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Briefly: 10TB OWC Mercury Elite Pro Dual storage, Anno for iPad

updated 11:27 pm EDT, Tue May 6, 2014

OWC Mercury Elite Pro Dual with Thunderbolt now available in 10TB capacity

Other World Computing has announced a new 10TB capacity for its Mercury Elite Pro Dual storage line. Featuring high-speed Thunderbolt technology, Hardware RAID options, USB 3.0 speed and the capacity to handle 4K video content, the 10TB Mercury Elite Pro Dual storage hard drive includes sustained data rates up to 442MB per second read at 7200RPM. Priced at $950, the latest drive is now available for order.



Anno: Build an Empire strategic game released for iPad

Ubisoft has announced the upcoming availability of city-builder strategy game Anno: Build an Empire on iPad. Developed in collaboration with Mi'pu'mi Games, the game requires players to weigh the options and consequences of their city planning in order to create powerful, successful islands. Starting with one island, players build it from the ground up to ensure its citizens are happy and healthy. Available on iPad 2 or higher, Anno: Build ad Empire's official release date has yet to be confirmed.





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  1. GaryDeezy

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    Joined: 05-19-13

    Man. I love OWC, but I have purchased similar products from the OEM that manufactures this device, and have been disappointed to say the least. Here's to hoping OWC has forced them to clean up their act.

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