How to offload, edit, and share … without your laptop


If you’re a photo or video editor who has ever had to work on a location shoot or traveling on the road, you’ve probably experienced the limitations and issues of setting up a portable editing suite. Even if you’re not a pro editor, but are out camping, skiing, or snowboarding for the weekend and want to create some cool videos, do you really want to have to carry a laptop, drives, and other peripherals around, in addition to all your other gear?

Enter the GNARBOX. Small and compact, around the size of your standard portable drives, and protected in a rugged enclosure, the GNARBOX is a mobile editing suite that fits in your pocket and is controlled via a mobile app, which is available for iOS and Android. It provides 128GB of flash storage and is powered by a 1.92 GHz Intel® Quad-Core™ processor, 2GB of RAM, and a Quad-Core Intel HD Graphics GPU. It supports H.264 (.MP4 and .MOV) files, video resolutions up to 4K, frame rates up to 240 fps, and both JPEG and raw files from Sony, Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Fujifilm, and Olympus. It is even powered by a built-in 4000mAh lithium-ion battery that lasts 4-6 hours, or the included micro-USB 3.0 cable.

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