Android — 01 July 2012

DNP OWC

Got a Macbook Air from 2010 or 2011 and want to upgrade the storage without dropping its pre-existing SSD module all together? Well, you’re in luck, thanks to OWC’s new Mecury Aura Bundles. After upgrading your Air with one of the company’s Mercury Aura Pro Express SSDs, the included Mercury Aura Envoy lets you re-purpose the factory SSD as a bus-powered, USB 3.0-compatible external drive. Better yet, the Envoy is made of aluminum, matches the Air’s tapered design and weighs just 1.5 ounces. Owners of the 2010 Air can opt for a 180, 240 or 480GB 3Gb/s drive, while those with the 2011 model can bump up to 6Gb/s bus speeds with the same storage allotments and a 120GB option. Pricing for the bundle starts at $ 200 for the 120GB variant, maxing out at a hefty $ 780 and $ 800 if you want to move up to the spacious 480GB offerings. Thankfully, like the SSDs, the Mercury Aura Envoy is available as a stand-alone enclosure, and it’ll cost you just under $ 50 bucks. Hit up the press release after the break for the full details if this dual-drive setup piques your interest

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