07.09.2012 01:54 AM
Sonnet Rolls Out Qio CF4 CompactFlash Reader
Transfers data from Red and Canon
IRVINE, CALIF.: Sonnet Technologies announced the launch of the Qio CF4 professional CompactFlash media reader. The CF4 is a four-slot CompactFlash memory card reader available with support for concurrent file ingest from all four slots and an integrated two-port 6 Gbps eSATA interface for connecting external storage systems.
With Sonnet’s Qio CF4, users can transfer data concurrently from four CF memory cards used by professional HD camcorders from Red and Canon, as well as DSLR cameras from Canon and Nikon.

The Qio CF4 PCIe 2.0 interface delivers an aggregate ingest speed of up to 400 MBps with four CF cards. The CF4 features a compact, rugged aluminum case with the same 5.9-by-6.2-inch footprint as the original Qio, but with a thinner profile.

The Qio CF4 is compatible with Thunderbolt technology and performs at maximum speed when connected with Sonnet’s Echo ExpressCard Pro Thunderbolt Adapter, xMac mini Server, Echo Express, or Echo Express Pro Thunderbolt Expansion Chassis. Two eSATA connectors on the back of the Qio CF4 enable the user to connect two Sonnet Fusion F2QR or F3 portable two-drive hardware RAID SATA storage systems or other SATA storage. These fast SATA connections accelerate card ingest when an eSATA interface is not otherwise available on a computer.

Compatible with Mac OS X 10.6.8+ (including Lion), Microsoft Windows 7, Vista, and Server 2008, the Qio CF4 is now available at a suggested retail price of $599 with either an internal PCIe 2.0 interface card or an ExpressCard/34 interface card.

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