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What tech was under your tree?

Well, the Holiday gift-giving rush is finally over, and we’re betting that somewhere between the toad skin coin purse and your menagerie of Chia Pets, there was a nifty tech gadget or two under your tree. Or, maybe you bought yourself a little treat as a reward for making it through the holidays and keeping most of your sanity intact.

Whatever the case, it’s a pretty good guess you gave or received some nifty new gear within the last few weeks. I sure know we did…

What about you guys? What kind of cool gadgets did you acquire or give over the holiday season? Let us know in the comments below.

OWC Chris S.
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  • Update:

    After chatting live online with Jose S. in Customer Service, I’m now getting a replacement unit sent and the defective unit is being sent back courtesy of OWC.

    THIS is the way all online stores should handle International orders.

    Thanks OWC.

  • I bought an Elite-AL Pro mini enclosure, and was so impressed by it, I ordered a 2nd one, and on impulse (plus some nudging from friends on IRC) I bought a 120GB OWC SSD.

    Now I have a sour aftertaste because the 2nd Elite-AL Pro mini I ordered is defective, and it turns out I’m expected to pay at least $68 in freight charges to ship back a $55 enclosure that’s defective. How does that make sense?

    I’ve placed 22 orders with Amazon over the last 2 years, and on the two occasions where defective products have been shipped to me, Amazon replaced them without expecting me to ship back what is essentially junk.

    Amazon is the standard I hold to compare and evaluate my online suppliers. I order goods online from the US, UK, and China and my own country, Australia.

  • I got a backup drive!!!

    Nothing says I love you like keeping your most important information safe! :)

    500GB DIY!:

    My actual internal is smaller than my new drive by a little bit so I’m going to partition it to half the same size and use that half for a clone and the other half for time machine back up! Genius, right!

    I can sleep at night again!