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Flash Storage Card for 13" MacBook Air Retina Late 2010 to Early 2015
(Late 2010 - Early 2015)
Introducing our new flash storage expansion cards for the MacBook Air. Our expansion cards are a quick and easy way to gain the additional space you need without adding any bulk. Simply insert our SD card into the card reader slot and instantly boost your storage capacity, with up to 128GB available.
With a flush profile that's tailor-made for each model, our expansion cards are designed to seamlessly integrate with your MacBook Air. Our flash expansion cards are manufactured using advanced COB (chip-on-board) technology, making them resistant to water, dust, and shock. So regardless of what kind of adventures you decide to embark on, you can count on our expansion cards to keep your data safe.
- Capacity: 128GB
- Flash Type: MLC
- Max Performance: Read 95MB/s, Write 60MB/s
- Operating Voltage: 2.7V~3.6V
- Operating Temperature: -25C (-13F) to 85C (185F)
- Durability: 10,000 insertion/removal cycles
- Warranty: Limited Lifetime
|Domestic Shipping Options||Delivery Estimate|
|US Postal Service 1st Class*||FREE||3-10 business days|
|US Postal Service Priority Mail||$6.99||2-4 business days|
|UPS Ground||$9.99||3-5 business days|
|UPS 2-Day||$12.99 and up||2 business days|
|UPS Overnight||$29.99 and up||1 business day|
|International Shipping Options||Delivery Estimate|
|UPS Worldwide Expedited||Price varies||2-5 business days**|
|UPS Worldwide Saver||Price varies||1-3 business days**|
Ramjet offers same day shipping for UPS Overnight and UPS 2-day air orders for in-stock items that are received by 3pm Central time Monday through Friday (Holidays excluded.) UPS costs are calculated based on promixity and package weight.
* Shipping weights above .8 lbs (13 ounces) can not use US Postal Service 1st Class.
** International shipping charges include all brokerage fees, but do not include taxes or duties assessed by your local government. International delivery estimates do not include any customs inspection delays.