One of the common complaints of the MacBook Pro Retina and MacBook Air is that they simply don’t have enough storage space. This is due to the fact that the Retina and Air have solid state hard drives (SSD), which are typically nowhere near the size of their hard drive cousins. In today’s article, we will go over 2 convenient options that will give you instant storage space on any MacBook Air or MacBook Retina–all without even having to open the computer at all!
Both of these options to increase the space of your MacBook Pro or MacBook Retina by using the SD card slot on the side of the computer. Both of these products are also pretty cool in the fact that they sit flush against the side of the computer. Normal SD cards stick out a bit which can cause them to break off inside the SD card reader sometimes.
These expansion cards for the MacBook Pro and the MacBook retina come from two different companies. The first expansion card comes from a company called TarDisk. The second option for storage expansion on the MacBook Pro and the MacBook retina comes from Transcend. Both of these companies put out very similar products. The storage cards from TarDisk seem to be a bit more expensive than the cards from Transcend. Both cards either come in 128 GB or 256 GB. Another difference in the two cards seems to be that the TarDisk cards add to your hard drive size, where the Transcend cards simply just give you extra storage space separately from your hard drive. The tardis card comes the special “Pear” software that allows it to bond with your hard drive.
Here’s where to purchase these hard drive storage expansion cards
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