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128 GB RunCore Pro IV 1.8" PATA ZIF Plus SSD unidad de estado sólido para Macbook Air A Rev.

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  • Actualización de SSD de 128 GB para Apple MacBook Air Rev.A
  • 1.8" SSD con ZIF PATA interface
  • Velocidad de lectura de hasta 90 MB/sec
  • Velocidad de hasta 80 MB/s de escritura

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Peso del producto399 g
Dimensiones del paquete14,8 x 13,6 x 3,4 cm
Referencia del fabricanteRCP-IV-Z1828-MCA
Número de productoRCP-IV-Z1828-MCA
Capacidad de la memoria128 GB
Factor de forma1.8
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Producto en desde19 de junio de 2012
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128 GB RunCore SSD de 1.8" diseñado para el Apple MacBook Air Rev.A. Disco de estado sólido con interfaz PATA ZIF, apoyando la lectura velocidades de hasta 90 MB/seg y escribir a velocidades de hasta 80 MB/seg soporte TRIM.

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Working Well for MacBook Air A1237 7 de octubre de 2012
Por Iron Drive - Publicado en
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The Samsung 80 GB drive in my wife's MacBook Air died; this is the second Samsung hard drive that's gone to a better place. This time, instead of getting another hard drive, I used this SSD since SSDs are far superior to hard drives with respect to speed, particular operating system and application startup times.

In this kit, I got the SSD plus an enclosure to house the old hard drive. In other words, they give you enough to take out your old, working hard drive, place it into the external enclosure (which connects to your computer via a USB cord), and clone your old hard drive's files to your new SSD. They have some instructions in fractured English to guide you.

But I didn't use the enclosure or take that approach since, as I said, my hard drive failed. Fortunately, I have everything backed up via Time Machine so I followed a different process:
1. Replace old hard drive with new SSD.
2. Try again since I forgot that the hard drive cable connects to the SSD via a very small, black securing clip. (The clip is on the SSD.)
3. Boot from a Snow Leopard DVD (if you have Lion on a USB stick, this will work perfectly fine) and install the operating system on the SSD.
4. Restore your files from your backup device.

In case you're wondering what hard drives or SSDs you can use with a model A1237 MacBook Air, you have two constraints:
1. It has to be a 1.8" drive (this is smaller than the normal laptop drive size of 2.5").
2. It needs PATA ZIF connector. I have no idea what this means, but it's important!

The only issue I had with the seller's (Hot Deals 4 Less) shipping. I paid $30 for "expedited shipping." The shipper then sent the SSD via the US Postal Service: it took four business days to reach me. That's awful.

Also, to find your MacBook Air's model number, it's on the bottom of the laptop in small printing.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Very speedy SSD, easy install, replaced a broken 80 GB HD 23 de abril de 2012
Por James H. Bennett Jr. - Publicado en
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I'm very happy with this SSD "hard drive". My original MacBook Air (MBA) suddenly died - some investigation led me to believe the internal 80 GB hard drive was at fault. Oh, joy - I was not a happy camper. I've had this laptop since early 2008 and never had problems with it, other than (1) can't increase the memory, (2) slooooow hard drive, and (3) finding out that the yet to be released Mountain Lion OS will not run on the machine. But in spite of those things, I still wanted it fixed. Some internet research seemed to indicate that Apple would charge me at least $300 to replace the HD with the same sort of slow, moving-part storage unit. Not what I wanted to spend my money on.

So, I thought maybe going with an SSD would be an option. Looked at OWC and their 128 GB SSD was a lot more expensive than this one, with nearly identical performance specs. I ordered this SSD from Amazon, knowing that I was going to be the one to remove the old dead HD, install the new SSD, get OS X re-installed, and finally, hopefully, get my Time Machine data restored. Gulp......

