LenovoEMC px4-400d is a desktop network attached storage device. CES 2014 is the first place to see it, so if you're not there, read on. That means excellent safety for your files and with capacity for 4 HDDs and up to 16TB in total. Having the four drive bays enables RAID configurations, one of the best methods of storage a video editor can ask for. As a NAS device the LenovoEMC px4-400d protects data that is easily accessed throughout a network. The accessibility for this storage device extends to the compatible platforms since it'll work with Apple, Windows and Linux operating systems, and is capable of 18 different languages.
The features of the LenovoEMC LifeLine operating system enable a lot of great features like remote access, cloud technology, and solid state drive support. The hot swappable 7200rpm SATA-III Server Class drives make for an exceptional storage option. At $729 for the diskless model, you'll want to think of it as an investment, and when it allows you to work in multiple places or to include many members of a team, it has the potential to become invaluable. The device is welcome innovation of storage device's strengths, and leads us to believe LenovoEMC will be a manufacturing team to watch in the coming year.