The latest Inateck device to arrive is the FD1003 Docking Station. This device is basically a cradle supporting 2.5" and 3.5" drives with UASP USB 3 using the Asmedia ASM1053E chipset. You simply slide the drive into the slot and when it is seated a tab at the back of the unit rises. You press this tab to remove the drive. It is made of ABS plastic and comes with an AC power supply and a USB cable. It requires no drivers and works in both Windows and OS X. Booting from the device is supported. When I first installed my Seagate ST3000DM001 hard disk into the unit yesterday and powered on, I had a kernel panic. I think it might have been as a result of not having the drive seated properly. After reseating the drive and rebooting I have been running it for a full day now with no further problems. BlackMagic Disk Speed Test Results. Seagate ST3000DM01 3.0TB 7200RPM HDD Samsung 840 EVO 500GB SSD The SSD speeds are similar to those with the Inateck FEU3NS1-E UASP 2.5" enclosure, but not quite as fast with write speeds. I was able to boot from the SSD with no issues but I have a Carbon Copy Cloner backup of my Macintosh HD on the Seagate HDD I was unable to boot from. This appears to be a problem with my partitioning and/or the hard drive itself because I get the exact same results in another (not Inateck) USB3 cradle as well. *** Update 5/24/14: The problem with bootability did, in fact, turn out to be my partitioning. I had the 3TB HDD partitioned into a 2.75TB storage partition at the beginning of the drive and a the Mac clone in a second 250GB partition at the end of the drive. Apparently, OS X will not boot from a partition at the end of a large drive. I repartitioned the drive with the the 250GB partition at the beginning of the disk and now it boots flawlessly. *** The FD1003 is very compact and quiet and like the other Inateck devices, well constructed. It is currently $32.99 at Amazon.com. The Plugable USB Docking Station is $25, but so far as I can tell it only supports 3.5" drives, so SSDs are not an option. That is an important advantage for the Inateck.