LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today at the National Association of Broadcasters Convention (NAB), mLogic LLC introduced the mLink R specifically designed to enable RED Rocket workflows on portable computers with Thunderbolt connectivity such as the MacBook® Pro. mLink R features a small and sleek chassis tailored to the RED Rocket card and provides two Thunderbolt ports for daisy-chaining of up to six high-speed Thunderbolt peripherals.
“mLink R is the latest edition to our new line of Thunderbolt expansion chassis,” said Roger Mabon, CEO of mLogic. “Custom developed for the RED Rocket card, mLink R will satisfy RED users who crave a truly portable solution for REDCINE-X.”
“The mLink R is of high interest due to its small size and that is specifically targeted to our customers looking for maximum portability running a MacBook Pro with the power of RED Rocket for realtime high-quality playback and file prep for post,” said Ted Schilowitz, RED Digital Cinema.
mLink R will be demonstrated at the 11th Annual CPUG Supermeet (www.supermeet.com) on Tuesday, April 17th at the New Tropicana Hotel and on Wednesday, April 18th at the RED Digital Cinema booth (SL3324) at 4pm. mLink R will also be on display at the G-Technology booth (SL11105).
Pricing and Availability
mLink R will be available in July. MSRP is $799.99.
About RED Digital Cinema
The idea behind the RED camera system is simple. Design and build a high performance digital cine camera with the quality of 35mm film and convenience of pure digital. RED delivers unmatched image quality with no recording system limitations.
About mLogic LLC
mLogic LLC develops innovative peripheral products for personal computers. mLogic LLC was established in 2011, by industry veteran Roger Mabon, founder of G-Technology, Inc., (now part of Western Digital Corporation) and Jean-Pierre Durand, Principal Industrial Designer for G-Technology. mLogic maintains its headquarters in Culver City, California.
mLogic, and mLink are trademarks of mLogic LLC.
Thunderbolt and the Thunderbolt logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the US and/or other countries.
RED Rocket is a trademark of RED Digital Cinema. All other trademarks are properties of their respective owners.