Want your old Mac to work as good as new without buying a new one? Other World Computing (OWC) has just released the Aura Pro X2 SSD which can make your Mac up to twice as fast with lots more storage space but at the fraction of the cost of buying a new Mac.
Even if your Mac is from 2013, the Aura Pro X2 SSD cards can bring your MacBook, Mac Pro or Mac Mini up to a similar level of performance as any of the latest Macs.
The Aura Pro X2 Solid State Drive is easy to install, and can add up to a massive 2TB of storage space to your Mac and offers read speeds of 3200 MB/s. That means transfer speeds of 3.1GB per second and write speeds of up to 2.3GB per second.
This gives you up to 16 times more storage space and up to double the processing speed.
This costs as little as $119.99 depending on your model of MacBook Pro, MacBook or Mac Mini and how much capacity and speed you want to install.
Apple charges hundreds of dollars for SSD upgrades so it saves a fortune on Apple’s sky-high prices too.
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If you don’t want to scrap your slowing Mac but don’t want to splash thousands of dollars on a new one, installing one of OWC’s Aura Pro X2 SSD cards is an ideal solution.
Here are some key facts:
- Installation takes just 15 minutes with plenty of tutorial videos and free help desk support
- OWC drives come with a 5 year warranty and 24/7 support
- There’s a 30 day money back guarantee
- Upgrading your Mac with a more efficient OWC SSD results in lower power consumption, cooler running temperatures and extends the battery life of your Mac
Even better, you can get a rebate on your existing SSD whether it’s an Apple or OWC one when you send it to OWC.
The full range of Aura Pro X2 SSDs are:
- OWC Aura Pro X2 240GB SSD ($120)
- OWC Aura Pro X2 480GB SSD ($180 – compared to Apple’s $400 factory upgrade from 128GB to 512GB)
- OWC Aura Pro X2 1TB SSD ($300 – compared to Apple’s $800 factory upgrade from 128GB to 1TB)
- OWC Aura Pro X2 2TB SSD ($700 – compared to Apple’s $1200 factory upgrade from 256GB to 2TB)
You can find more details about the OWC Aura Pro X2 SSD range here.
Aura pro x2 2tb made mine painfully slow