Originally Posted by pointycollars
I'm fairly surprised that Apple, a company for whom one of their main selling points is their industrial design, would let one of their product lines stagnate for 5-plus years without a...
Originally Posted by jowie74
I can't imagine USB is fast enough to allow for RAID, but I could be wrong. I think I'd be happier with a separate NAS with RAID-1 though.
RAID isn't just about speed, it's also about...
Originally Posted by wheelhot
INTEGRATED BATTERY SUCKS!!!!
Do you not understand that compromises have to be made to make it thin?
A removable battery would add several mm, which, percentage-wise, is huge.
Originally Posted by aegisdesign
...Just stick an ethernet based disk on your router and share it.
Are we still talking about TimeMachine? It uses directory hardlinks, which this setup wouldn't provide.
Originally Posted by Frank777
..But the paranoid part of me says attaching a hard drive by a cable once a day is not a huge imposition.
No it's not, but in my case I want to back up two or three Macs, so I need either Leopard...
Originally Posted by Olternaut
I did the same and they actually emailed me back that yes they will be offering this service free if enough people respond.
What reputable outfit goes around doing business this way?
After they've collected everyone's email addresses, they suddenly find they don't have the rights to broadcast it.
But, in the meantime, they've got a nice database of keen Mac user email addresses for free.