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Smallest Thunderbolt PCIe expansion chassis launched
Tuesday, December 11, 2012 @ 9:00pm

Expansion manufacturer mLogic is now shipping its PCIe Thunderbolt expansion chassis worldwide. The mLink chassis enables selected PCIe cards such as RAID controllers, 10GigE, Fiber Channel and audio-video capture cards to connect to Mac desktop and laptop computers through the Thunderbolt interface.



The new expansion case allows installation of half-length, Thunderbolt-aware PCIe cards, and boasts two high-performance 10Gbit-per-second Thunderbolt ports. The mLink supports daisy-chaining of up to six Thunderbolt peripherals in the industry’s smallest (8.1x2.75x5.9 inch) and lightest Thunderbolt expansion chassis. The mLogic mLink PCIe expansion case can be purchased for $399.

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