Not many people use bare drives anymore, but for those who do, having a solid drive dock is crucial. Check out our review of the OWC USB-C Drive Dock, a dual-bay high performance drive dock for 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch SSDs and HDDs.
CalDigit has expanded its T-series Thunderbolt array line with the introduction of the four-disk CalDigit T4. We take this Thunderbolt 2-powered RAID 5-capable array for a spin to see how it compares to its three-disk predecessor and other four-disk arrays on the market. Read on for our full review and benchmarks.
We reviewed the CalDigit T3 Thunderbolt array earlier this year and found it to be a solid and attractive device. Now CalDigit is back with an updated T3 that supports Thunderbolt 2. Check out our review with benchmarks and thoughts on the new price points.
Microsoft is gearing up for the Xbox One’s June update, which will finally add long-awaited support for external hard drives. Other new features include the ability to associate real names with gamer profiles, new Xbox Live Gold membership benefits, and expanded support for the console’s TV features.
The 2013 Mac Pro has an amazing six Thunderbolt 2 ports, but only three Thunderbolt control busses. This means that users in need of maximum performance will need to pay special consideration to exactly how each Thunderbolt device is connected. We explain the situation and offer some setup tips.
The new 4TB WD My Passport Pro offers huge capacity, RAID options, and cool and quiet operation all in a small bus-powered Thunderbolt enclosure. Read on for our full review, pictures, and benchmarks.
Storage firm CalDigit is back again with another Thunderbolt product, the three-drive T3. Targeted to compete with traditional two-drive Thunderbolt products, the T3 offers users better performance and more flexibility in the same footprint and price category. Read on for our full review and benchmarks.
Promise Technology was one of the first companies to release Thunderbolt products in 2011, and now the company is the first to jump on the Thunderbolt 2 bandwagon. The newly-announced Pegasus2 RAID and SANLink Fibre Channel devices will take full advantage of the 20Gbps Thunderbolt 2 bandwidth on the MacBook Pro and Mac Pro.