Elgato offers Thunderbolt SSD

By Roman Loyola, Macworld |  Storage, Elgato, solid state drives

Thunderbolt made its debut on new Macs last year, and the Thunderbolt market for storage devices is still in its infancy. The first Thunderbolt storage devices, targeted at high-end video production, were multi-drive RAID arrays that cost thousands of dollars. Affordable Thunderbolt drives for the general consumer are few, but more are starting to make their way to market, with the recent release of devices such as LaCie's Little Big Disk and Seagate's GoFlex Thunderbolt adapter for the GoFlex portable drives, as well as the announcement of Western Digital's My Book Thunderbolt Duo. Obviously, Elgato hopes to take advantage of the slim pickings in the consumer market with the release of its Thunderbolt SSD.


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