mLogic (http://www.mlogic.com) has launched three products designed for Macs: the mDock, mBack and mLink.
The mDock is a companion product for unibody MacBook Pro (MBP) portable computers. It eliminates the repetitive plugging and unplugging of devices typically attached to these computers while significantly reducing desktop cable clutter. While docked, mDock’s built-in hard drive backs up the MBP system drive via Time Machine. It also features front facing USB and headphone ports. It costs US$219 for the 500GB version and $299 for the 1TB version.
The mBack (pictured) is a zero-footprint backup drive for iMacs. Unlike a typical backup drive that resides on the desktop, mBack mounts securely to the iMac stand (or Apple Cinema/Thunderbolt Display stand) so it’s off the desktop and out of the way. The mBack is $169 for the 1TB model, $209 for the 2TB version and $349 for a 3TB edition.
The $399 mLink is an external chassis that enables PCIe adapter cards (HD video capture cards, RAID controllers, host bus adapters, SSDs, etc.) to be attached to any Thunderbolt equipped Mac. mLink brings the functionality of these adapter cards that formerly required a Mac Pro to the new iMac, Mac mini, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air via a high-speed 10 Gb/s Thunderbolt connection.