In case you’re unaware, Intel has created a new technology called Thunderbolt and it is presently in the current MacBook Pro line-up. We previously reported on the Promise Pegasus RAID storage and it looks as if Intel has gotten their hands on one and are showing it off what their Thunderbolt technology really can do.
The video demonstrates the MacBook Pro connected to the Promise Pegasus RAID storage and an external display. Intel’s Jason Ziller copies a 4 GB file in under 10 seconds and then shows 4 high definition videos playing on one display passing through the Promise Pegasus RAID as if it weren’t plugged in to it at all. It’s really a nerds dream come true and you need to see it for yourself.
The MacBook Pros were recently announced and come packed with Thunderbolt, HD FaceTime cameras and Intel’s Sandy Bridge CPUs. The Promise Pegasus RAID storage should be coming out in the second quarter of this year.
Check out the video below.