It’s a fact that Apple hates connectivity standards. Well, maybe not a fact, but a common thought and so OWC has came up with a relativity inexpensive option to fix Apple’s latest puzzling design flaw. For only $169, which doesn’t include shipping, the company will cut a small hole in the bottom grill and install the missing eSATA port. The only little issue is that said port isn’t port-multiplication-compatible so it won’t work properly with most multi-drive RAID enclosures. Still, creative types with large storage needs will no doubt love to use the fast and reliable connection rather than Firewire 800 or *shudder* USB 2.0 on their brand new iMac.
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