  • — Cirago SuperSpeed 3.0 Hard Drive Docking Station Review

    "Cirago Gives New Life To Old Hard Drives. At under $50, it's not a large investment for any small office. And, finally, you can easily rescue data from dead systems and find a use for all of those old drives you have sitting around"

  • — Cirago SuperSpeed 3.0 Hard Drive Docking Station Review

    "If you've collected several hard drives from your old laptops or desktops over the years and want to use those old drives, the Cirago USB 3.0 hard drive docking station might be your answer."

  • EEbeat's Favorite Electronic Devices — CDD2000

    "I chose the Cirago Hard Drive Docking Station CDD2000 for my favorite gadget. I covered this device on the website in July. With it, you can easily use any 2.5- or 3.5-inch SATA HDD for external storage of all those pictures you take with your fancy camera and get them off your main drive. Or use it to backup work at the close of every day. I like it because it is simple and it works"

  • The Gadgeteer's Review of the Cirago USB 3.0 Hard Drive Docking Station CDD2000

    "While reviewing the Cirago Hard Drive docking station, I found that I actually have a decent pile of raw SATA drives laying around due to upgrades. The ability to toss one into the dock and use it for a backup without hassling with using one of my drive enclosures was amazingly useful."

  • EDD Update's Review of the Cirago CDD2000

    "I completed the transfer using USB 3.0 in a third the time it took using conventional USB 2.0. That's impressive, and enough of a leap to easily justify the investment in a SuperSpeed card and docking station for anyone who has to routinely move data from bare hard drives and lacks an even-faster eSata port to do so. Bottom line: If you can get the source drive on the bus, you'll move data fastest; but, if you're looking for a convenient alternative to a bus connection, USB 3.0 and a device like the Cirago CDD2000 USB 3.0 Hard Drive Docking Station are worth your time and your dime"