The Aero XDC Mini from Tether Tools is an ideal external drive compartment that is compatible with any Tether Table Aero. The Aero XDC Mini frees up valuable space on the Tether Table due to its low-profile sleeve, which mounts under the table's surface. The compartment's tunnel design allows for easy connectivity of drives and cables. The open structure also provides efficient ventilation in order to keep the external hard drives cool and operational.
External hard drives play an enormous role in a tethered photographer's work-flow. There are several benefits to utilizing these drives, such as providing instant image access, overcoming limited internal computer storage space and implementing a real-time back-up system and protecting against drive failure.
Note: External hard drive sold separately.
The Aero XDC Mini is artfully designed to integrate seamlessly with the complete Aero System product line. Constructed with the same lightweight T6 aerospace aluminum and a non-reflective black finish, the Aero XDC Mini complements existing Tether Table Aero platforms
The Aero XDC Mini can be positioned on either side of any Standard or Traveler Tether Table Master for effortlessly integration. The Aero for 13" / 15" / 17" Apple MacBook Pro and iMac Tether Table are also compatible with the Aero XDC Mini, but can only be positioned on the left side of the table
Designed to fit the most popular mobile external hard drives used by photographers today, the Aero XDC Mini measures 4.0 x 0.75 x 6.0" / 10.1 x 1.9 x 15.2cm and can comfortably fit one compact, slim external hard drive or smartphone
In the Box
Tether Tools Aero XDC Mini (Black)
Lifetime Limited Warranty
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Single compact external hard drive or smartphone
Standard Tether Table Master
Traveler Tether Table Master Left Side Only
Aero for 13" Apple MacBook Pro
Aero for 15" Apple MacBook Pro
Aero for 17" Apple MacBook Pro
Aero for Apple iMac
Maximum Load Capacity
4.0 lb / 1.8 kg
Always refer to studio stand/tripod's weight load limits before assembly. Their load limit always takes precedence.