Can you transfer files between two Macs using Thunderbolt ports and a Thunderbolt cable?
The professional-grade RAIDs I've seen cost upwards of a thousand bucks, not something I'm willing to splurge on any time soon.
That being said, I'd love to take advantage of Intel and Apple's brainchild. Does anyone know if it's possible to transfer data between two Thunderbolt-equipped Macs using the Thunderbolt cable Apple sells?
I've tried searching on the web to no avail and would love to know either way.
"Target Disk Mode is a feature that allows a Mac to act as an external hard drive. Until recently, you enabled Target Disk Mode by connecting two Macs together via FireWire. The new Thunderbolt port on the current iMac and MacBook Pro supports Target Disk Mode. "
Apple appears to be the only seller that sells a real thunderbolt cable and not just a minidisplay port one, but it'll cost you $50:
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