Today, we are in a space where media professionals require faster systems with more storage capacity, but for many who enjoy more compact systems, this just isn’t possible. The OWC ThunderBay 4 mini seems to tackle just that. At 7.6″ long (pencil length) 4.6″ high and 3.6″ wide, the ThunderBay 4 mini weighs only 2.4 lbs, yet is capable of storage up to 8TB (4TB SSD) and speeds just under 1.4GB/s when utilizing flash media. The ThunderBay 4 mini provides a smaller footprint for working on media such as 4K files than has ever been seen before, and Thunderbolt 2 makes sure that work is capable of being completed in a quick and efficient manner.
Ron is a non-binary tech writer that presently identifies as a reviewer but is currently transitioning toward modding.
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