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  1. Whats in a Data Wranglers Kit? Ive recently delved into DW, got a MacBook Pro M1 with Hedge and a Caldigit Element HUB on the way that i ordered. My question is what else do i need? Software-wise, Do i need EditReady / Foolcat for example or any other software? (Silverstack i'll use on my eventual transition as DIT. Its great but out of budget for sole data wrangling). I heard that when the camera gets rented so do the card readers.. Is this true or do i need some of my own card readers? Would an external SDD help me to offload files quicker if client brings the dreaded slow LaCie HDD drives? Any other input to Software or Hardware items would be greatly appreciated! Thank you 🙂
  2. It looks absolutely awesome... but it's a bit pricey. I'm wanting to add a few extra ports to how I'm working as a data wrangler (I'm primarily an Editor) and this Echo 15 looks like it may be twisting my arm. However, the price tag had me searching for other solutions. I found one other dock that had USB 3.0, eSATA, Thunderbolt & FW. That was the Akito Thunderbolt Dock (with a couple less USB 3.0) and there's not much in the price difference. If I was to chose from these two the winner would be the Sonnet for sure. I thought about it and tried searching a little more... keeping in mind that I still own an Echo ExpressCard Pro, which connects via Thunderbolt. I use this mainly with an eSATA adapter. I tried to find a cheaper solution (we're all about saving money and we know it!) and I found this... the Elgato Thunderbolt Dock. It has 2 Thunderbolt ports, 3 USB 3.0, HDMI, Ethernet and it's less than half of the price. I know it doesn't have eSATA but... I have a question (at last, I got to the point!): If I connect my Echo ExpressCard into the spare Thunderbolt port of the Elgato (thus giving me eSATA connectivity) will transfer speeds be massively different compared to the Express 15? or does adding that ExpressCard screw things up a little? Overall, my suggested solution won't be a tidy little box like the Echo 15 is but it should be a cheaper alternative right? Am I being naive or should I just shut up, bite the bullet and get an Echo 15? Any help or insight would be great. Help a newbie out... Thanks guys. Links: SONNET http://www.sonnettech.com/product/echo15prothunderboltdock.html AKITO http://www.amazon.co.uk/Akitio-Thunderbolt-Computer-Docking-Multilink/dp/B00INMUTUS/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1409246154&sr=8-2&keywords=Akitio+Thunder+Dock ELGATO http://www.amazon.co.uk/Elgato-Thunderbolt-Dock-Apple-MacBook/dp/B00HWR3XGW ECHO EXPRESSCARD http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sonnet-Echo-ExpressCard-Thunderbolt-Adapter/dp/B0080MQJJ6/ref=sr_1_1?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1409249810&sr=1-1&keywords=echo+expresscard
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