OWC, a leading zero emissions Mac and PC technology company, today announced the addition of a 1.0TB model to the Mercury Extreme Pro 6G SSD lineup, with immediate availability. The 1.0TB drive is now the highest capacity model in the Mercury Extreme Pro lineup, which also includes 120GB, 240GB, and 480GB options. Built to meet the needs of professional audio, video, and photography users, the Mercury Extreme Pro provides the critical performance that professionals and power users require for today's demanding applications, especially when working with incompressible data.
Designed for speed, durability, and reliability, all Mercury Extreme Pro 6G models are also fully certified by Blackmagic Design, one of the world's leading innovators of creative video capture and post production editing products, powering direct capture and creativity in the field. Where every frame matters, the Mercury Extreme Pro 6G SSD provides reliable, flawless capture performance that every videographer depends on.
"With capacities now up to 1.0TB, the Mercury Extreme Pro SSD lineup continues to provide all the incredible performance content creation professionals need, with a higher capacity option than ever before, resulting in enhanced and more efficient workflows," said Larry O'Connor, Founder and CEO, OWC. "The certification by Blackmagic for the new 1.0TB Mercury Extreme Pro SSD reaffirms our commitment to serving the needs of video professionals with reliable, high-performance storage solutions."
Availability and Pricing
All OWC Mercury Extreme Pro 6G SSDs are available now for same-day shipping at MacSales.com and other authorized resellers. Pricing for the various drive sizes is:
- 120GB - $91.75
- 240GB - $172.75
- 480GB - $278.00
- 1.0TB - $429.00
All Mercury Extreme Pro 6G SSDs come with OWC's 5 Year SSD Limited Warranty.
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