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MiniMate or ???


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I'm planning on buying a MacMini and have been looking at the MiniMate for external storage.

Somewhere along the way I stumbled accross a similar solution - hdd, USB/Firewire hub, case matched the MiniMate's - except it also had an option w/o a hdd so you could add your own.

It also had a p.s. and temp controlled fan while MiniMate eems to have no cooling.

But I can't find it again.

Anyome know anything about it? Or if the MiniMate also has built-in cooling?

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It might be the MiniStack from NewerTech: http://www.newertech.com/ministack
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That looks like it

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