Atech Introduces Blackjet VX-1R RED Min-Mag Flash Reader

Atech Flash Technology (AFT) has introduced their latest media reader — the Blackjet VX-1R RED Min-Mag Flash Reader. It utilizes the larger bandwidth 1,000 MB/s of USB 3.1 Gen 2, which allows users to ingest, edit and archive creative content from media cards at their maximum speeds. 

Atech’s Blackjet VX-1R utilizes the USB-C interface which allows it to be compatible with existing Mac and Windows Thunderbolt 3 computers. It can ingest footage with speeds up to 525 MB/s. Has a rugged metal enclosure to ensure durability and longevity and vent holes to increase heat dissipation.

The Blackjet VX-1R will ship on Dec. 18 at a price of $174.99.

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