Intel first announced Thunderbolt some time back this year, but it hasn’t been smooth sailing to see Thunderbolt devices roll out. Promise (now that’s a positive sounding name if we ever heard of one!) has introduced their first storage solution which is based on the new peripheral standard, assuming you can afford it, of course. This is not going to be an impulse purchase – considering the two 4- and 6-bay Pegasus storage solutions will retail from $999 for the 4TB model, all the way to $1,999 for three times the capacity.
The Pegasus line of high-performance RAID storage solutions that boasts Thunderbolt technology is crying out for you to swipe that credit card. According to Promise, the Pegasus solution will be accompanied by a couple of Thunderbolt ports and a stylish aluminum case, alongside a smart fan to keep things running cool without creating a din. You will be able to enjoy a data transfer speed of up to 864MBps, which is around 20 times faster than USB 2.0 and 8 times than FireWire 800 just in case you need a comparison.
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