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what is thunderbolt compatable??? i dont know one thing that is compatable with it yet other then apple products i think?

It's more than Apple products & many companies are investing in it...

Our Macbook is....

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Edited by PatrickCrowely - 12/18/12 at 2:39pm
 
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lol ya apple products..i never heard of one other thing yet..i know alot of people are investing it..but i think i will be a few years before it comes out in the masses..buy then i would have gone thrue 2-3 boards...ewwww apple.lol i never have owned an apple product in my whole life. i just see way overpriced products when i see them in a store. they want like 60 dollars for an iphone charger..100 dollars for an ipad case. 250 dollars for an i home..lol and now the iphone 5 is out..now everyone has to make the switch..and buy overpriced ... im sure there stuff is of great quality..but when i buy a iphone from verizon how come i have to drive 3 hours to the nearest apple store to get it fixed..and only get one replacement phone? and one free call to apple and others cost money....seemes a little farfetched to me.
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lol ya apple products..i never heard of one other thing yet..i know alot of people are investing it..but i think i will be a few years before it comes out in the masses..buy then i would have gone thrue 2-3 boards

My kids love Apple products, that's actually my daughters room. It's hard drives, SSD's, camers & other things.

I wanna get this for a birthday present & use it with Xfinity Extreme 50.

http://www.belkin.com/us/thunderbolt
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prove it!!! i go to my local microcenter like 2 times a month and have never seen a hdd or ssd with a thunderbolt port. not to be a dick i just really wana see something with the tunderbolt port other then apple
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prove it!!! i go to my local microcenter like 2 times a month and have never seen a hdd or ssd with a thunderbolt port. not to be a dick i just really wana see something with the tunderbolt port other then apple


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822165477
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822154596

I doubt though that there is any benefit of using thunderbolt instead of SATA/eSATA since HDDs aren't that fast yet. And SSD using Thunderbolt? That's going to be very expensive...

For this reason I say that it is useless for the coming years.
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prove it!!! i go to my local microcenter like 2 times a month and have never seen a hdd or ssd with a thunderbolt port. not to be a dick i just really wana see something with the tunderbolt port other then apple

I just put a link up there & I'm not a Apple Fan boy. I have children & a wife. If they like Apple products, I'm glad. I like them also, but personally I don't have one. I don't have an iPhone & never have. The iPhone has cases for 30 bucks, I bought my daughter one for her birthday.

OCZ has SSD's that are coming out in 2013, don't know when..

HDD's

https://www.attotech.com/products/category.php?id=15&catid=17

http://www.seagate.com/external-hard-drives/portable-hard-drives/standard/goflex/?cmpid=ppc-_-goflex-_-g-_-us-_-go_flex_drive-_-e

http://www.wdc.com/en/products/products.aspx?id=630

http://www.lacie.com/products/product.htm?id=10549

http://www.g-technology.com/products/g-raid-thunderbolt.cfm

http://www.drobo.com/products/professionals/drobo-5d/index.php
 
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I doubt though that there is any benefit of using thunderbolt instead of SATA/eSATA since HDDs aren't that fast yet. And SSD using Thunderbolt? That's going to be very expensive...
For this reason I say that it is useless for the coming years.

That's not true, it's plenty as of now & as more things come out. The prices will go down. Just like HDTV, people never saw anything like it, but a 32 inch was like $850 @ first. I'm simply saying. If I'm going to pay $400 bucks, that's something that better be on the board... If you guys choose not to deal with Thunderbolt, I can understand, but being an Engineer I know where the future is going with Technology & TB is a destination it's going to stop @..
 
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A lot of Apple haters out there but you can't deny they are luxury products and are almost perfect in how they operate.
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A lot of Apple haters out there but you can't deny they are luxury products and are almost perfect in how they operate.

This is true, but I don't like them for myself. I love my Galaxy S3.... We've never had a problem out of our iMac, but that Macbook had a few bugs in it when we first got it.
 
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That's not true, it's plenty as of now & as more things come out. The prices will go down. Just like HDTV, people never saw anything like it, but a 32 inch was like $850 @ first. I'm simply saying. If I'm going to pay $400 bucks, that's something that better be on the board... If you guys choose not to deal with Thunderbolt, I can understand, but being an Engineer I know where the future is going with Technology & TB is a destination it's going to stop @..

For $400 yes. But I am arguing that G1 Sniper 3 is enough which is $250 board. You can get expansion card for another $50-100 when they become cheap. ATM there is no much use for Thunderbolt unless as I mentioned previously you can clearly see benefits of it for yourself.

I don't see any benefits of it for myself for the next 3 years. USB 3.0 will do just fine for external devices and SATA 6 Gbps for internal for my use.

TV analogy totally proves my point. How long did it take for 32" 1080P TV to get from $1000 to $500? About 2-3 years, right?

So why pay now for something that there is no use for when you can get it for cheaper at the time it becomes useful?

Whether it is useful for one or not, it's up to individual to decide.
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