What you need to know
- OWC just announced the Mercury Elite Pro Dual.
- The enclosure can be packed with up to 32TB of storage.
- It also has three USB 3.2 ports for connecting extra devices.
OWC today announced its latest storage enclosure, the Mercury Elite Dual. It's a relatively small box that can house up to 32TB of storage in a single enclosure while also offering three USB 3.2 ports for connectivity purposes. Two of those ports are USB-A, while the other us a USB-C port for more modern devices
Designed for use with just about anything, including an iPad Pro, this new bit of kit has the typical OWC aesthetic. But it's the capacity and speed that matters here.
OWC says that this thing is "whisper-quiet" and you'll get the company's three-year warranty thrown in as well. There's even a year of Level 1 data recovery included, too.
The new Merciry Elite Pro Dual is available to order now and comes in various configurations, starting at $149 for the bare chassis.
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