Oct 27 2010, 10:59am CDT | by Shane McGlaun
If you have ordered up one of the new MacBook Air computers unveiled recently by Apple and have plans to put a larger SSD like the 256GB SSDs that PhotoFast offers specifically for the Air the company has something you will like. The PhotoFast kit is called the Air USB3 Adapter and it makes upgrading the SSD easy.
The kit can be purchased in several capacities including 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB capacities. The idea is that the kit comes in a small aluminum housing with the SSD inside ready to work in the Air's USB 3.0 port. You can plug in the flash drive with your new SSD inside to clone the contents of your Mac.
Once you are done cloning you can take that SSD out of the housing and put it inside the Air. The SSD that you remove from the Air can then go into the PhotoFast housing and you have a new USB 3.0 flash drive you can use.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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