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Using Apple Time Machine for Backup

How to use Apple Time Machine for Data Safety.

Thunderbolt peripherals

Reviews of Thunderbolt products..

Transitioning to the 2013 Mac Pro

Peripherals and add-ons forexisting hardware..

How To Guides

How to perform useful tasks and upgrades..

Upgrading Your Mac

When and Why to Upgrade Your Mac..

Optimizing Photoshop CS4 Performance

How to configure a Mac to maximize Photoshop CS3/CS4 performance..

Choosing and Configuring a Mac

An in-depth look at how to find the right Mac setup for you.

How to Buy / What to Buy

Nuts and bolts of buying a Mac, and recommended extras..

Apple Mac Pro Westmere 4/6/8/12-Core (Aug 2010)

Choosing among 4/6/8/12 cores, and is 2010 Mac Pro faster or better than 2009 model?.

Optimizing Mac Application Performance

Optimizing specific application performance..

OWC Mercury Accelsior PCIe RAID SSD

Ultra-fast solid state storage with hardware RAID for a Mac Pro in a PCIe slot..

Solid State Drives, Various

SSDs and thumb drives..

OWC Mercury Extreme Pro 3G Solid State Drives

Fast and durable, enterprise-grade solid state drives..

Solid State Drives (SSD)

Choosing and using solid state drives..

Apple MacBook Pro Core i7 (April 2010)

A review of Apple’s first Core i7 laptop..

MacBook Pro eSATA Cards

A review of eSATA cards for the MacBook Pro..

OWC Portable Dual-Drive RAID-0 or RAID-1 Mini Enclosures

Dual-drive externals for travel or compact backup..

Drives and Expansion and Various

Reviews of various hardware and software..

Desktop Hard Drives

Performance and use..

Laptop Hard Drives

Technical performance data..

Older storage interfaces

Modern Macs use USB3 and Thunderbolt..


Blog posts

2014

2014-07-31 FOR SALE: eSATA enclosures, Thunderbolt to eSATA

2014-02-20 USB3 Ports and eSATA Ports on Older Mac Pro: NewerTech MAXPower eSATA 6G + USB3 PCIe Card

2014-01-28 FOR SALE: the MPG 12-core 3.33 GHz Mac Pro with 80GB

2014-01-03 FirmTek ThunderTek/PX Q6G: eSATA on Mac Pro vs via Thunderbolt

2013

2013-12-30 FirmTek ThunderTek/PX PCIe Thunderbolt Enclosure + Q6G 4-Port eSATA card

2013-11-24 Are Thunderbolt Product Choices Poised to Balloon in Variety, Availability, Scope?

2013-08-14 Thunderbolt and eSATA Combo

2013-07-24 Get the Existing Mac Pro While They Last?

2013-07-22 Thunderbolt Product Choices Poised to Balloon in Variety, Availability, Scope

2013-07-02 2013 Apple Mac Pro: Pure Elegance, Visualized

2013-06-13 Pegasus J4: One Part of the Switchover Solution for the new Mac Pro?

2013-06-13 2013 Apple Mac Pro: Connecting eSATA via Thunderbolt

2013-06-12 2013 Apple Mac Pro: Thoughts on a Switchover from Existing Tower

2013-06-04 New Apple Mac Pro? No PCI and no Internal Expandability? Will it be a Mac Mini Super Sized?

2013-05-19 OWC Mercury Accelsior E2: How Fast are the eSATA 6G Ports with External SSD?

2013-04-06 OWC Mercury Accelsior 'E2' PCIe SSD with Dual eSATA Ports — the Upgrade Process and Data Verification

2013-04-06 OWC Mercury Accelsior 'E2' PCIe SSD with Dual eSATA Ports — the Upgrade Process

2013-02-04 OWC Mercury Accelsior 'E2' PCIe SSD Includes Two eSATA Ports

2012

2012-12-10 My Favorite Mac Hardware

2012-10-27 OWC Mercury Elite Pro 4TB External with USB 3, Firewire, eSATA Ports

2012-07-09 The Thieves at Microsoft — Again

2012-07-05 OWC Elite Pro Mini SSD on MacBook Pro Retina with USB3 = Blazing Fast

2012-05-11 Loathing for Microsoft — Product Key

2011

2011-12-20 Stocking Stuffers and Gifts

2010

2010-12-29 Two Compact and Portable Choices for Mirrored or Striped External Storage

2010-08-08 My iMac 27" is Off to OWC for the MPG Pro One Upgrade — What I Ordered

2010-07-31 OWC a la Carte Upgrades for iMac, including eSATA, Memory, SSD option

2010-07-28 Pricing and Valuing the iMac Against the Mac Pro

2010-06-15 Cost Effective Reliable Backup and Storage

2010-05-22 Fast and ample storage in a MacBook Pro with 480GB SSD and 1TB HDD

2010-05-17 eSATA for the MacBook Pro (or Windows/Linux)

2010-04-26 MacBook Pro Core i7 SATA performance is top-notch!

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