Data Memory Systems are urging those considering buying one of the brand new Transcend JetDrive SSDs for Mac products to verify beforehand that the model they own will be compatible with the new high-density storage solution. The Transcend JetDrive kits are not PCIe, which means they are incompatible with the most recently released 2013 MacBook Airs and Retina MacBook Pros; the US computer memory experts are strongly encouraging people to check and verify the models they own to avoid confusion when it comes to installing the new memory.
The new JetDrive SSDs, which provide a powerful combination of speed and storage, will be compatible with all early MacBook Airs, mid-2012 MacBook Airs and mid-2012 Retina MacBook Pros, with various different capacities available. They can all be upgraded with 240, 480 or an incredibly 960GB of storage space, while the slightly older mid-2011 MacBook models will only be able to utilise up to 480GB. Nevertheless, the memory figures are astounding, and the new SSDs specifically for these Apple products are expected to make waves when they hit Data Memory Systems’ online store soon.
Aimed at photographers, videographers, gamers, graphic designers, and all others that would describe themselves as ‘power users’ of these much -feted Mac products, the Transcend JetDrive SSDs will provide a multitude of benefits for those who invest in one. With transfer speeds of up to 560MB/s, and greatly reduced application launch and boot times, users will notice a difference immediately and will be made more productive with the upgrade.
Data-intensive computing and highly advanced gaming are just two of the areas that will benefit from such an upgrade, and Data Memory Systems will be providing everything that users need to conduct the installation themselves, from installation packs to thorough guides for the uninitiated.
The upgrade kits also come with a unique twist; they include a drive enclosure that allows users to convert the original SSD or HDD into a portable storage device, ensuring that no memory goes to waste. Those who invest in the new Transcend JetDrives will not only get a high performance upgrade, but also a USB 3.0 external storage device to truly maximize their memory options.
In just a few simple steps, users will be able to remove their old factory-installed memory solution and replace it with a high-density storage solution that promises supreme power and performance. With capacities up to 960GB for certain models, users can be certain they’ll never face memory issues again.
A spokesperson for Data Memory Systems said, “The new Transcend range of JetDrive SSDs specifically for certain Apple products are certainly ground-breaking, and will offer many users power and performance like they’ve never experienced before. However, we do urge those looking into purchasing a drive to double-check the model of their system before they buy. For those with systems that aren’t compatible, we stock a range of fantastic Apple memory solutions that can overhaul any MacBook or other Apple device.”
To find out more about the new range of PC and Apple memory solutions from Data Memory Systems and to buy online, visit http://www.datamemorysystems.com Please direct press queries to
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