New USB3 drive SSD perfect for DJing!
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    Default New USB3 drive SSD perfect for DJing!

    http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/exter...Blast15Apr27v2

    Big Storage. Big Speeds. Small Footprint.
    Because it's a desktop-class SSD, the Envoy Pro mini is fast - lightning fast. In fact, it's nearly twice as fast as the average thumb drive. Sustained speeds up to 433 MB/s mean real-world performance you can depend on. Available in 120GB and 240GB capacities, it's a powerful little workhorse with the time-tested pedigree of the OWC SSD family.


    I don't have USB3 on my Mac but wow this things looks awesome, maybe just for backup but you could put heaps of tracks on this thing

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    its an mSSD in a fancy plastic case lol... I have one inside my laptop as a second harddrive. they look like ram sticks almost

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    Quote Originally Posted by loverocket View Post
    Everything is cheaper when its 6 times the physical size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deevey View Post
    Everything is cheaper when its 6 times the physical size.
    $70 for 3" x 5" or $120 for 4" x 1"

    a 3" x 5" drive isn't hard to tote around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loverocket View Post
    $70 for 3" x 5" or $120 for 4" x 1"

    a 3" x 5" drive isn't hard to tote around.
    Also requires an additional cable - what I mean is that convenience and size always comes with a cost, its not "that" expensive given the form factor.

    But for the same $120 you could get a 256gb mSATA SSD and USB 3 enclosure.

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    its a fliipin USB stick people not a huge hard drive with cables or an enclosure

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    This looks cool how exactly would you have to setup everything in order to utilize it?

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