Every year, people go through the same routine during spring-cleaning: Empty the house of all of the stuff they accumulated during the winter … and then fill up the garage with all of the stuff they accumulated during the winter.
Our “garage” is also full this spring, but luckily for our readers, a full OWC garage only means more great deals to be passed along!
Here are just a few of the great deals we have in storage for our April Garage Sale:
- Over 60 Air, Retina, 2.5”, 3.5” HDD & SSD Enclosures from $0.65
- Video Cables-Adapters from $9.75 and Mac Pro Video Cards from $89!
- Great Selection of Memory Modules & Matched Set Kits up to 32GB
- SSDs 120GB to 480GB that will make your Mac Fast from $69!
- Thunderbolt Cables, Docks, Enclosures, SSD Externals & More
- Plug & Play Desktop Drives 1TB to 8TB starting from $59.50!
- Cases, Stands, More for iPad, iPad Air & mini, up to 61% off
- Cases, Stands, and More for iPhone 4/4S/5/5S up to 61% off
- Data Doublers, Trays, 2.5 Adapters, Mount Kits, More from $2.50
- Selection of 2.5” Drives 5400RPM, 7200RPM, Hybrid up to 1.0TB!
- Over 20 3.5” Drives up to 640GB to 4TB from $37.50; 2TB from $69
- Nice Keyboard, Mouse, TrackPad Selection at nice prices Article Continues…
We at OWC are always hard at work to help you get the most from your Mac – both older and newer models. And since it’s been a little while since we’ve showed our OWC Blog readers our new additions to our Instructional Series of videos, we thought we’d give you a look at what the OWC video team has been up to lately.
As you can see after the jump, we’ve recently added a whole batch of new instructional videos for your benefit. You can head over to our Tech Center or our YouTube Channel to check them out: Article Continues…
Over recent years, Apple has slowly phased out optical drives from its Mac lineup. In fact, the non-Retina MacBook Pro is the only Mac that currently ships with an optical drive. And even if you have a MacBook Pro with an optical bay, you can choose to add a second drive in its place via the OWC Data Doubler with some models.
But owning a Mac without an internal optical drive or opting for more storage and performance with the OWC Data Doubler plus a second hard drive or SSD doesn’t mean you can’t still get the benefits from an optical drive. And luckily, OWC has the right solution for your optical needs! Article Continues…
Thursday, November 21st, 2013 | Author: OWC Mason
At OWC, we make it as easy as possible for you to “double your data” on your own terms. If you want to add a second internal drive or add a Solid State Drive (SSD), then we have an OWC DIY Data Doubler Kit that is right for you!
What can “Data Doubler” mean for you? Well, that depends on what your needs are. You can add up to an additional 1.5TB of internal storage, install an SSD for nearly instant boot and app loads or even create a RAID array. There are plenty of other interesting options as well.
The OWC DIY Data Doubler Kits include everything you need to configure your Mac to best suit your needs. Our highly rated DIY Data Doubler Kits are a simple, affordable way to enhance performance, capacity and security.
All of this flexibility is right at your fingertips when you upgrade your MacBook, MacBook Pro or Mac mini with an OWC DIY Data Doubler Kit. OWC also offers install videos for all of our Data Doublers to help walk you through the process of adding one to your system. Once installed, the drive is recognized like any other high-speed SATA storage device. It’s really that easy!
Of course, it’s up to you to decide how one of our Data Doublers would best serve you. That’s why we broke down and explained a few of the different options for you:
Other World Computing has just launched an upgraded OWC “Data Doubler” Kit, which can now add a new 1.5 TB drive , and is compatible with 2011 and later Mac minis. Bare kits or additional capacity bundles are also available.
What it does: this DIY kit enables Mac mini owners to add a second internal hard drive and install up to two drives for up to 3.0 TB of storage, or add a high-performance solid-state drive (SSD) to complement (or fully replace) the existing internal factory drive. Article Continues…