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Novac has shown a USB to SATA dongle for connecting your UMPC to your big Raid Array at home.  Why?  Because you can, of course.  $34. (via engadget) Get all the news you need about Mobile with the Gigaom newsletter Sign Up You’re subscribed! If you […]

Novac has shown a USB to SATA dongle for connecting your UMPC to your big Raid Array at home.  Why?  Because you can, of course.  $34.

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(via engadget)

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  1. Fred Beiderbecke Friday, October 6, 2006

    Granite digital also has a SATA/IDE to USB bridge. It will allow you to connect to SATA, 3.5 IDE, 2.5 IDE, floppies and CDROM drives. It comes with a power adapter as well. Nice gizmo to have on hand for when you need to do something with an unmounted drive. 39.95 – http://www.granitedigital.com/catalog/pg64_usbtosataidebridge.htm

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