The 27" imac is still openable (unless you have the very latest one, and you can remove the optical drive and use that spot for an ssd.
The next best is an option I forgot to mention above, the Pegasus J4. It's a 4 bay 2.5" enclosure that can do raid or individual drives (which you can then...
How much space do you want ?
What kind of mac do you have ?
Here are some ideas:
- The cheapest Thunderbolt enclosuer that can do daisy chaining is a dual drive LaCie for about $190. $360 + 2x hard drives.
- OWC makes a thunderbolt to pcie chassis. It's $350. Add a raid card to it (something...
so what you're saying, is that based on an unconfirmed rumor of a year old device possibly not getting an update, and that a device from a carrier that has been known to delay updates that also has (surprise, that carrier's) some included useless and un-uninstallable apps, that you shouldn't buy...
So what you're saying is that because the galaxy has a higher resolution, the device needs to be made bigger
Since it's bigger, they now have more room for a higher capacity battery, which they need to power the bigger screen
Which is why the iphone, which is faster, but with a smaller...
there is only one mfg of switches so you can choose from blue red black or brown.
there are no other choices at all and everyone who likes membrane keyboards is wrong because all membrane keyboards are terrible.
I didn't take pictures, but I made my own 4-in-3 for less than $3.
Buy some aluminum bar 1 1/2 x 1/16
Cut off 4 segments about 140mm long
Drill a m3 holes (or 6/32) 5mm from the edge in the center, and then every 35mm after that. You'll have 4 holes total.
Do this to all 4 pieces of bar...
boot it into bios (uefi), leave it there for a good 20 minutes or so, restart. should work no problem after that. It's a firmware issue, and specifically a problem of the newest and second newest bios. by downgrading the firmware, you won't have that problem anymore.