Atech Launches Blackjet UX-1 RED Edition Media Reader

Atech Flash Technology (AFT) has introduced the Blackjet UX-1 RED Edition Cinema Dock, featuring a dual SSD docking solution plus dual slots supporting the RED Mini-Mag media cards

Atech said the Blackjet UX-1 RED Edition is designed to be used in any standard industry 1U rack mount system. The reader uses dual Thunderbolt 3 connections with speeds of up to 40Gb/s of Thunderbolt 3, which allows users to ingest, edit and archive content simultaneously. A second Thunderbolt 3 port supports daisy chaining of five additional Thunderbolt devices, a 5K display or one USB device.

The Blackjet UX-1 is compatible with existing Mac and Windows Thunderbolt 3 computers, but it is also compatible with Mac Thunderbolt 2 computers when used with the Apple Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 adapter. Dual SSD Slots can be RAID 0, RAID 1 or JBOD (Software RAID).

The Blackjet UX-1 RED Edition is priced at $599. 

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