Thursday, October 17th 2013

Akitio Develops World's First Fully Bus-Powered 512GB SSD Thunderbolt Storage

Akitio, a leading manufacturer of storage solutions, announced today the company has received certification on the world's first 512 GB, fully Bus-powered Thunderbolt storage solution. In addition to the company's ever-expanding line of storage solutions, the 512 GB model complements the series and is able to reach READ speeds of 520 MB/s on bus power.

Akitio has developed its own low power, high capacity and high performance SSD's that can be used in portable storage products, such as the Akitio Neutrino Thunderbolt Edition. The new 512GB model with a pre-installed solid-state drive (SSD) is available now with an MSRP of $599. The Akitio Thunderbolt series is available at Akitio.com, Amazon.com and several online and retail outlets across the world.

Since its founding in 1992, Akitio has remained focused on developing cutting-edge storage solutions to provide its customers with the fastest, most reliable storage solutions on the market.

"We are extremely proud to have created the world's first, fully bus-powered Thunderbolt product with a 512GB SSD," stated Richard Wright, director of global distribution, Akitio. "Video editing and post production professionals have been clamoring for a high capacity, bus-powered Thunderbolt storage solution, and we are confident that our 512GB Neutrino Thunderbolt Edition will fulfill those needs."
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5 Comments on Akitio Develops World's First Fully Bus-Powered 512GB SSD Thunderbolt Storage

#1
de.das.dude
Pro Indian Modder
so just a pink sata cable and done :O
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#2
Polen
What '' bus-powered '' is actually mean ?
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NeoXF
by: Polen
What '' bus-powered '' is actually mean ?
Think giant wind-mills and tiny rodents inside wheels.

LOL

No clue.
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#4
richwrighttw
Bus powered means that the device does not need to be plugged into a power outlet. It receives its power from the port on your computer (the bus). The beauty of this product is that you can use it when you are outdoors or away from power outlets, just plug it into your computer.
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#5
Prima.Vera
by: NeoXF
Think giant wind-mills and tiny rodents inside wheels.

LOL

No clue.
Dude common! Is just like those USB powered HDD that don't need any extra cable for power.
BTW, ALL USB Flash drives and thumbs are so called "bus-powered". LOL.
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