26 August, 2014: As a hardware RAID system, the Pegasus2 supports all RAID configurations available for the number of internal drives it houses, be it four drives (the R4 model), six drives (the R6), or eight (the R8). In my testing, the Pegasus2 R8 proved to be the fastest consumer-grade direct-attached storage solution to date. It almost doubled the performance of its predecessor, as you’d expect from the move to Thunderbolt to Thunderbolt 2. It’s not perfect, though, since it’s very expensive and, in my trial, would take a relatively long time to resume from sleep mode, making it a little inconvenient to use with a laptop.The Pegasus2 family includes three models — the R4, the R6, and the R8 — that can house four, six, and eight internal drives, respectively. Housing standard SATA desktop hard drives of 2TB, 3TB, or 4TB, the Pegasus2 offers somewhere between 8TB and 32TB, depending on the models. The number of drives is the only difference among the three models. The more drives generally means more storage space and RAID options. I tested the R8 model, which is very representative of all three.
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