CES 2020: OWC announces the Mercury Elite Pro Dock

CES is here and OWC has announced its OWC Mercury Elite Pro Dock storage device. It is a dual-drive RAID that looks to combat clutter and keep computers running at optimal speeds.

In total, the Mercury Elite Pro Dock stores up to 28TB and combines with an integrated 7-port dock. It’s a multi-tool that integrates three or more devices. Also, it operates with one cable and 7 ports of connectivity. The Dock accepts video through its frontside SD 4.0 card reader and offers Ethernet connectivity, extra USB ports and 4K monitor support.

Furthermore, the OWC Elite Pro Dock is equipped with two Thunderbolt 3 ports allowing for daisy-chaining of up to 5 additional devices.

“Right at home in a professional music or videography studio workflow, the Elite Pro Dock is also perfect for home use,” says OWC. “Whether you’re in the middle of a critical creative deadline, or simply securing family memories, the Mercury Elite Pro Dock is warrantied to arrive operating properly out-of-the-box for immediate use and professional-grade reliability.”

Breakdown

  • Up to 28TB of Data Storage Capacity + Docking functions
  • Drive status LED indicators
  • Built-in SD 4.0 (UHS-II) card reader
  • Dual drive bays
  • Dual USB 3.1 Gen 1 (Type-A) ports
  • 1 Gigabit Ethernet port
  • AC power input
  • Hardware RAID controller
  • Built-in hardware RAID
  • Supports Mac
rear view of the OWC Mercury Elite Pro Dock showing connectivity options

Pricing and availability

There are many versions you can get of the OWC Mercury Elite Pro Dock. Here is the breakdown for all the iterations:

  • 0TB — $319
  • 4TB — $519
  • 6TB — $569
  • 8TB — $599
  • 12TB — $749
  • 16TB — $869
  • 20TB — $1,049
  • 24TB — $1,199
  • 28TB — $1,399

All of the different models are out now. Also, you can get a look at them on the show flow at CES 2020.

Sean Berry
Sean Berry
Sean Berry is Videomaker's managing editor.

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