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OWC offers SSD upgrade kitsAura SSD Flash Storage Upgrades to 1TB
As the applications we use every day become bigger, and our cameras and devices are equipped to take higher resolution images, and movies require more frames per second, our needs for bigger drives becomes more and more important.
The speed that SSDs deliver on a laptop are important to being able to retrieve the data we need at a speed that professional work demands.
We use laptops so we can be mobile while we work. While thunderbolt delivers an opportunity for external drives, the ability to have a bigger SSD in our Macbook offers more creative potential, and space to experiment.
OWC Aura PCIe-based flash storage upgrades are precisely engineered for your Mac, so you?ll never need to compromise your data by relying on complicated software hacks or TRIM enablers to get the most from your upgrade. Just install, migrate your data, and enjoy your MacBook Pro with Retina display or MacBook Air with the great performance of PCIe-based flash storage and up to eight times the original factory-installed capacity.
PR-OWC-AuraPCIeOWC announced the all-new Aura SSD for Mid 2013 and Later Mac laptops, the most anticipated SSD upgrade release in OWC?s history. In an era of ever-expanding storage needs, this long-awaited upgrade allows users, for the first time ever, to expand the stock storage that came with their Mac laptops and reuse their original factory drive to transfer data and as a high-performance external storage solution.
Available in 480GB and 1.0TB capacities, Aura SSD upgrade kits are the first and only PCIe-based flash storage upgrades available for MacBook Pro with Retina display (Late 2013 and newer) and MacBook Air (Mid 2013 and newer) models.
If you read the OWC Blog posts, you can find some great history about the company, and messages that speak to their commitment to providing users with a fantastic work solution.
For more than 25 years Other World Computing has proudly provided Mac users and the entire tech community with award-winning upgrades, memory, accessories and storage solutions. When it comes to personal technology, we think you deserve more and we work hard to provide products that go above and beyond the usual choices.
This drive fuels both our creativity and our growth, and has resulted in several prestigious awards, including:
? Videomaker Best of Consumer Electronics Show 2015, OWC Thunderbolt 2 Dock
? 2015 CES Innovations Honoree, OWC ThunderBay 4 External Storage Solution
? Storage Visions, Visionary Product Award 2015 for OWC Envoy Pro mini SSD thumb drive
? American Business Awards ?Stevie? Gold (2012) and Silver (2014)
? About.com Readers? Choice Award, Best Mac Peripheral Reseller
? Business Intelligence Group 2013 Green Tech Company of the Year
? Inc. 5,000 ?Fastest Growing Privately Owned Companies in America? list 2007?2013
? Better Business Bureau, A+ Top Rating 2010?2015
We also believe in making a better world where everything is possible. This belief informs everything we do at OWC. We?re deeply committed to environmental sustainability ? OWC?s on-site wind and solar power generation is rated to deliver 100% of our power requirements across five locations in three states. This includes our LEED Platinum certified headquarters (the highest level of green building certification) in Woodstock, Illinois. We?re also dedicated to American manufacturing, proudly designing and building our range of ultra-highperformance Solid State Drives and other products in Austin, Texas. Because we strive to go further, we focus on giving you the confidence and capability to achieve everything possible with your technology. Every day we?re driven to innovate, whether it?s upgrades for maximum performance from your current technology, or pushing tech boundaries with Thunderbolt, USB-C, Solid State Storage and emerging technologies of the future.
Ko Maruyama is a freelance animator in Los Angeles. In addition to working on film and broadcast animations, Ko teaches at Pasadena's Art Center College of Design - focusing on motion design. When working, writing or testing software allows, you can find him lending a hand in the After Effects board and lurking among the Cinema4D, Visual Effects and Photoshop posts within the DMNForums.
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