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Bottomless Pit for Data

Qx2_1 If your school’s hard drives are screaming that they’re full, think of having 12 terrabytes of storage available for everything from old test data to student digital portfolios. Other World Computing’s Mercury Elite-AL Pro QX2 can hold four 3 TB SATA hard drives in a variety of RAID configurations that let you choose between high-performance for redundancy so that a bit of data is never lost. No bigger than a couple encyclopedia volumes, it can connect via FireWire, USB or SATA and works with both PCs and Macs. The QX2 comes with a five year warranty and costs $2,220 with all drives



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