Double the Elite-AL Price Drops

Wow… this is getting embarrassing. Two weeks ago, we had a nice “Two-fer” price drop on the OWC Mercury On-The-Go Pro. Then, last week, we saw a second pair of drops on the Mercury Elite-AL Pro RAID solutions (along with an extra drop for the NewerTech Guardian MAXimus). With all these reductions recently, there’s no way that we could have another pair of drops for you…

Apparently, though, there is a way, because we’ve got price drops on both the Firewire/USB and “Quad” Interface versions of the OWC Mercury Elite-AL Pro storage solution.

Like all of our storage solutions, the Mercury Elite-AL Pro series offers incredible performance along with great versatility. Key features include:

  • Oxford 924 based performance bridge solution
  • Two 1394B 9 pin FW800 ports, One 1394A 6 pin FW400 port, One USB 2.0 port, One eSATA port (“Quad” Interface Model Only)
  • Two 1394A Pin 6 Pin FW400 Ports, One USB 2.0 Port (FW/USB version only)
  • Large data buffer up to 32MB
  • Fully bootable, ideal for applications, A/V, Photos, Music, etc.
  • Certified for Audio/Video and Time Machine
  • Attractive & compact shock resistant Aluminum design
  • Connection cables for all interfaces included.
  • Prosoft DataBackup III (OS X), NovaStor NovaBackup (Windows), Carbon Copy Cloner (OS X), and Intech Speed Tools (8.6-10.6.x) included
  • Fully Mac & PC compatible
  • Industry leading comprehensive 3 year solution warranty

That’s a lot of value packed into a single storage solution. But we’re going to make them an even better value with these new prices.

“Quad” Interface Models

FW/USB Models

Prosoft Drive Genius 3 Bundle Offer

Purchasing Prosoft Drive Genius 3 along with an OWC Mercury Elite-AL Pro (or any OWC or NewerTech external storage solution) can save you $60 off the retail price of the program. Check our Web site for more details.


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  • I noticed that your Elite-AL Quad changed designs between my purchases. Both the enclosure and the power connector is different.

    I’m curious as to what caused the redesign?

    I do like the newer ones better and have off loaded my older ones on a programmer who likes life being difficult. :-)