The current conventional logic with solid state drives goes as follows: they're new, they're cool, they're speedy, and they're expensive — but once you go SSD, it's incredibly hard to go back. This theory is fully proven with OCZ's new Vector solid state drive, the 256GB variant having occupied my mid-2011 MacBook Pro for a few weeks now and making me dread the day I have to send the review unit back.
If you were feeling sad that Apple offered no option for buying a swanky new 21.5-inch iMac with a Fusion Drive, it's time to turn that frown upside down -- and then click your way to the company's online store to order one.
You've got your Mac and your Steam games and they're awesome, but you also want to put your saved Steam games over to a new hard drive without having to download multiple gigabytes of data. So the question is as follows: What's the best way to go about this? Read on to find out!