Monday, August 28, 2006

External single unit that can read either IDE or SATA HDD and use eSATA or USB2.0 Output

Many of you already know, ICY DOCK are currently planning to launching a brand new external single bay removal enclsoure that use either SATA I/II or IDE Hard Drive and make it compatible to eSATA/USB 2.0 outputs using MB452 housing design.

Would do you think about this idea and product? Do you think the there is a similar product like this out in the market now? What would be a sweet spot on MSRP or reseller price?

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Brand new release for MB452

Right now, we are currently planning to put SATA I/II or IDE Hard Drive and make it compatible to eSATA/USB 2.0 outputs under single unit using MB452 housing design.

What do you guys think about this idea?

Monday, August 07, 2006

Just for general information, There is two models of MB337 (, The Different is MB337 is IDE version and MB722 ( ) is SATA Version. Even though the manual said MB337SKGF-B it is still MB722 (SATA Version). All faceplate are interchangeable but for all of our MB722 has Black faceplate as standard to less confused consumer, also the consumer will be receiving a free MB337 faceplate insert that is current inside the MB722 box (Limited supply). Please go by the MB722 webpage on our website for more information.


There is lots of review on MB452 and MB122


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Friday, August 04, 2006

Welcome to ICY DOCK Community Blogs

ICY DOCK is very pleased to introduce this very valuable resource. With the experience of our customers in mind, we have created a community which we believe will allow you to get the most out of your ICY DOCK product. As well as providing the most efficient means of obtaining product information, suggestions and support.

As with many other community forums, these discussion boards are intended for ICY DOCK customers to discuss products and assist each other with issues that may arise when using ICY DOCK products and services. As well as sharing ideas, discussing newer technologies and offering usability suggestions. ICY DOCK hopes that you enter into the spirit of the community by assisting each other and maintaining a friendly and open environment. While using these discussion boards, you can expect to encounter many other users of varying technical levels and by sharing knowledge; you can gain a broader range of experience in using ICY DOCK products and services. ICY DOCK asks that you keep in mind the differing expertise of the members of this community and maintain a courteous and friendly demeanor at all times.

We would like to conclude by thanking you for choosing ICY DOCK products, and we hope you enjoy our new community blogs.