For those who want to upgrade and expand the capacity of their Macs, one of the companies with the greatest variety and excellent quality of solutions certainly Other World Computing. She recently did not sleep on the spot and announced several new ones for the newly released Macs mini and MacBooks Pro.
Owners of recent mini Macs can purchase memory upgrades with 8GB, 12GB or 16GB for $ 50, $ 82 or $ 108, respectively. By comparison, buying from Apple the cost of $ 100 per 8GB and an absurd $ 300 per 16GB.
Still for mini Macs, OWC has updated its miniStack solution with SSDs. The device has a USB 3.0 port, an eSATA and two FireWire 800, and may not come with any drive for US $ 82 or include HDDs from 500GB to 4TB (US $ 140 to US $ 400) or SSDs from 120GB to 960GB (US $ 200 to US $ 1,130).
To storage fanatics, OWC has also tested and certified its Data Doubler solution with the latest models. For $ 45, consumers can easily install a second storage drive on the machine, either a 2.5-inch hard drive or a solid state drive.
Moving on to the latest MacBooks Pro, OWC's Aura Pro line now allows SSDs to be upgraded to 13 and 15 inch Retina models at a very affordable price compared to Apple's. Considering the base model of 128GB, Ma charges $ 300 for 256GB, $ 800 for 512GB or up to $ 1,300 for 768GB. OWC is already offering a single 480GB model for $ 580, with even greater performance than the originals.
The Aura Pro line will be expanded soon.