6 Hard Drives On A Mac Pro

NewerTech eSATA Extender Cable for 8-core/quad-core computers adds two external eSATA devices      20/04/07

6 Hard Drives On A Mac Pro


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Newer Technology, Inc. has announced the NewerTech eSATA Extender Cable for Mac Pro 8-Core/Quad-Core computers. They tell us that it is the first extender cable available on the market that offers Mac Pro owners the ability to utilize the two unused internal SATA ports on the motherboard and add up to two external eSATA devices to run up to 6 hard drives or other devices.
The company say that the NewerTech eSATA Extender Cable is specifically and thoroughly engineered to be a “Perfect Fit Solution� so it accurately and properly routes inside a Mac Pro case. Users can connect any two SATA-I or SATA-II devices to expand their data storage configuration. A step-by step illustrated installation manual is included to make set-up easy.
NewerTech eSATA Extender Cable Features:
  • First Mac Pro eSATA port expansion cable available on the market
  • Provides ability to run external eSATA devices with Mac Pro 8-Core and Quad-Core models
  • “Perfect Fit Solutionâ€� for proper and accurate cable routing
  • Enables connection of any two SATA-I or SATA-II devices
  • Full color, photo illustrated, step-by-step installation manual
Pricing and Availability:
The NewerTech eSATA Extender Cable is priced at $24.95 MSRP and is available immediately from NewerTech’s exclusive distributor, Other World Computing, as well as through the retail channel.
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