Other World Computing announced today a new 1TB model of the popular OWC EnvoyPro EX ultra-portable SSD. Elegantly designed in anodized aluminum to match modern Macs and PCs, the Envoy Pro EX fits easily into a coat pocket, backpack, or briefcase for rugged, portable, high-performance storage. Now available in double the previous capacity, the 1TB Envoy Pro EX will be available for a hands-on demonstration throughout CES 2015 at the OWC booth #30572.
SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Bus-Powered SSD
The heart of the Envoy Pro EX is an OWC Aura Pro 6G SSD which offers real world sustained reads up to 436MB/s and writes up to 429MB/s. Besides offering blistering fast performance, the Envoy Pro EX is bus-powered for maximum portability.
Complements Apple’s Best Designs
The Envoy Pro EX combines elegance and fantastic performance into a sleek, portable storage solution that hides its underlying rugged dependability. It’s so impressive in form and function, it inspired Jim Tanous of The Mac Observer to proclaim it “absolutely beautiful and on par with the best that has come out of Jony Ive’s (SVP of Industrial Design at Apple) labs.”
“We’re very excited to add the new 1TB ultra-portable Envoy Pro EX to our storage solution lineup this CES 2015,” said Larry O’Connor, Founder and CEO, Other World Computing. “High performance combined with a rugged and aesthetically pleasing aluminum design make the Envoy Pro EX a beautiful addition to any system.”
OWC Envoy Pro EX Features:
- Ultra-portable anodized aluminum enclosure
- Aura Pro 6G SSD with Ultra-efficient Block Management & Wear Leveling
- Up to 436MB/s sustained data rates
- Only 2.125” x 4.5” x .4375” – less than half an inch thick
- Silent, fanless operation
- Bus-powered (no AC adapter required)
- Three-year solution limited warranty
The OWC Envoy Pro EX is available immediately in 240GB, 480GB and 1TB configurations. Visit OWC at CES 2015 at Booth #30572 to see a hands-on showcase of groundbreaking OWC products including the 1TB Envoy Pro EX.
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