mardi 6 juin 2017

TarDisk seamlessly expands your MacBook's storage [Review]

In its quest to make its laptops smaller, lighter and faster, Apple has made modern MacBooks harder -- if not impossible -- to upgrade. Take my mid-2013 MacBook Air for example. It comes with an SSD design for which there are only a handful of aftermarket options around -- and the cost of buying new storage may be higher than what my laptop is now worth. Some newer MacBooks are even worse though, leaving no such option on the table. TarDisk is a very interesting alternative to the replacement route. It fits into the SD card slot and can be… [Continue Reading]

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