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As seen on Macbreakweekly: Description from apple.com Drobo with FireWire 800 - Apple Store (U.S.) As photos, video, movies, and music continue to devour your storage capacity, you need a...
11-20-2008, 12:49 PM #1
Drobo - "put all of your junk on a Drobo"
As seen on Macbreakweekly:
Description from apple.com
Drobo with FireWire 800 - Apple Store (U.S.)
As photos, video, movies, and music continue to devour your storage capacity, you need a solution that allows you to easily manage, protect, and scale storage for your Mac or PC. That's where Drobo comes in. It's the first fully automated storage robot to take the pain out of keeping your important digital content safe. Once you experience the power of Drobo, the idea of keeping multiple external drives or a RAID 5 array will seem as antiquated as that 28.8Kbps modem in the back of your closet.
With Drobo, you can quickly expand your storage to match the growth of your data library. It holds up to four hard drives and supports up to 16TB on a single volume. And you can add drives to Drobo at any time--mixing and matching capacities, brands, or speeds. That means no downtime, data migration, or waiting to access new capacity.
Safety and accessibility go hand in hand, since Drobo now offers both FireWire 800 and USB 2.0 connections. So you get outstanding performance along with data protection.
One-year limited (For details, please visit Data Robotics, Inc. | Drobo Product Specifications.)
Mfr. Part No.: DRO4DD10
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