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OWC Expands Thunderbolt Interface Storage Line with ThunderBay IV 4-Bay High-Performance Solution

Thursday, February 13th, 2014 | Author:

Other World Computing has announced that it hasPR_ThunderBay4 expanded its line of Thunderbolt interface storage products with the addition of the OWC ThunderBay IV four-bay external high-performance drive.

High-Performance Four-Bay Design

The ThunderBay IV, available in capacities up to 16TB of total storage, adds tremendous storage capacity and throughput to any Mac or PC with a Thunderbolt port. Applications such as A/V post-production, photography, music, graphics, data management, and even Time Machine backups are enhanced with access to data at sustained data rates of up to 887MB/s read, 884MB/s write.

Flexible for Individual Storage Needs

The ThunderBay IV supports independent drive access of up to four installed drives, is fully RAID ready, and is ideal for RAID 0, 1, and 5 configurations. Even combinations of RAID, individual drive(s) or multiple RAID sets are possible with OWC ThunderBay IV. Article Continues…

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Text And Type With The Matias Tactile One Keyboard

Monday, July 15th, 2013 | Author:

Who doesn’t have a friend or relative that sends you texts like “W Hen will youb e hoem banana pudding?” or “Matter to me, let’s get mustache for dinner.” It’s tempting to ignore these texts that are so obviously typed with reckless abandon, but what happens when they’re sent by someone you actually want to talk to? Unfortunately, you’re stuck—you have to put in the effort to decipher these texts.

You have a few options in this situation. First, you could continue playing Mad Gab and read their messages out loud to see what they could possibly sound like. (“Eye Mull of Musheen? Eye Mull…OH they mean ‘I’m a love machine..’ Wait…why is my grandmother texting me this…?”). You could assume that they actually do want mustache for dinner, and immediately look for a new friend. You can even peruse the keyboard to see what neighboring keys they are likely to have pressed while trying to text you about bologna sandwiches. Article Continues…

Love At First Type With Matias Tactile One Keyboard

Monday, June 17th, 2013 | Author:

Touch screens have revolutionized the way we use computers. Perhaps more importantly, they’ve changed the way we use our phones. The touch capabilities coupled with the power of the iPhone and other smartphones has boosted our mobile productivity unprecedented levels. It’s now possible to do many of the tasks that previously were reserved for your Mac right on your iPhone.

But while tapping a screen has served as a fine alternative to using a mouse, typing on a touch screen can still be frustrating and inaccurate. Fortunately, writing an email or texting on your iPhone doesn’t have to be a series of typos that lead to embarrassing auto-correct mishaps. With the Matias Tactile One Keyboard, you can bring the same comfort of typing on your Mac to your iPhone! And with the new special OWC price of $144.99, luxurious typing is easier to obtain than ever. Article Continues…

Father’s Day Guide: The Techie Dad

Monday, June 3rd, 2013 | Author:

Father’s Day is tough. Gift ideas are not easy to come by … and let’s face it, dad isn’t much help. So this year we’ve decided to go all out for dad’s big day. In this series leading up to June 16, we’ll give great gift ideas for all types of dads.

Dads around the world have been displaying their technological know-how for as long as they’ve been around. Dads have also been constantly bragging about their technological know-how for as long as they’ve been around.

Now is your chance to show dad what you’ve learned from him, and get him a gift that will make him look as tech-savvy as he feels. And there’s no easier way to do this than by giving him the upgrade that will help him get the most from his Mac or PC: an OWC Solid State Drive. Article Continues…

Time To Put On your Clever Caps And Do Battle In This Strategic TCG

Monday, May 13th, 2013 | Author:

Get your trading card game fix in this award-winning cross-platform wonder, for Mac OS X,  iOS, Android, and PC from Wulven Studios!

When it comes to visually stunning titles Shadow Era is up there in the charts, with bold graphic styles, and a wonderful interface, making this trading card game, (which typically translates poorly to handheld devices) an absolute joy to play.

When first starting the game, you must choose a hero to represent you and your deck. Hero’s are broken down into 2 factions, Human and Shadow, and each Hero also has a class.  This decides what kind of cards you can place into your deck. For example, if selecting a Human Mage Hero, I can use Human cards and Mage cards but not Rogue or Shadow.

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