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Friday July 1, 2005 12:46 pm

Sonnet Debuts New SATA II External Enclosure


Posted by Kristin Wenzel Categories: PC / Laptop, Peripherals


Sonnet Fusion 400Sleek as it is sweet, Sonnet’s new Fusion 400 external drive enclosure looks like the next toy on my Christmas list.  With four hot-swappable 3.5” drive bays, support for not only 3Gb/s drives but backwards compatibility with 1.5Gb/s drives, a small footprint, a sleek exterior and built in universal power supply, it certainly looks like it’s got some bite to back up the bark. 

To quote SonnetTech.com:

Start out with a single drive for simple data storage and then add additional ones as the need arises, or fill the enclosure with four drives up to 500GB each to create a monster 2 terabyte striped RAID array for uncompressed HD video capture and editing—Fusion 400 is truly versatile.

Now THAT’S what I’m talkin’ ‘bout!  Very nice.  And, even better, the connection from the hot-swappable drives to the enclosure is cable-less, causing not only less mess but less degradation of signal, which may not mean much to the average data-storing customer but means everything to a video-editor or musician.

The Fusion 400 is the first in a new line, and works with Mac, Windows and Linux machines, as long as they’ve got a compatible SATA controller.

Read More | MacNN.com
Product Info | SonnetTech.com


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