Connected Data, the company behind the Drobo line of storage products, has announced a new product in the Drobo family: Drobo Mini with SSDs. Drobo Mini is capable of taking four SSDs, and is the one of best solutions on the market for portable SSDs for a wide variety of storage enthusiasts, including filmmakers and photographers.
The Drobo Mini hooks up to your PC through Thunderbolt or USB 3.0, and can take four 2.5-inch SSDs with an mSATA accelerator as an option. Coming in at less than three pounds, it's one of the lightest storage options on the market today. Better yet, it protects your data even in the case of multiple SSD failures. In this case, the Drobo Mini automatically repairs itself, returning to its protected state while providing the user with full access to their data, without the performance of the device being affected.
The new Drobo Mini with SSD is available right now in three capacities: 1TB, 2TB and 4TB with a starting price of $1199.
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