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TerraMaster announces the Thunderbolt 3 equipped TD2 DAS

TerraMaster has proudly announced a new lineup of Thunderbolt 3 equipped direct-attached storage solutions to provide fast video and data access to content creators and multimedia professionals.

The new TD2 direct-attached storage (DAS) line from TerraMaster utilises the power of Thunderbolt 3 to allow 40Gbps data transfer in a two-bay plug and play device, ideal of Mac Pro media professionals who require large storage solutions with high-speed access in a portable form factor.

TerraMaster has equipped the TD2 DAS with Thunderbolt technology so users can connect multiple devices simultaneously via a daisy chain, allowing you to scale devices from a single source. The TerraMaster TD2 two-bay device supports professional-grade RAID0 or RAID1 configuration for improved performance or data redundancy.

TD2 DAS also supports HDDs up to 16Tb capacity, in both 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch format to allow for the use of either SSD or HDD storage devices. Total supported capacity of the TD2 is 32GB, enough to provide large, high-speed and portable storage wherever you are working. Daisy chain allows you to scale your production with up to six TD2's, for a Hugh 168TB total storage capacity.

The TerraMaster TD2 DAS features a compact and portable form factor that has a allows users an easy transition from laptops while on the go, to your workstation when back at the office or home.  An easy-grip handle on the device allows it to be carried with you wherever you need. The device is also compatible with previous generations via the Thunderbolt-to-Thunderbolt 3 converter to quickly move between devices.

TerraMaster has made the TD2 DAS available to purchase now from its online store, priced at £299.90.

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KitGuru says: The TerraMaster TD2 DAS should offer busy professionals more than enough data storage, with its huge 32TB capacity when two drives are installed. What do you guys think of this new portable DAS from TerraMaster?

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