MCE OptiBay for Unibody Kit Review

Others/Miscelleneous by stefan @ 2012-10-01

MCE OptiBay is an adapter that allows us to replace the SuperDrive with an extra storage drive like a HDD up to 1TB or a high performance SSD. The necessary tools are supplied inside the box and if the installation steps are followed correctly, users shouldn't encounter any difficulties when performing the transplant.


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I would like to thank first to MCE Technologies for offering a sample of their OptiBay for Unibody Kit for testing and reviewing.



About MCE Technologies:


"MCE Technologies, newly located to Brea, California, was founded in Irvine, California in 1993 as a wholesaler of Macintosh equipment to overseas dealers and distributors. In 1996 the company recognized a void in the retail supply of products for the Apple PowerBook and shifted its focus completely to supplying PowerBook products directly to the consumer.


With three electrical engineers leading its staff along with a strong understanding of the needs of PowerBook users, in 1998 MCE joined the Apple Developer Program and launched its own line of MCE branded products for the Apple PowerBook. MCE was first to market with its MCE Xcarét Pro and Xcarét Pro 2000 Expansion Bay CD-RW drives for PowerBook G3.


Since then, MCE has developed a complete lineup of Mac-first storage solutions, including internal and external hard drives, CD-R/RW drives and DVD-R/RW drives, as well as a number of portable accessories for use with various Macs.


MCE now enjoys the hard-earned reputation among its customers and within the industry of being a premier provider of innovative products for the Apple PowerBook , iBook, Power Mac and iMac lines of Macintosh computers. MCE currently markets its brand of high-performance products to overseas and domestic distributors, dealers and professional end-users.


MCE plans to continue its quest to bring innovative and compelling products to the Mac market…empowering its customers and reaffirming their belief that they own the greatest computers in the world."

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