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7Gadgets: Transcend JetDrive 520 960GB SATA III SSD Upgrade Kit for Macbook Air SSD
2014-07-17 7:05am -07:00T Visit 7Gadgets


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Transcend’s JetDrive 520 SATA III 6Gb/s MacBook Air SSD is ideal for professional photographers, videographers, and graphic artists looking to enhance the performance and capacity of their MacBook system, and includes an easy-to-use drive enclosure for converting your original SSD into a new USB 3.0 external storage device.

The JetDrive 520 SSD comes bundled with an elegant USB 3.0 external drive enclosure aesthetically designed to look like a natural extension of your MacBook Air system. In just a few simple steps, you can reuse your original SSD as a sleek new USB 3.0 external storage device to store and backup your documents, photos, music, and movies. The enclosure is made of durable aluminum. T

he result is a design that’s sturdy yet ultra light and easy to carry, and includes a handy travel pouch to protect the drive against scratches during transport. A bright LED indicator flashes during data transfer activity, and no external power or battery is required for operation. 1GB = 1 billion bytes.

Transcend JetDrive 520 960GB SATA III SSD Upgrade Kit for Macbook Air SSD

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