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Old 10th January 2011, 13:10   #1
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Default OWC launching SandForce-based SSDs for latest MacBook Air

OWC is releasing a drop-in replacement for the special, small-outline SSDs used in the latest 2010 MacBook Air models that Apple shipped late last year. Dubbed the Mercury Aura Pro Express, these SSDs offer faster performance and much higher capacities than Apple offers in stock form. For the 11" MacBook Air, Apple offers 64GB or 128GB options, and for the 13" MacBook Air it offers 128GB or 256GB options. The Aura Pro Express comes in 180GB, 240GB, and 360GB capacities for as much as three times the capacity.

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