Retrofit the MacBook and MacBook Pro with SSD

Retrofit the MacBook and MacBook Pro with SSD


Some people are willing to dish out the premium for a MacBook Air. Some of those are even more generous, willing to fork out the $1300 premium that comes attached to the SSD upgrade for the aforementioned Air. Even so, what are owners of the regular old MacBook and the more powerful MacBook Pro supposed to do if they want in some flash-based action.

Expercom is coming to the rescue for Apple fans, because they’ll willing to help you outfit any MacBook or MacBook Pro with a solid state drive, swapping out that spinning platter of a hard drive that you are forced to endure thus far. It’ll cost you, of course, to get in on this flashy action. Sending your shiny laptop over to Expercom, you can upgrade to a 60GB SSD for $600 or a 120GB SSD for $900.

The alternative is to purchase one of two pre-configured rigs from Expercom directly. They have a MacBook Pro with 2.4GHz processor, 2GB RAM, and 120GB SSD for $2,649 and they have a white MacBook with 2.2GHz processor, 2GB RAM, and 60GB SSD for $1,649.