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The Other World – Episode 91

Monday, January 27th, 2014 | Author:

Category: The Other World

Get The Most Out Of Your PlayStation 4 With OWC

Monday, January 20th, 2014 | Author:

PR_OWC_PS4SSDSo, you bought yourself a PlayStation 4 and you’re ready to start playing. Not so fast…before you can play, you have to download your first game. And that’s the moment you realize that many games will take up a decent chunk of your 500GB stock hard drive.

Then you start doing the math. How many games can you fit with some downloads being up to 50GB? No one wants to see the pop-up message telling you that you do not have enough space to download your next favorite game.

Well, once again OWC has the solution for you. We have all the space you could want, letting your double or even triple your PS4’s capacity, starting at just $99.99. Or perhaps you are a performance gamer looking for the quickest load times possible. Our SSD options will cover that and give you faster load, saving and boot times. Article Continues…

OWC Announces Hard Drive Upgrade Kit for PlayStation 4

Friday, January 10th, 2014 | Author:

PR_OWC_PS4SSDOther World Computing announced an upgrade kit for PlayStation® 4 at CES 2014 that will allow users to add capacity and boost performance up to 40% faster vs. stock drive for reduced system load time.

What it does

The OWC DIY Upgrade Kit for PS4™ allows PS4 owners to double storage and boost the performance with an OWC drive. DIY bundles include everything needed to upgrade/replace the existing 2.5” drive and transfer gaming data to new drive. For added value, the original drive can be converted to an external drive, using the included enclosure, for new use for data transfer, back up or portable storage for your computer. Article Continues…

Category: Press Releases

Show The World Your Favorite OWC External Solution!

Thursday, December 26th, 2013 | Author:

lr_singlestackedOWC external storage solutions have received plenty of love over the years from customers and reviewers alike. And now you can show just a little bit of your love for our award-winning externals at Lifehacker.

The website is conducting a poll in its comment section asking readers to let the world know which external hard drive they think is best.

Scroll down and you’ll see that the OWC Mercury Elite Pro has already been nominated. So, if you want to show your support, feel free to click and give the Mercury Elite Pro a “star.”

And if there is another OWC external drive that you’d like to see nominated, well head on over and sound off! And here are some images to make posting your favorite even easier.

OWC DIY Data Doubler Kits: Versatility Limited Only by Creativity

Thursday, November 21st, 2013 | Author:

prod_datadoubler-bundle-ssd3gelectraAt 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:

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Category: Tech Tips