Wednesday, November 11th 2020

TerraMaster Introduces D2 Clone Drive Duplicator and Enclosure

TerraMaster, a professional brand that specializes in providing innovative storage products including network-attached storage (NAS) devices, launches the D2 Clone 2-slot drive cloning and enclosure. The TerraMaster D2 Clone is ideal for professional content creators, businesses, and users that handle large amounts of storage, offering an easy and fast way to clone data for backup and safekeeping. The D2 Clone can clone hours of video editing file, backups of media files, entire music libraries, surveillance video footage, business data, and more.

The D2 Clone features multi-drive compatibility, supporting a wide range of brands and models of 2.5" HDDs and SSDs and 3.5" HDDs, supports drives of up to 18 TB capacity per disk slot. The D2 Clone has status LED indicators for easy progress monitoring and mis-operation protection to prevent accidental cloning. The sturdy and classy aluminium chassis with smart fan keeps installed drives cool at all times. It works as a Direct Attached Storage (DAS) when connected to a computer. It uses a widely compatible USB-C connectivity and supports Windows, Mac, and Linux devices.
Easy High-Speed Cloning
The TerraMaster D2 Clone offers offline high-speed from drive to drive without connecting to a computer. The D2 Clone can clone SSDs at speeds of up to 550 MB/s, clone HDDs at speeds of up to 200 MB/s. The D2 Clone offers simple and hassle-free cloning. The device comes with five LED indicators in the front panel for easy progress monitoring.

Misoperation Protection and Power Protection
The D2 Clone features misoperation protection to prevent accidental cloning and data loss. For users to start cloning without connecting to a computer, users simply need to press the power button twice within 10 seconds. The D2 Clone also has power protection that prevents data loss in cases of power failure.

Sturdy Aluminum Casing with Smart Fan
Unlike most HDD cloning docks, the D2 Clone uses a sturdy aluminium alloy enclosure that provides better protection and heat dissipation for hard drives. It also comes equipped with a smart fan that keeps the drives cool at all times.

Exclusive Worry-Free Warranty
TerraMaster users can now enjoy improved and exclusive worry-free warranty services with 24/7 rapid support and brand-new replacement within 2 years on registered products.

Pricing
The TerraMaster D2 Clone is now available at TerraMaster.com and partner resellers for 119.99USD / 119.99 EUR. For more information, visit the product page.
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11 Comments on TerraMaster Introduces D2 Clone Drive Duplicator and Enclosure

#1
agatong55
I wonder if you can use this to clone whole images of windows, if so I may pick one up. And if you can pull images off of a nas and clone it to a drive that would be incrediable
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bonehead123
Just wondering, but are they a subsidiary of CoolerMaster, cause their logo seems really similiar to CM's ??
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agatong55
bonehead123Just wondering, but are they a subsidiary of CoolerMaster, cause their logo seems really similiar to CM's ??
Yes they are.
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P4-630
I need one for NVMe's.
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bonehead123
P4-630I need one for NVMe's.
2nd that !

Except for 1x 12TB external storage unit, I did away with all my old spinning rustbuckets a long time ago, And when nvme's get a bit larger/less $$, it will also go bye bye :)
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P4-630
bonehead1232nd that !
Would be cool if they could do all in one.
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#7
Chrispy_
I don't understand the "supports drives up to 18TB" clause.

It's SATA. If the drive is a 3.5" SATA drive it'll work. When a 20TB SATA drive arrives on the market, will this thing refuse to work just because it's 2TB larger than some arbitrary limit?
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agatong55
Chrispy_I don't understand the "supports drives up to 18TB" clause.

It's SATA. If the drive is a 3.5" SATA drive it'll work. When a 20TB SATA drive arrives on the market, will this thing refuse to work just because it's 2TB larger than some arbitrary limit?
My guess is when 20tb arrive, there will probably be a firmware update for them to work on this system.
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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Curious as to why its in that form factor...

I would rather something like this. If i needed something for one button cloning.



Quite a few brands like Startech make similar products
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P4-630
FreedomEclipseCurious as to why its in that form factor...

I would rather something like this. If i needed something for one button cloning.



Quite a few brands like Startech make similar products
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Chrispy_
agatong55My guess is when 20tb arrive, there will probably be a firmware update for them to work on this system.
That's my point; They shouldn't need a firmware update!

Any future SATA drive has to meet SATA spec, and the SATA connector in the bay will accept drives conforming to the SATA spec.

Imagine selling some paper and saying that it's compatible with pens, pencils, and paintbrushes up to a certain size but incompatible with bigger marker pens.

SATA drives will work on a SATA port. That's why it's a ratified specification. If you find a SATA drive that doesn't work on a SATA port, either the drive or the port have violated spec and shouldn't be labelled as SATA.
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