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Video: Here’s one good reason to break open your MacBook Pro or Air

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2014

One of the “issues” Retina MacBook Pro and MacBook Air have is the lack of a user-friendly way to upgrade their SSD drives. While buyers may easily purchase an external hard drive or rely on the cloud to have access to more space, Transcend has devised a very easy way to upgrade the internal SSD drive of these Apple laptop models, while turning the built-in drive into a spare, external storage option. The company’s JetDrive SSD upgrade kits have been specifically crafted for the Retina MacBook Pro and MacBook Air notebooks, and they come with up to 960GB of storage (depending on the model), installation tools, instructions and a slick USB 3.0 aluminum enclosure that will house the original SSD drive. Transcend’s JetDrive

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