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Drowning in digital files?
These monster drives can
tame your digital archive.
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Glyph Studio RAID Thunderbolt 2
The Studio RAID o;ers both a USB 3.0 and a
Thunderbolt 2 connection for all your editing
and file transfer needs. There are a pair of
Thunderbolt 2 ports to support daisy-chaining
multiple Thunderbolt peripherals. You’ll be
able to configure a number of hardware RAID
modes in capacities ranging from 2-16TB.
From $400/ glyphtech.com
WD My Book Duo Packed with RAID-optimized WD Red hard drives
to deliver speeds of up to 360 MB/s sequential reads, the Duo comes preconfigured for RAID 0 but can be reconfigured using the included software
utility for RAID 1 or JBOD. The drive features a USB Type-C port (USB 3.1/Gen 1)
and a pair of USB Type-A ports (USB 3.0). It’s available in capacities up to 20TB.
From $280 / wdc.com
QNAP TVS-882ST3 Forget Amazon—
with the QNAP;TVS-882ST3, you can
build your own cloud, if not your own retail
empire. This 8-bay Thunderbolt 3 Networked
Attached Storage (NAS) has inputs galore and
accepts 2.5-inch hard drives or SSDs.
From $2,399 / qnap.com
Drobo 5D3 With a pair of
Thunderbolt 3 ports and a USB
Type-C ( 3.0), the 5D3 has the
throughput to handle mammoth
files. The mSATA accelerator bay
lets you add flash memory to
speed access to frequently used
files. The bay is sold diskless
and has five bays for 3.5-inch
$699 / drobo.com
Seagate Backup Plus Portable
5TB Currently the highest-capacity
mobile drive on the market, Seagate’s
Backup Plus connects via USB 3.0
and comes with Seagate Dashboard
software for backups.
$180 / seagate.com