Tuesday, September 21, 2021
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OWC announces new storage, connectivity solutions for new iPhones, iPads

OWC has announced storage, connectivity, iOS, and iPad OS solutions for the new iPad mini, iPad, and iPhone 13. They include (with OWC’s description):

° OWC Envoy Pro Elektron: “The fastest, toughest mini-sized SSD in the universe. It’s crushproof, dustproof, and waterproof for transferring gigabytes of data in seconds anywhere when connected to the new iPad mini.”

° OWC Envoy Pro FX: “The Envoy Pro FX portable SSD provides out-of-this-world performance and is the first of its kind universal Thunderbolt drive to work via USB-C and USB-A. Plug it into yesterday’s and today’s Thunderbolt and USB-equipped Macs and PCs. Plug it into tomorrow’s Thunderbolt 4 and USB4 machines, and it works great with the new iPad mini.”

° OWC Mercury Elite Pro Dual with 3-Port Hub. “The compact Mercury Elite Pro Dual is equipped and ready to give you its best performance with any USB-equipped Mac, PC, or tablet from nearly the last decade. Designed to handle diverse workflows, the Mercury Elite Pro Dual offers up to 36TB of storage capacity plus a built-in high-powered USB hub for accessory connectivity and device charging, quickly making it the centerpiece of your digital desktop. You don’t need to worry about what system you have.”

° OWC USB-C Travel Dock: “With 5 essential ports, up to 100W of pass-through charging, and just one cable, the USB-C Travel Dock is ready to display, charge, connect, and import while you’re on the move. It is palm-sized and lightweight; it slips easily into your bag and stays neat and tidy with built-in cable storage.”

° OWC 10-Port USB-C Dock: “The perfect desktop addition for the new iPad mini featuring 10 ports, USB-C Dock brings the connectivity you need back into your day-to-day. Complete with five USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports – including two high-power charging ports and one USB-C port – you can reconnect and charge your current and future devices. The USB-C Dock also features Gigabit Ethernet, a newly added Mini DisplayPort for the professional / prosumer wanting a diversity of display options, and combo audio ports along with an SD card reader for even more connectivity.”

° OWC Thunderbolt Hub: “For the first time, the OWC Thunderbolt Hub lets you consolidate and simplify the connectivity between all your devices with all the Thunderbolt ports you’ve always wanted. The OWC Thunderbolt Hub’s four Thunderbolt (USB-C) ports and one USB port massively expand your connection possibilities. Now you can do more effortlessly on your Apple M1 Mac or iPad, any Apple Intel-based Mac with Thunderbolt 3, or any Thunderbolt 4 PC. With the new iPad mini, you can now connect it to the OWC Thunderbolt Hub and use it as a USB-C hub.”

° OWC Thunderbolt 4 / USB-C Cable: “Take the guesswork out of what cables you need for your entire technology setup. The OWC Thunderbolt 4 / USB-C Cable is a plug-and-play safe solution for connecting any Mac, PC, iPad, or tablet via Thunderbolt 3, Thunderbolt 4, USB-C, or USB4 port to any device, display, or power supply with Thunderbolt 3, Thunderbolt 4, USB-C, or USB4 port. With lab test certified 100% universal USB-C compatibility and performance, whatever your devices – this Type C to Type C connection solution ensures you’ll always have the right cable that works.”

Pricing & Availability

  • The OWC Envoy Pro Elektron 240GB to 2TB is available now on Macsales.com with prices starting from a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of US $99.
  • OWC Envoy Pro FX 240GB to 2TB is available now on Macsales.com from $199.
  • OWC Mercury Elite Pro Dual with 3-Port Hub 0GB to 36TB is available now on Macsales.com from $149.
  • OWC USB-C Travel Dock is available now on Macsales.com from $54.99.
  • OWC 10-Port USB-C Dock is available now on Macsales.com from $119.
  • OWC Thunderbolt Hub is available now on Macsales.com from $179.
  • OWC Thunderbolt 4 / USB
Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.