Archive for June 25th, 2014

by Tom Nelson

OWC (Other World Computing) has long been a go-to place for Mac-related peripherals, so when the company started producing its own Thunderbolt-based external drive enclosures, my interest was piqued.


Image courtesy of OWC

Thunderbolt has been part of the Mac’s I/O capabilities since early 2011, and is now part of every current Mac model. Its big promise was to provide the fastest connection system between external devices and the Mac, but aside from Apple’s own Thunderbolt display, and a handful of Thunderbolt external drives in various RAID configurations, there haven’t been many Thunderbolt devices available.

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