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Review OWC 240GB Aura Pro X2 SSD

OWC 240GB Aura Pro X2 SSD

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OWC 240GB Aura Pro X2 SSD

Not enough storage on your MacBook? Then check out the OWC 240GB Aura Pro X2 SSD. With read speeds up to a whopping 2989MB/s and write speeds up to 1208MB/s, it is twice as fast as the factory SSD! So don't wait any longer and upgrade your Mac with the Aura Pro X2 for a fraction of the cost of a new model.

Please note: High Sierra (10.13) needs to be installed before you can place the new SSD.

Don’t have the necessary tools to replace the SSD at your disposal? The please check out the OWC 240GB Aura Pro X2 SSD incl. Envoy Kit.

The OWC 240GB Aura Pro X2 SSD is suitable for the following Mac Models:

MacBook Pro Retina (Late 2013 - Mid 2015)
MacBook Pro Retina 13 inch, Late 2013 / MacBookPro11,1
MacBook Pro Retina 15 inch, Late 2013 / MacBookPro11,2
MacBook Pro Retina 15 inch, Late 2013 / MacBookPro11,3
MacBook Pro Retina 13 inch, Mid 2014 / MacBookPro11,1
MacBook Pro Retina 15 inch, Mid 2014 / MacBookPro11,2
MacBook Pro Retina 15 inch, Mid 2014 / MacBookPro11,3
MacBook Pro Retina 13 inch, Early 2015 / MacBookPro11,1
MacBook Pro Retina 15 inch, Mid 2015 / MacBookPro11,4
MacBook Pro Retina 15 inch, Mid 2015 / MacBookPro11,5

MacBook Air (Mid 2013 - Mid 2017)
MacBook Air 11 inch, Mid 2013 / MacBookAir6,1
MacBook Air 13 inch, Mid 2013 / MacBookAir6,2
MacBook Air 11 inch, Early 2014 / MacBookAir6,1
MacBook Air 13 inch, Early 2014 / MacBookAir6,2
MacBook Air 11 inch, Early 2015 / MacBookAir7,1
MacBook Air 13 inch, Early 2015 / MacBookAir7,2
MacBook Air 13 inch, Mid 2017 / MacBookAir7,2

Mac mini (Late 2014)
Mac mini, Late 2014 / Macmini7,1

Mac Pro (Late 2013)
Mac Pro, Late 2013 / MacPro6,1

There is a lot of confusion whether one needs Flash storage, an SSD or a Solid State Drive. We will give you the short answer: ‘SSD’ is the abbreviation of Solid State Drive, which is a Flash-based hard drive. Apple uses the term ‘Flash storage’ because SSD’s have the same form factor (connection) as a regular spinning hard drive, and Apple uses Flash modules similar to the OWC 240GB Aura Pro X2.