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Using a Toshiba X300 Hard Drive...
If you are using or plan to use a 4.0TB, 5.0TB, or 6.0TB X300 series Toshiba hard drive with the OWC Drive Dock, it’s recommended that you review our new...

LarrysDesk Where Are The Macs? Will All...
The MacBook Airs are currently the most advanced portable Macs that Apple is shipping. Utilizing the latest, energy-efficient, high-performance Intel Haswell CPU coupled with PCIe flash (SSD) storage, these...

NuGuard KX Stuff Happens – But So Do...
For seven years, I’ve been a proud owner of the iPhone. But today, I did something that I had yet to do with my iPhone in all of those...


PR_miniKit Take Your Mac mini To The...
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...

stopwatch Further Fusion Testing
Since Apple released their Fusion Drive, there have been a lot blogs focused on how to make a DIY (Do it Yourself) Fusion Drive for non-Fusion-Drive-equipped macs, but very...

Open Your Eyes To An Optical...
When I was five years old, it was discovered that I needed glasses. Everyone tried to convince me I would be so cool—I would be like the beloved cartoon...

Let’s Talk About RAID
No, not the bug spray. The RAID I’m talking about is a hard drive RAID or a Redundant Array of Independent Disks. As crazy as the name sounds, this...


Cloud Backups – The Good, The...
We have talked a good deal over the past months about the importance of keeping regular backups of your files. Don’t lose your data; keep your pictures safe; be...

Keep An Extra Backup When Traveling Keep An Extra Backup When Traveling
There are many reasons that having a backup for your data is a great idea. But this shouldn’t just apply when you’re at home, school or the office. It’s...

PR_ministackMAX Newer Technology Adds Optical Drive Choices...
Newer Technology, Inc. today announced the miniStack MAX, is now available in DVD/CD only read/write optical drive models for computer users that don’t require the Blu-ray functionality other miniStack...