Is Sonnet a good company?

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  1. IlikeMacsSoMuch macrumors 6502

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    They're reputable. They've been making Mac accessories for years.
     
  3. cube macrumors G5

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    They make many things, including PowerPC upgrades.

    I think of them as the #1 maker of third-party Mac products.
     
  4. ColdCase macrumors 68030

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    Yeah my sonnet stuff from 10 years ago is still going strong.

    They are typically pricey.. but what isn't for the Mac community.
     
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    Have many Sonnet products..

    Have many Sonnet products. Absolutely A1 Quality, top notch. Every solution they offer worked great in the past.
     
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    Thanks!

    It is good to know that they are good because it is pricey. But like Coldcase said, anything Apple related is. But it is worth it.

    Thank you all for your input!

    So Sonnet, here comes my money!!!
     
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    I can rationalize that, instead of spending the big bucks for the $999+ apple thunderbolt display just for the integrated hub.... that is whenever they upgrade to USB 3..., I could do very well with this box plus a $600 Dell with a thunderbolt to display port adapter... and end up spending about the same amount of cash.
     
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    Of course, one should not buy an Apple display with only one input and no buttons.
     

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