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WiebeTech RTX 220-QR – Pro Storage at an Affordable Price Review
WiebeTech RTX 220-QR Price: Dependent on drive configuration – $499 with no drives PCI Card Info: TeraCard PCI – 30310-0500-0002 (TCESO-2e) Price: Provantage $81.50Read More
Take Control Of Backing Up Your Mac
Take Control Of Backing Up Your MacÂ Author: Joe Kissel Publisher: TidBITS Publishing Inc ISBN-13: 9781615423941, 210 pages Price: eBook US$15.00. Print US$28.99 BackupRead More
The Guardian MAXimus mini
Guardian MAXimus mini Company: newertechnology Price as tested: $229.99 NewerTech – Other World Computing Are you backing up? Do you have enough storage forRead More
DataTale TQ-M12H – Review
The handle is a guide as you insert your drive into a custom powered bay that connects to your Macintosh via FireWire 800/400/USB/eSATA. All necessary cables are provided.
Rocstor Arcticroc 4T Raid Drive
Today weâ€™ll be looking at one of Rocstorâ€™s newest storage solutions, the Arcticroc 4T RAID enclosure. At first glance the Arcticroc (AR) doesnâ€™t look like your run of the mill external storage solution. Itâ€™s not.
Mercury Elite-AL Pro Dual-Drive USB 2.0 + USB 2.0 Powered Hub – Review
Guy Serle takes a close look at the Mercury Elite-AL Pro Dual-Drive from Other World Computing. One enclosure, two drives, 2TB of date. Good deal, or something to avoid? Read on to find out.
Fantom Drives GForce MegaDisk NAS
The idea is that a NAS device securely sits out on your network and makes itself available to anyone authorized to use the network. Typical applications for a NAS include a central backup system, iTunes server, movie server, shared file server, and so on. This is a file server (and more) for the rest of us…or is it? Keep reading.
Drobo Storage Robot
MyMac.Com has reviewed different large multiple-disk storage products recently. They all share some common traits – multiple disks in an enclosure (USB or FireWire), looking like a large single volume, and some form of RAID technology applied. Next up, the Drobo Storage Robot from Data Robotics, Inc.
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