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Thunderbolt I/O Not Exclusive to Apple; Intel Technology Strikes on LaCie and Promise Peripherals Too

Written on February 26, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Thunderbolt strikes twice on LaCie and Pegasus Technology.

Apple devotees won’t have all the fun with Intel’s work of art, the Thunderbolt I/O. Apparently, storage mavericks LaCie and Promise Technology will be having the super-speed technology as well according to an Intel PR. In terms of OEMs, the company is targeting to strike Thunderbolts outside the boundaries of MacBook Pro too, though expect that to come around the first or second quarter of 2012.

LaCie and Promise Technology’s massive peripherals are capable of storing large digital and audio files, with transfer rates that go beyond current mortal comprehension. Check out the quick details after the break!

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Apple Announcing a New High-Speed Connection, Possibly for the Next MacBook Pro

Written on February 21, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Will Apple bless their updated MacBook Pro with a Light Peak technology?

Reports have unveiled that Apple is planning to announce a new high-speed connection technology which could possibly very well be Intel’s ground-breaking Light Peak technology, or something close. It was announced back then by Intel that the fiber-optics turned copper technology will be making an appearance in the first half of 2011, perhaps this is it. There’s no word as to whether or not the connector will be part of the upcoming MacBook Pro update which is rumored to be a couple of days from now. Expect great things in the next few weeks once Apple has made clear of these reports and rumors.

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