Tag Archives: hdd
Screen Shot 2016-03-31 at 10.43.03 AM Hundreds of New Items Available in...
April has just about arrived. Hopefully, that means that you’ve already finished your spring cleaning and you’ve found out that you’ll be getting a nice tax refund in the mail....

MyUpgradesIcon ‘My Upgrades’ Takes the Guesswork Out...
There are hundreds of different Mac models, most of which are still currently in use somewhere. So, you’d be forgiven for not knowing exactly which upgrades and accessories are...

MEPDual OWC Announces Mercury Elite Pro Dual...
OWC announced today the release of the Mercury Elite Pro Dual, a hardware RAID storage solution featuring high speed USB 3.1 Gen 1 and two FireWire 800 ports. Dual-Drive...

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...


buzz_logo OWC CEO Takes Look Back at...
OWC Founder and CEO Larry O’Connor recently joined Larry Jordan for some tech talk on the Digital Production BuZZ show. Among the topics discussed are the evolution of SSD and HDD...

GarageSale-December Final Garage Sale of the Year...
MacSales.com has already put together a substantial list of gift and stocking stuffer ideas for the holiday season, but fortunately there was time for one last Garage Sale before...

Screen Shot 2015-11-26 at 5.14.07 PM Black Friday Deals Now On at...
Thanksgiving dinner is over. There’s just one thing on your mind now: Black Friday deals! MacSales.com is your destination for the best tech deals this holiday season. We have...


OWC Announces High-Performance OWC Drive Dock...
OWC announced today the availability of the OWC Drive Dock, a new docking station that allows creative professionals and other users of large amounts of data to easily hot-swap, and...

OWC_JLB Going Behind the Scenes With The...
Constantly on the go and making stops all across the country, The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus certainly has a unique set of technological needs. And for rugged hardware...