Originally Posted by hmurchison
I had no problem walking into Costco and buying a Half Terabyte Western Digital FW/USB drive for 104.99.
Last time I walked into a Best Buy there was maybe 1 or 2 USB/FW drives, and dozens of...
Originally Posted by Frank777
I disagree. I think Firewire 400 and 800 are dead. Firewire 3200 is ready, is backward compatible, and has the exact same connector as FW800.
With the paucity of existing FW devices, and Apple...
Originally Posted by FuturePastNow
Unless it has a Blu-Ray drive built into it, what's the point of 1080p?
Playing Blu-Ray hosted on a server elsewhere on your network and served to the Mini via NFS, Samba, or iSCSI, just like...
Originally Posted by wizard69
ast is good of course but so is adoption, Firewire simply has had issues with adoption on the PC side.
Hardly surprising. USB is an Intel standard, and Intel controls PC design.
Firewire is what...
Originally Posted by Solar
That just sent a shiver down my spine, I can't help but think of the whole SGI/MIPS debacle. Though really it wasn't a debacle until intel entered the picture.
How was that a debacle? The debacle was...