Multibooting Made Easy with the FlexiDOCK by ICY DOCK (MB524SP-B)

This is a product review for the FlexiDOCK from ICY DOCK. The flexiDOCK MB524SP-B is a device that makes Multi-Booting very easy without having to deal with Bootloaders or Partitioning and so on. In this video, I discuss the Pros and Cons of this product as well as provide a demonstration of the multi-booting features of the flexiDOCK.

Features & Specifications
– Supports Up to 4 – 2.5” HDD/SSD drives
– Power Buttons Per Drive
– Supports SATA Hot-Swapping
– Tray-less Design accepts bare drives without screws or holders
– Fan included for hard-drives
– Fits inside of 5.25” bays

This product is also beneficial outside of multi-booting with Disk Cloning, Data Backup, & Data Transfer usage.

Disclaimer:
This video was NOT sponsored by ICY DOCK or anyone else. The opinion in this video is my own and is not influenced by anyone. This produce was sent to TuxDigital free of charge for the purpose of reviewing. I am under no obligation to provide a favorable review or endorse this product. I have full editorial control and there is no monetary compensation involved. Additionally, the “Where to Buy” links are affiliate links to Amazon which will benefit the TuxDigital channel financially if you were to purchase the product via those links.

Where to buy?: (Amazon Affiliate Links)
USA: https://tuxdigital.com/go/flexidock-amazon

Canada: https://tuxdigital.com/go/flexidock-amazon-ca

UK: https://tuxdigital.com/go/flexidock-amazon-uk

France: https://tuxdigital.com/go/flexidock-amazon-fr

Germany: https://tuxdigital.com/go/flexidock-amazon-de

Italy: https://tuxdigital.com/go/flexidock-amazon-it

Spain: https://tuxdigital.com/go/flexidock-amazon-es

How much does it cost? (as of 2018-10-09)
USA = $51.99
Canada = CDN$ 94.04
UK = £54.30
France = EUR 52,01
Germany = EUR 55,98
Italy = EUR 55,50
Spain = EUR 55,51

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  1. Naturally, YMMV. I have this dock and the two docs on the left side are frozen and don’t eject the drives any longer. Which means they’re not docks any long. If you buy and the drives don’t easily eject, then return it. Test the eject function repeatedly before installing.

  2. oh well that’s weird, I didnt know the Discourse plugin would do that. That was just me fixing a typo in the blog post on my website, I didnt realize it was going to publish it here because I posted it well before the forum existed. That’s interesting!

    Anyway, I have heard some people having issues with the eject not always working properly but that is kind of surprising because I have had one for years and it has never had any issues with ejecting. I guess its like a roll of the dice if that happens or not.

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