Transend announced an SSD upgrade kit Apple’s newer laptops. The kit includes a new SSD blade, tools, and external case for your old storage. The idea is you can swap out the SSD blade and use the old as external storage.
The JetDrive 500 is available in 240 and 480 GB versions and is compatible with the 2010 and 2011 MacBook Air. The JetDrive 520 comes in 240GB/480GB/960GB versions and works in the 2012 MacBook Air. The JetDrive 720 also comes in 240GB/480GB/960GB sizes and works in the 2012/2013, MacBookBook Pro w/ Retina laptops.
Pricing starts out at $190 and the uber 960GB will set you back $600.
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