OWC Mercury Accelsior E2 Review - SSD RAID and eSATA in One PCIe Card
Expanding your Mac Pro's storage system couldn’t be any easier than installing an OWC Mercury Accelsior E2 PCIe card.
Review: OWC Mercury Helios PCIe Thunderbolt Expansion Chassis
The Mercury Helios PCIe Thunderbolt Expansion Chassis allows you to add many different expansion cards usually reserved for use with a desktop Mac Pro to any Thunderbolt-equipped Mac.
Smartfish Whirl Desktop Laser Mouse Review - We Take the Whirl Mouse for a Whirl
Smartfish Whirl Desktop Laser Mouse Review: The Smartfish Whirl may be the best ergonomically designed mouse available for the Mac. With its easy-to-grip body, and a floating pivot system that allows the mouse to swoop about the pivot point, the Whirl may convince your wrist that it's spending the day at a spa instead of working hard at your desk.
Buy an External Hard Drive
Buying an external hard drive may seem to entail making difficult decisions, but once you understand the basic choices available, you'll find that selecting an external hard drive enclosure is a simple process.
OWC Mercury Elite-Al Pro With Quad Interface
Review: OWC’s Mercury Elite-AL Pro series of external hard drives and cases provides more bang for the buck, not only in having a quad interface made up of USB 2.0, FireWire 400, FireWire 800, and eSATA ports, but also in ruggedness and ease of assembly and use.
Mercury Rack Pro Raid Review - Quad Interface Hardware RAID Storage Solution
OWC's Mercury Rack Pro is a compact 1U desktop or rack mount external RAID storage solution for the Mac. The Mercury Rack Pro provides a quad interface using eSATA, FireWire 800, FireWire 400, or USB 3.0. The USB port is backward compatible to USB 2; the eSATA port uses port multiplier technology to access the four drives when used in a non-RAID...
Review: OWC Mercury Elite Pro-AL Dual SATA Drive Enclosure
The OWC Mercury Elite Pro-AL Dual SATA Drive Enclosure is simplicity at its best. Forgoing the electronics needed to create multiple external or internal interfaces results in a highly reliable enclosure whose only potential points of failure are a small, replaceable fan or an external power brick. For all practical purposes, you can think of this enclosure as just an additional drive bay connected to your Mac.