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Promise SANLink Thunderbolt to 4Gbit/s Fibre Channel adapter
Connecting a Thunderbolt-enabled desktop or notebook to a high-speed Fibre Channel has never been easier. The Promise SANLink Thunderbolt to 4Gbit/s Fibre Channel adapter works out of the box with absolutely no software required.
The SANLink has two 4Gbit/s Fibre Channel ports offering up to 800MB/s of bandwidth. It also features two Thunderbolt ports connecting to more Thunderbolt enabled devices.
Buffalo 1TB MiniStation Thunderbolt/USB 3.0 portable hard drive
Want a portable storage solution that won't need a second mortgage? Check out the Buffalo 1TB MiniStation Thunderbolt/USB 3.0 portable hard drive.
Given that this contains a 5,400-rpm hard drive, this portable drive is nowhere near as fast as the SSD or RAID storage solutions listed, but the Thunderbolt port not only means that you'll be able to push the drive to the max, it also supplies power to the device, eliminating the need for an external power source.
Apple Thunderbolt to Ethernet adapter
Thunderbolt hardware doesn't have to cost the earth.
In an effort to make its notebooks as thin as possible, Apple has done away with the gigabit Ethernet port on its MacBooks. While Wi-Fi is more that adequate for most people, sometimes you'll need the speed offered by Ethernet if you plan on moving big files.
This is where Apple's Thunderbolt to gigabit Ethernet adapter comes in handy. I can throw it into a notebook bag and it's there waiting for me when I need it.