Well, the SSD was delivered way faster than what I had been told! I was really a happy camper on the delivery time. I had seen a video at the OWC web site on how to remove the old HD and install an SSD. Didn't look too difficult. I already had an anti-static pad (I'm a ham radio operator and enjoy building kits - the anti-static pad is a must-have for that). Installation was a breeze. The only "problem" I had was getting one of the little connectors unhooked with the plastic tool I was using. But eventually it came off and I was able to pull the old drive and insert the new one. Note that this SSD is a teensy bit smaller (physically) than the 80 GB HD that was in the laptop. About 3-4 mm smaller. This resulted in the HD mounting gasket not fitting very tight on the SSD. Not a big deal - it all went back together nicely.

The SSD had already been formatted at the factory, and is bootable, once an OS has been installed. I connected my Apple MBA SuperDrive, loaded the Snow Leopard DVD and did the install. After Snow Leopard was installed, I did the upgrade install of Lion. No problems. Then I connected my Time Machine backup and did a "Migrate User" to get everything back the way it was. The SSD has performed flawlessly. My boot-up time is a lot time faster, and apps start up much quicker. Yes, I'd recommend this SSD to a friend.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 128GB RunCore Pro IV 1.8" PATA ZIF SSD Solid State Drive for Macbook Air Rev. A 24 de julio de 2010
Por Eluciano - Publicado en
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128GB RunCore Pro IV 1.8" PATA ZIF SSD Solid State Drive for Macbook Air Rev. A - REVIEW
First, let me say that RunCore product is excellent and worth every penny. I ordered the SSD-HD on Wednesday and I had the SSD-HD by Friday. Installation was easy one time. I have MBA 1st generation and my 80 moveable part HD failed after 1.5 years from purchase. Steve Jobs and Apple have alot of nerve trying to sell those crappy drives and then at the apple store - they told me they wanted to charge me $300 to replace my failed HD with the same crappy HD - so i can return in 2 years or less with the same problem, yet I know they are selling SSD-HD on new purchases, which is the way to go. Memory C sent me the drive with a clone chip, so before I installed the SSD-HD - i cloned my entire HD - took about 2.5 hrs (for 60 GB) but it worked like a charm, transferred everything from content to software, including OS. Secondly, the benefits -easy installation (make sure you disconnect the battery when replacing the HD), then more space on 128GB! I have about 70 GB of free space (using the difference), before i was always dealing with 20GB of free space - big difference. Also, machine operates quicker and faster. For all those that bought the MBA 1st generation in 2008, I highly recommend you consider purchasing from the RunCore SSD-HD from MemoryC, if your drive has not failed (it will soon), the SSD-HD is wonderful was of upgrading your MBA without considering of purchasing a new laptop (another MacBook with more processing speed). Only criticism is the price, but given my dire straits and the added benefits, it was worth it.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Instant performance for Dell D420/D430 30 de diciembre de 2013
Por Aaron Brogdon - Publicado en
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I've bought two of these to replace the drives in a Dell D420 and a D430 laptop. Easy installation, no driver required, just works. One of the drives I replaced was working properly, but was too small and too slow. I used the included cable and software to mirror the existing operating system. The other drive I replaced was beginning to fail so I started with a clean OS on that system. Both methods worked on the first try with no issues.

It's cool that they include an external enclosure so you can use the drive as a portable device. Since one of the drives I was replacing was still functional, I was hoping to pop it in the enclosure and use it as a 40GB portable drive. However, the Dell drive was just a bit too big to fit.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great replacement for iPod Classic drive 11 de julio de 2012
Por R. Martin - Publicado en
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I have used this drive to replace an ailing hard drive in my iPod Classic (video) 80gb player.

This was truly a "drop in" replacement -- the form factor was similar (so it fits inside the iPod case easily), and the connector cable mated up precisely. I have used my "new" iPod now for about a week, and it is working just fine. My battery life is about the same, but the iPod now searches and cues tracks a lot faster than it did previously. Granted, this may be partly because the previous drive was failing, but it seems to be a bit quicker than when my iPod was new as well.

I am very pleased with the performance of this drive and would suggest it to anyone who is interested in replacing the drive in their 80gb iPod Classic.

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