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$112.50
Stardom Pro Drive RAID-0 Drive Bay Adaptor for Mac Pro $112.50
OWC has the Stardom Pro Drive adaptor for $112.50. The Stardom Pro Drive allows you to add an internal RAID to your Mac Pro (both the Xeon and Nehalem) by incorporating a pair of 2.5" drives in a single 3.5" drive bay (drives not included) You can also use the Pro Drive as an externally attached drive device via FireWire 800 or USB 2.0.
Date: 4/26/2015 8:17 AM


$212.50
OWC Mercury Elite Pro Dual USB 3.0 & Thunderbolt RAID Enclosure "New Open Box" $187.50
Other World Computing has their Mercury Elite Pro Dual USB 3.0 & Thunderbolt RAID Storage Enclosure for $187.50 in the Garage Sale section. That's a big savings on these "New Open Box" units. Just drop in a pair of drives and configure for RAID 0, RAID 1, span, or JBOD/independent modes via the easy-to-use RAID selector switch on the back. You can connect via Thunderbolt or USB 3 for blazing speeds. This enclosure automatically detects when it has been disconnected from the host computer and spins down the drives to save energy. Notebook users can go mobile without the need to turn it off or unplug the power cord.
Date: 4/26/2015 7:30 AM


$199.99
Mercury Elite Pro Qx2 4-Bay Professional RAID Enclosures $199.00
Other World Computing has the Mercury Elite Pro Qx2 RAID Enclosure for $199.00. This is the high-performance, redundant, RAID Solution for high capacity needs of up to 16TB (4TBx4). This 4-bay solution allows the user to change/select between the RAID 0,1,5,10 Hardware RAID, NRAID Span Options. It features an Oxford 936 chipset and has an eSATA, FireWire 800/400, and USB 2.0 interface.
Date: 4/25/2015 7:22 AM


$425.00
OWC ThunderBay 4 RAID-Ready Enclosure $425.00
Other World Computing has their OWC ThunderBay 4 RAID-Ready Enclosure on sale for $425.00. This enclosure allows you to use each of the four available drive individually or use software RAID of your choice to to set up for redundancy or performance. You can mix and match with hard drives or SSD's and even mix RAID drives with drives in an independent mode.
Date: 4/24/2015 6:36 AM