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Blame it on different I/O's these SSD's useuse Mayer.
Blame it on different I/O's these SSD's useuse Mayer.
 
Apple so far uses two different Apple proprietary SSD I/O connections and then you have the SATA & eSATA standard I/O connectionsconnections as well.
Apple so far uses two different Apple proprietary SSD I/O connections and then you have the SATA & eSATA standard I/O connectionsconnections as well.
 
Maybe someone will create a magic box with the four different connections that allow you to connect via USB2 or USB3 to the system.system (anyone game?)

It would be nice not to have so many different I/O connections. The RAM vendors standardized the SIMM connection and all of the following versions since. Why can't the SSD players do the same?
Maybe someone will create a magic box with the four different connections that allow you to connect via USB2 or USB3 to the system.system (anyone game?)

It would be nice not to have so many different I/O connections. The RAM vendors standardized the SIMM connection and all of the following versions since. Why can't the SSD players do the same?

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Aporte original por: Dan ,

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Blame it on different I/O's these SSD's use.

Apple so far uses two different Apple proprietary SSD I/O connections and then you have the SATA & eSATA standard I/O connections.

Maybe someone will create a magic box with the four different connections that allow you to connect via USB2 or USB3 to the system.

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open