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Read This Before Buying a 2020 27-inch iMac to Save Big!

OWC Blog – 8.12.20

There’s no doubt about it. As we noted in an earlier post, Apple’s new 27-inch iMac 5K for 2020 is a beast of a machine. With 10-core availability, all Solid State Drives, True Tone Retina display with a nano-texture glass option, faster GPU, T2 chip security, and up to 128 GB of RAM, you may finally be ready to make the leap into a new machine.

Source: Read This Before Buying a 2020 27-inch iMac to Save Big!

Organizing Your Mac: Handy Tips to Help Remove the Clutter

OWC Blog – 7.27.20 (7.24.20)

Perhaps you’ve been working on your home Mac since the pandemic started and are suddenly realizing that you can’t find documents when you need them. Maybe that Mac has been in use for a much longer time and the struggle is even worse. Today, I’ll provide some tips on keeping your digital life organized on your Mac.

Source: Organizing Your Mac: Handy Tips to Help Remove the Clutter

Are My Thunderbolt 3 Products Obsolete?

OWC Blog – 7.20.20 (7.16.20)

As we mentioned in an earlier Rocket Yard post, “Intel Introduces Thunderbolt 4: What Is It and Does It Matter?” Intel released the specifications and expectations of Thunderbolt 4 last week. This has caused quite a stir, initiated a lot of conversation, and even created a bit of fear in those who are heavily invested in Thunderbolt 3.

Source: Are My Thunderbolt 3 Products Obsolete?

Introducing the New OWC Thunderbolt 3 Mini Dock 5-in-1 Adapter Solution

OWC Blog – 7.16.20 (7.14.20)

The new OWC Thunderbolt™ 3 mini Dock is available to order now and will begin shipping the week of July 27th. Smartphone-sized with no AC adapter needed, the mini Dock is the ultimate tool for on-the-go and desktop use.

Source: Introducing the New OWC Thunderbolt 3 Mini Dock 5-in-1 Adapter Solution

Intel Introduces Thunderbolt 4: What Is It and Does It Matter?

OWC Blog – 7.13.20 (7.10.20)

This week, Intel introduced the new Thunderbolt 4 standard, so let’s look at what it means for Thunderbolt 3, USB-C, USB4, USB3, the future of computing, how it will save humanity, etc. Well, maybe not that last one, but you get the idea.

Source: Intel Introduces Thunderbolt 4: What Is It and Does It Matter?

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