MaxUpgrades announced the immediate availability of the MaxConnect hard disk mounting bracket on Wednesday. The MaxConnect is compatible with the new G5 Power Mac with PCI Express, and includes a set of two brackets that let you add up to seven additional internal hard drives for a total of nine drives. The drives can also be configured as a striped level 0 RAID. The MaxConnect brackets are priced starting at US$99 for a single bracket without drive cables, power cables, and SATA interface card, or up to $599 for both brackets, cables, and SATA interface card.
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