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Thursday, May 29, 2014
OWC Debuts New Aura SSDs for Apple MacBook Air and MacBook Pro


OWC expanded its line of SSDs in capacities ranging from 120GB to 480GB for the MacBook Air 2010-2012 and the MacBook Pro with Retina display 2012-2013.

The new Aura and Aura Pro SSD (Flash) drive upgrades provide an economical path versus buying a new laptop to achieve greater performance and/or internal drive capacity.

Pricing for the New OWC SSD Aura SSD Models is provided below:

For Apple MacBook Air 2010, 2011, and 2012:

- 120 GB Aura SSD: $ 95.00 / Aura + Envoy Bundle: $119.00
- 240 GB Aura SSD: $159.00 / Aura + Envoy Bundle: $189.99
- 480 GB Aura SSD: $299.00 / Aura + Envoy Bundle: $329.00

For Apple Retina MacBook Pro 2012-early 2013:

- 240 GB Aura SSD: $159.00 / Aura + Envoy Bundle: $199.00
- 480 GB Aura SSD: $299.00 / Aura + Envoy Bundle: $339.00




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