If you are the owner of one of Apple’s new Macbook Air machines or thinking of making the purchase but require a little more storage than Apple’s base 64GB or 256GB SSD for your needs, OWC might be able to help.
OWC have just unveiled their new range of solid state drive SSD upgrades designed for the Apple MacBook Air 2010 edition, in the form of the new Mercury Aura Pro Express SSD line, up to a maximum of 480GB.
Once purchased OWC will provide you with all the tools and full instructions on what you need to do to make the swap from 64GB to 480GB with the least amount of pain. The only pain you will feel, is when you have to part with $1,579.99 of your hard earned cash for the 480GB version. Smaller SSDs are available starting at 180GB – $480, 240GB – $580 and 360GB – $1180.Filed Under: Apple