One of the biggest professional gripes about the new MacBook Pro—dongle issues aside—is its lack of upgradability. Apple made the decision to solder the storage onto the logic board (just as it does with RAM), making it impossible for users to upgrade past the capacity they choose at the time of purchase.
There’s one big drawback to Apple’s thin, svelte laptop: once you pull the trigger on a Macbook, you’re generally stuck with the specs for life. So when a company claims to offer an idiot-proof SSD upgrade, it’s worth checking out.
When I bought my Macbook Pro a year ago, I was feeling so internally guilty about spending $1500 on a laptop that I only paid for 128GB of storage, a decision I’ve regretted about three times per day ever since. This solution isn’t cheap, but at least it will stop me whining.
Frustrated with your fancy new MacBook’s single USB-C port? OWC wants to be your laptop’s knight in shiny, connected armor with a brand new USB-C dock that turns its lone port into 11 additional connections so you can have all of your hardware and accessories plugged in at the same time.
This is a great modification if you don't mind having a hole on the bottom of your new 27-inch iMac 2010: Add an eSATA port to attach an external hard drive. Best part: You don't have to do it yourself.
OWC closes out this week of gadget shipments with some reasonably priced solid state drives.
OWC's USB to DVI/VGA/HDMI adapter is just like the ViBook version which we've been testing, and gives you up to six (four for OS X) extra displays on one computer. YES.
It seemed like just yesterday when we pointed out OWC's 1TB Dual Drive RAID Array. But that was back on July 26, 2005, when that sucker cost $979.99, and now here's a 2TB RAID array for $1099—just a few bucks more, but nearly two years later, too.
Good news, media pirates/porn addicts: you can now get an external drive that can hold a whopping 1TB of your illegal/illicit materials. OWC is releasing its Mercury Elite-AL Pro "Quad Interface" 1.0TB External Drive Solution for $600, and it's loaded up with connectivity options. You can plug it in via FireWire 800,…
Other World Computing (OWC) has taken a Seagate Momentus 7200 160GB 2.5-inch drive and put it into an enclosure that gives you fast throughput with a trio of port choices, including USB 2.0, FireWire 400 and 800. The OWC 160GB Mercury On-The-Go is bus powered, freeing you from wall warts and their associated wires by…
This isn't the first and this definitely won't be the last terabyte drive out there but OWC has introduced a dual-drive RAID system for $979.99. I just want us all to sit back and think on things for a moment. My first PC had a 10MB disk drive. Then I got a 40MB. Then I got a few GB, then maybe 20GB. Now, however,…