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Best SanDisk SSD Mac

Mac Compatible SanDisk SSD's
Are you unsure of which model or brand of SSD drive is best for your Apple Mac computer system? For Mac computer owners pondering a solid-state drive update for their MacBook laptop or Macintosh desktop computer, the options are overwhelmingly uncomplicated. Seriously geeky and nerdy technology folk could very well spend days and hours deciphering electronic specifications and benchmark conclusions of the outstanding and swiftest solid-state disks. However, you really don't necessarily have to do any of it your own, due to the fact that someone's have actually done the lab testing for you. There are really only a handful of brands advancing cutting edge SSD drive technologies and you honestly cannot go wrong by deciding on any of the most recent SSD offerings coming from any of the top-tier suppliers. Having said that, this is our principal favorite for a Mac compatible SSD coming from SanDisk's drive catalog:

Sandisk Extreme II SSD

Capacities To 480GB

SanDisk (a division of Micron Technologies) has long been an innovator in top-performing flash memory devices and SD cards. It was a natural evolution for them to enter the SSD market. Taking advantage of increasingly denser NAND flash chips, cutting edge drive controller chipsets, and along with intelligent firmware, SanDisk solid-state drives put their performance solidly in the Top-5 brands. Currently their 3rd-generation of the EXTREME SanDisk SSD's drives reliably perform near the top of most benchmark result charts. This impressive level of performance doesn't need to cost you a premium. Industry-wide price drops and expanding capacities of SSDs of up to one Terabyte have brought us the lowest prices per Gig ever. For Macintosh users shopping for a two and a half-inch 6GBps SATA III SSD, the SanDisk drive line is a fantastic option for replacing the hard disk drive in your Apple Mac Mini or MacBook portable. With a full-size drive bracket or adapter, they're appropriate replacements for iMac or Macintosh Pro 3.5 inch full-size drive openings too. They're also an excellent choice for DIY external SSD backup drives when placed in a USB 3 SuperSpeed or ThunderBolt case or drive docking station you prefer..