Ever so often a technology comes along and replaces the status quo. The compact disc made floppies go extinct, the thumb-drive did the same to compact discs, and then cloud storage came and changed the game. What the ECLLPSE does is give us a taste of what the future ahead of cloud storage is.
Designed to be as compact as a pen-drive, with the capacity of a cloud-storage service, and without those nagging subscription costs, the ECLLPSE is a ridiculously small, universally compatible SSD with a robust outer construction that can go wherever you go. The SSD sits within a rugged, IP67 water and dust resistant enclosure that’s roughly the size of your thumb, boasting of storage as high as 2 terabytes fitting right within the palm of your hand. A USB-C interface allows the ECLLPSE to work with a wide variety of devices (there’s even a USB-A dongle for broader compatibility), ranging from mobiles to computers and even specialized gear like gaming consoles, cameras, and high-end recording equipment. Support for WTG (Windows to Go) even allows you to install operating systems on your ECLLPSE, letting you carry your own computer right in your pocket.
Flash drives were doomed when cloud storage took over, promising larger storage capacities that could be accessed anywhere. However, that golden future came with a caveat… subscription costs. One terabyte of storage could set you back hundreds of dollars a year even with the most affordable of rates, making that convenience more expensive in the long run. All that changes with the ECLLPSE. It’s just as portable as a pen-drive, with nearly 50 times the storage capacity. Multiple ports, jacks, and dongles ensure mass connectivity, which means the ECLLPSE works with your phone, laptop, camera, even your PS5 or Switch, and the fact that you pay for it once means you get the kind of convenience you’d expect from a cloud drive, but in a much more affordable avatar… and the icing on the cake, offline storage – which means your data is available everywhere, even without an internet connection. Along with that, the ECLLPSE even boasts of blazing-fast read and write times, giving you nearly 550mbps of read/write speeds (something your internet connection would barely be able to pull off).
Ultimately, ECLLPSE aims at being safer too. The fact that your data exists offline on a device you own means that it’s impervious to hackers and data breaches. Couple that with ECLLPSE’s rough, rugged, water-resistant construction and you’ve got storage that’s designed to serve you everywhere, indoors and out, whether you’re working on a laptop or backing up photos on your phone, or even whether you’re capturing and dumping 4K footage from your DSLR, or just storing your console games on a nifty stick-shaped SSD that you can carry around with you anywhere you go… without those pesky subscription charges too!