Gnarbox edits and shares HD video sans laptop

There are a bunch of reasons why people like to record HD video and then need the ability to edit that video without a notebook. It's easy to record HD video wherever you are and whatever you are doing today thanks to cameras like the GoPro that are small and portable. It's not so easy to edit that video without having a notebook with you at all times. The Gnarbox is designed specifically to allow you to edit your video and share it on the go without needing a notebook.

Gnarbox is on Kickstarter right now seeking $100,000 and has raised over $311,000 so far and the project has 17 days to go before funding. Gnarbox allows users to backup cameras in the field, organize footage, edit footage, and share in full resolution.

Up to 128 GB of data can be uploaded to the Gnarbox via USB, microSD cards, or standard SD cards. The Gnarbox has a hotspot feature and can connect up to four devices at one time or transferring video to and from the device with no wires. Content can be transmitted at up to 4GB/min.

Inside the Gnarbox hides a quad-core 2.2 GHz CPU, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, a pair of USB 3.0 ports, and more. The device has a battery good for up to eight hours of use per charge. A pledge of $149 or more will get you a Gnarbox with shipping estimated for March 2016.

SOURCE: Kickstarter