February 24, 2009 in Hardware (F)
[prMac.com] Gavilan Hills, CA - Newt Data, a provider of unique data storage products, today announced SwiftStore hard drives now support Apple's latest MacBook and MacBook Pro computers. Mac users no longer have to settle for slower external USB or FireWire hard drives. With SwiftStore, you connect using the fastest ports MacBook and MacBook Pro computers offer - Gigabit Ethernet. As a result, the high-speed and high-capacity SwiftStore hard drives perfectly complement Apple's most powerful notebook computers ever.
SwiftStore hard drives use multiple hard drives to provide huge storage capacities. They support Mac OS X Leopard and Microsoft Windows XP for Apple Boot Camp users running Windows on their Macs. Plus, they offer other unique advantages over USB or FireWire hard drives.
With SwiftStore, you can choose whether to dedicate all storage capacity to a single computer by connecting to it directly or divide the storage capacity among multiple computers by connecting to them via a network router. With USB or FireWire, you need a separate hard drive for each computer that needs storage capacity resulting is wasted capacity.
SwiftStore features include:
* Faster speeds than USB 2.0 or FireWire 800 hard drives
* Large capacities of 2TB, 3TB, 4TB or 6TB that are expandable
* Automatic LAN and Wi-Fi support when connected to a router
Pricing and Availability:
The Newt Data SwiftStore high-speed hard drives are now available in 2TB, 3TB, 4TB or 6TB capacities from the Newt Data online store. Suggested retail prices range from $649 to $1,499 (USD) and limited quantities of refurbished systems are available at a discount. For more information, visit the Newt Data website.
Located in Southern California, Newt Data Systems was founded to overcome the limitations of the ordinary storage products available to users of desktop and notebook computers. Newt Data Systems accomplishes this by challenging a highly experienced team to develop unique products that apply the best available technologies in new and innovative ways to improve user experiences. For more information, visit the Newt Data Systems website.