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mLogic Ships the mBack Zero-Footprint External Hard Drives

mLogic announced today that it is now shipping its innovative mBack external hard drives to customers worldwide. mBack is the industry's first zero-footprint hard drive designed specifically for the iMac and Apple Displays.

mBack Highlights:
  • Unique zero-footprint design - mounts to iMac or Apple Display stand
  • 500 GB, 1 TB & 2 TB models
  • SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface
  • Bus powered - No AC adapter required
  • Built-in cable management minimizes cable clutter
  • Time Machine Ready

mLogic Ships mLink Thunderbolt Expansion Chassis for Mac Computers

mLogic is now shipping its innovative mLink Thunderbolt expansion chassis to customers worldwide. mLink enables PCIe cards such as RAID controllers, 10 GigE, Fibre Channel and audio/video capture cards to connect to Mac desktop and laptop computers via Thunderbolt.

mLink Highlights:
● Supports half-length, Thunderbolt-aware PCIe cards
● Two high-performance 10 Gbit/second Thunderbolt ports
● Supports daisy-chaining of up to six Thunderbolt peripherals
● Industry's smallest (8.1 x 2.75 x 5.9") and lightest (2lbs) Thunderbolt expansion chassis
● Whisper quiet smart-blower for optimal cooling
● Conserves energy by turning On/Off with the Mac

mLogic Showcases mLink PCIe to Thunderbolt Expansion Chassis at NAB 2012

Today at the National Association of Broadcasters Convention (NAB), mLogic LLC announced that the company's mLink PCIe to Thunderbolt expansion chassis will be demonstrated at the following booths on the trade show floor:

G-Technology, Inc. - SL11105 | Editshare LLC - SL9012 | Intel Corporation - SL12810
Other World Computing - SL14110 | RED Digital Cinema - SL3324 | Skymicro, Inc. - SL 12715
Small Tree Communications - SL7425

mLink enables PCIe adapter cards (video capture cards, RAID controllers, host bus adapters, SSDs, etc.) to be attached to Thunderbolt-equipped computers. mLink brings the functionality of these add-in cards that formerly required a desktop system to all-in-one and portable computers like the iMac and MacBook Pro. Visit www.mlogic.com for a list of Thunderbolt-aware PCIe cards that are compatible with mLink.

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