This month, OWC launched their latest SSD lineup into the market with their new Aura Pro X2 series. The new SSDs are targeted for Apple’s range of MacBook Air and Pro laptops, making for a solid storage upgrade option that brings both capacity and speed to these models.
With speeds that cruise on up to 3,200MB/s read and up to 2,400MB/s write, they seem to compete well with flagships from other leading SSD brands. Not only that, but they range between 240GB and 2TB, providing a solution for every need, especially those that need a big bump in capacity while on the go.
Centered around macOS High Sierra 10.13 and later, with full support for Apple’s File System (APFS), it is designed for Mac laptops and everything that comes with the file system. So they are ready and waiting to clone your information right over to them, install them into the laptop and off you go.
You can also buy into their upgrade kit that also comes with an Envoy Pro enclosure, that converts your old drive into an external USB, to beat out your old thumb drives with, when it comes to speed and capacity.
Of course, with anything Mac-related, it does come with a price. The following list breaks everything down by model:
- 240GB SSD – $119.99
- 480GB SSD – $179.99
- 1TB SSD – $299.99
- 2TB SSD – $699.99
For the upgrade kit that includes the Envoy Pro enclosure, you are looking at around $100 more for each model. So as they compare price-wise to other models, they do feature a jump in price, meaning you pay for that luxury of compatibility and function. A familiar pattern when it comes to anything Apple related. For more information, you can visit the linked text we have above. All models are available now and shipping.