NewerTech Voyager Q
Use and swap 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch SATA drives with this multi-interface drive dock.
USB 3.0 / USB 2.0 / FireWire 800 / FireWire 400 / eSATA
Mac / PC / 2 Year NewerTech Enclosure Limited Warranty
The World's Favorite Drive Dock Gets Even Better!
Pros and enthusiasts alike put Voyager to good use day in and day out. Our latest update to Voyager Q includes a new internal chipset to provide even greater long-term reliability, and support for up to 500MB/s of pure performance. And we didn't stop there... Voyager Q now comes with an amazing 2 year limited warranty.
We upgraded a lot in the Voyager Q except one thing, the price – that stayed the same. Now adding a Voyager Q to any drive access workflow is an even easier decision.
Swap Drives at Will
Accessing multiple drives couldn't be simpler as Voyager's unique design makes hot-swapping drives a breeze. Just insert any standard 2.5" or 3.5" SATA drive up to 6.0TB into the Voyager, and connect it to your Mac or PC via USB 3.0, USB 2.0, eSATA, or Firewire 800. There's nothing else to install or configure!
When you're finished using a drive, a simple press of the eject button lifts the drive off the SATA connector, allowing the drive to be easily removed.
Perfect for Data, Photo, and Video Workflows
Managing libraries of drive data just gets easier when a Voyager is integrated into your workflow. Save yourself the time of installing a drive into a computer, or the cost maintaining multiple external enclosures, power supplies, and interface cables. And unlike internal SATA connectors inside a computer or external enclosure, the Voyager's SATA drive connector is made to be reused over-and-over to ensure long-term reliability.
With all supported interface cables included, an auto-switching power supply for worldwide compatibility, and flexible operating system compatibility, the NewerTech Voyager can traverse your data universe with ease.
Note: These Voyager docks are designed to spin down the hard drive and sleep after 15 minutes of inactivity, even if "Put drives to sleep when possible" is disabled in System Preferences. This is a power-saving and heat management feature.