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Free Thunderbolt cables offered with top-capacity drives

Thunderbolt cables aren’t like the low-cost commodity USB and FireWire cables that come free with external hard drives or cameras or printers or whatever peripheral you might name. Now, for the first time, one vendor — LaCie — is offering a cable free with select, higher-priced storage systems.
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