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RocketStor 5422: 2nd Generation USB 3.0 Storage Dock ? Dual-Dedicated 5Gb/s with UAS
The RocketStor 5422 is the industry's fastest dual-bay USB 3.0 storage dock, and is ideal for high-speed 6Gb/s SATA SSD's and 4TB hard drives. The innovative dual-5Gb/s bay architecture and UAS support deliver an unprecedented level of transfer bandwidth for a USB-based storage solution.
No Compromise High Performance
The RocketStor 5422 gives you the freedom to use any off-the-shelf SATA disk ? from today's fastest SSD's and high-capacity multi-terabyte hard drives, to cost-effective SATA I and II devices. Only RocketStor Storage Docks deliver the performance and versatility you need to take full advantage of your Ivy Bridge based notebook or MacBook's independent USB 3.0 ports. The RocketStor 5422 is fully compatible with Mac and PC desktop and portable computing platforms.
RocketStor 5422: USB 3.0 UAS Enabled
Maximizing the Performance Capability of SATA Storage over USB 3.0 Connectivity
The RocketStor 5422 can deliver unprecedented levels of storage performance when paired with UAS capable USB 3.0 controllers and HBA's, such as the RocketU 1144C. UAS enables USB 3.0 devices to store and process multiple commands in parallel; significantly reducing wait time and streamlining data transfers. The speed and efficiency advantages provided by UAS technology are ideal for multi-tasking and performance-hungry applications.
UAS (USB Attached SCSI) is a computer protocol that is used to transfer data to and from USB storage devices such as hard drives, solid state drives (SSDs) and thumb/flash drives. UAS is dependent on the USB protocol, and utilizes the standard SCSI command set. UAS offers maximized bandwidth utilization, and can handle multiple data transfer requests simultaneously, unlike the slower queue system of BOT (Bulk Only Transport), which only provides single-task commands ? each task must complete before the next begins. As a result, USB 3.0 connections working in UASP mode result in higher transfer speeds and lower CPU utilization. UAS clears data queues faster, which results in smoother-operating PC's.
New External Pioneer Blu-ray Disc Burners for PC & Mac Available now at Videoguys.com
Available to order at Videoguys.com or Call us at 800-323-2325
The Videoguys technicians just returned from the 2014 CES show in Vegas and had a great meeting with the folks at Pioneer up at their suite. Over the past year the Pioneer product line-up has grown and evolved. Now, in addition to internal Blu-ray drives, Pioneer also offers a complete line-up of external drives with different features and form factors.
While some of these drives ship with Cyberlink software, we don't recommend it for anything more than basic burning. If you are looking for a stand-alone Blu-ray Disc burning and authoring tool, we recommend Roxio Creator NXT (for Windows) and Roxio Toast (for Mac).
If you are looking for Blu-ray Disc authoring software to make movies that you can play on any Blu-ray Disc player; and a low cost, easy to use but powerful PC based video editing solution; we recommend Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum.
But, if your goal is to author professional quality, high-definition Blu-ray Disc movies, we recommend using the software integrated or bundled with our professional video editing products like:
- Adobe Creative Cloud for Teams or Adobe Premiere Pro with Encore
- Avid Media Composer with Avid DVD
- Apple FCP with Compressor
- Sony Vegas Pro with DVD Architect
- Grass Valley Edius Pro
Introducing the Next Generation Pioneer External Blu-ray Disc Burners
I am excited to introduce Pioneer?s new line-up of external burners. I've become a big fan of external Blu-ray burners. Like most of us today, I have many computers at my disposal: home & office, PCs & Macs, desktops & laptops; so the external options give me the flexibility to move the burner to the machine where I need it. This saves me a lot of money since I do not need a burner for every computer. It also allows me to invest in the best optical drive that I can even use on machines like my Mac Book Air which doesn't have a built-in drive at all. The Pioneer drives all support Blu-ray, DVDs & CDs so I can use it as the only optical drive with every machine I own and/or use.