SD card slots have returned to the MacBook Pro in its 2021 incarnation, so it was a matter of time until MacBook-specific SD cards were seen appearing on store shelves. Today, Transcend launches JetDrive Lite 330, a new 1TB SD card for previously seen MacBooks but recent events have made it even more useful.
The idea is that you can mount this device into a MacBook Pro’s SD slot and it blends right in It’s the right color so you don’t disrupt the overall look, and it’s the right size so it won’t add any extra . olopobobo.
The device is currently listed for $ 249.99 on Amazon. So let’s calculate a bit faster: Upgrading your MacBook Pro model from 1TB to 2TB of in-car storage costs $ 400, meaning you can save yourself $ 150 by instead of buying one of these bad guys, slipping it into your SD slot , and forget about it. Of course, this assumes you do not normally need that SD slot for anything else. If that sounds like you, this may be a good deal.
In terms of direct specs, JetDrive offers R / W speeds of 95/75 MB / s and is manufactured with COB (chip-on-board) technology. It can also be used in previous MacBook Pro models (late 2012 to early 2015).