OWC miniStack STX review

OWC’s miniStack has been a Mac Mini companion device for a long time. The STX is the newest version, featuring storage and Thunderbolt expansion. OWC says it’s the world’s first Thunderbolt certified Thunderbolt 4 storage solution.… Read More OWC miniStack STX review

Review of the CalDigit Thunderbolt Station 4

CalDigit is famous for its TS3 and TS3+ hubs. These are the hubs that have the most ports on them and which you can position upright or on their sides on your desk. The combination of those two parameters — expansion capability and position flexibility — makes these the most wanted expansion docks on the market. And now, with the TS4, the first parameter gets another dramatic upgrade. The TS4 is an even more capable hub in the same form factor and size as its predecessors.… Read More Review of the CalDigit Thunderbolt Station 4

iodyne launches Pro Data, a 12 NVMe SSD solution with 8 Thunderbolt ports

iodyne’s Pro Data is a storage device that holds 12 NVMe SSDs and has eight Thunderbolt ports for video editors, photographers, audio engineers, and workgroup users who need massive storage space combined with the highest possible throughput. Pro Data works with any computer that has a Thunderbolt port, but is the most useful when paired with M1 Macs.… Read More iodyne launches Pro Data, a 12 NVMe SSD solution with 8 Thunderbolt ports

OWC U2 ShuttleOne review

OWC’s Mercury Helios 3S, the expansion solution that adds an external PCIe slot to your Thunderbolt 3 equipped computer, can be fitted out with a U.2 NVMe Interchange System, and that system can house several removable trays, one of which is the U2 ShuttleOne for exactly one NVMe SSD. You can use the U2 ShuttleOne to quickly offload footage from a U.2 capable video capture setup like the BlackMagic URSA Mini Pro 12K camera with URSA Mini Recorder, in server racks, game computers, etc, etc.… Read More OWC U2 ShuttleOne review

Review: OWC Thunderbolt Hub — The One with Thunderbolt 4 and USB4 ports

The OWC Thunderbolt Hub is a small aluminium Thunderbolt 4/USB 4 dock with a shiny black bottom and top. Worked into the top surface is the OWC logo in the form of a LED that glows white when the computer isn’t connected and blue when it is. It has three Thunderbolt 4 ports and one USB 4 port, all of which are backward compatible.… Read More Review: OWC Thunderbolt Hub — The One with Thunderbolt 4 and USB4 ports