Angelbird SSD wrk for Mac 512GB 2.5 inch SATAIII SSD - Native TRIM Support

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    Angelbird SSD wrk for Mac 512GB 2.5 inch SATAIII SSD - Native TRIM Support

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    Jigsaw Code: M538AXC
    Manufacturer Code: SSDWRKM512

    • Hard Drive Interface: SATA III
    • Form Factor: Laptop/Notebook
    • Hard Drive Size: 2.5 inch

    Platform:  macintosh macintosh

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    £205.00£246.00 incVAT

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    Angelbird drives are a little different. They are designed and built in Vorarlberg, a small province in Austria with an international reputation for high-tech innovation. The team behind Angelbird is young, experienced and passionate and with an attention to detail is instantly noticeable in their products.

    The SSD wrk for Mac is a 2.5" is a professional coass SSD for your Mac with native TRIM support. It delivered sustained read speeds up to 563MB/s and sustained writes up to 450MB/s. It's compatible with any Mac that can host a 2.5" SSD and designed and manufactured in Austria.

    SSDs are faster than traditional hard disk drives, but they can't keep up their quick speed forever. In order to maintain an SSD, you need the TRIM command, a garbage collection utility that is built in to the background of your Operating System. SSD wrk for Mac is the only 3rd party SSD that supports TRIM for Mac straight from the box. No driver, software or TRIM Enabler is needed!


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    Model name
    SSD wrk for Mac
    Form Factor


    Total Capacity
    Storage Type
    Hard Drive Size
    2.5 inch
    Hard Drive Interface
    Storage Speed
    Data Transfer Rate
    up to 563MB/s READ up to 450MB/s WRITE

    Physical Description

    Weight (kg)
    H 7.00mm W 69.8mm D 100.2mm


    5 Year Limited Warranty

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    29th September 2014

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