Dan's Thunder Dock

We are always interested and also just a little proud to see our products in use by our customers. It helps us to learn what we have done right, see what can be improved and gives us fresh ideas for new products. If you don't mind sharing how your own workspace looks like, please send us a picture of your setup with a few details about the equipment that is used. Of course, any comments, positive or negative, are welcome too.

In this article, we see under the hood of Dan's workspace. He had this to say about the AKiTiO Thunder Dock. "Thank you. It is a great device!! Congrats and best of luck selling it."

Anang's Thunder Dock

We are always interested and also just a little proud to see our products in use by our customers. It helps us to learn what we have done right, see what can be improved and gives us fresh ideas for new products. If you don't mind sharing how your own workspace looks like, please send us a picture of your setup with a few details about the equipment that is used. Of course, any comments, positive or negative, are welcome too.

In this article, we get a glimpse at the workspace of Anang. He had this to say about the AKiTiO Thunder Dock, "Technology done right. Thanks AKiTiO for including two eSATA ports on your Thunderbolt dock".

OTK Media Group

OTK Media Group, Inc. uses the AKiTiO Neutrino U3+ laptop hard drive enclosure on the production of “Werk! Living! Fierce!”

“The AKiTiO Neutrino U3+ laptop hard drive enclosure was a valuable tool during production of the series, “Werk! Living! Fierce!,” said Omar Kelly of OTK Media Group, Inc. “The drive offered a USB 3.0 SuperSpeed interface, a USB 2.0 backwards compatible interface, a FireWire 800 interface with two ports, and a FireWire 400 backwards compatible interface. I was able to daisy chain two Neutrino U3+ hard drives together, one as a scratch disk, and one as a main “final” disk, via the FireWire 800 interface. The drive was able to handle the work load, and remain cooler than other drives I have used before, in an on-location environment.”

“Working as the director of photography on this production, Director Cris Judd and I saw a need to keep the workflow moving at a consistent pace. The throughput speed of the USB 3.0 is fast enough, to ensure I don’t need to compromise the file type I want to use, and doesn’t limit the quality of the footage we capture. I was able to download files from my SD and Compact flash cards directly to the scratch disk quickly.”