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Briefly: FlipBook kickstand for iPad Air, OWC's 20TB ThunderBay 4

updated 05:45 pm EDT, Wed July 16, 2014

Felix announces integrated kickstand case for iPad Air

Mobile accessories creator Felix has announced the release of its new case for iPad Air. The FlipBook Air consists of a case with an integrated kickstand, featuring the aesthetic of a book cover. Composed of faux leather, the case includes a smart cover function that wakes the iPad upon opening, and engages the sleep function when it is closed. Its patented kickstand supports both horizontal and vertical viewing, and features proprietary air bladder technology for additional protection of one's tablet.



The FlipBook for iPad Air is priced at $60, and is available in-store at Apple stores and online in black or tan finishes.

OWC announces its ThunderBay 4 High-Performance four-Bay Thunderbolt 2 storage up to 20TB

Other World Computing has expanded its Thunderbolt interface product line with its new ThunderBay 4 professional-grade, four-bay enclosure with dual Thunderbolt 2 ports and RAID-ready capabilities. Available in capacities up to 20TB, the ThunderBay 4 offers large storage capacity, throughput and data-redundancy for any computer equipped with a Thunderbolt or Thunderbolt 2 port. Featuring sustained data rates up to 1342MB per second, the enclosure is ideal for A/V post-production, music, graphics, data management, photography uses and more.



Each of the ThunderBay 4's internal drives can be used independently, and a software RAID setup of the user's choice can set up a multi-drive array for high-performance storage and data redundancy. Its dual Thunderbolt 2 ports allow for daisy-chaining up to five additional storage devices if desired. Available in a range of capacities, pricing starts at $500.




by MacNN Staff

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  1. prl99

    Mac Enthusiast

    Joined: 03-24-09

    I don't want software RAID when there's hardware RAID controllers available that remove all the RAID processes from the Mac.

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