If we wish to give your 2010 MacBook Air a rival corner with a largest plain state expostulate accessible for your notebook, afterwards check out a Mercury Aura Pro Express line from Other World Computing (OWC). The third-party SSD is accessible in 180, 240, 360 as well as 480 GB capacities as well as fits both a 11.6-inch as well as 13.3-inch Air models that debuted in late 2010.
Big as well as fast, OWC claims a Aura Express SSD delivers a limit send rate of 275 MB/s as well as offers a 68% progress in opening over bureau drives.
Performance comes with a cost — a entry-level 180 GB plain state expostulate will set we behind US$480 whilst a tip of a line 480 GB SSD costs a whopping $1579. This latter cost tab surpasses that of a little MacBook Air models, that begin during $999 for a entry-level 11-inch indication as well as stand up to $1599 for a reward 13-inch model.