Transcend JetDrive Lite 330 Tarjeta de expansión de almacenaje de 128GB para Macbook Pro con pantalla Retina de 13 pulgadas
- 128 GB (MLC)
- Tarjeta de expansión de almacenamiento para MacBook
- Lectura máx .: 95MB / s, Escritura máx .: 60MB / s
- Para MacBook Pro con pantalla Retina de 13 "(finales de 2012 - mediados de 2014)
- Descarga gratuita del software Recover
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|Calificación del cliente||(2368)||(2743)||(913)||(445)||(3793)||(139)|
|Vendido por||Disponible a través de null||Amazon México||México EXE||Amazon Estados Unidos||Amazon Estados Unidos||Amazon México|
|Color||Max Read: 95MB/s, Max Write: 60MB/s||Negro||Negro||Negro||—||Blanco|
|Capacidad Almacenamiento Digital||128 GB||256 GB||256 GB||256 GB||256.0 GB||480 GB|
|Dimensiones Artículo||1.67 x 0.30 x 2.74 cm||2.28 x 2.54 x 0.25 cm||2.03 x 2.79 x 0.25 cm||2.28 x 2.79 x 0.25 cm||2.28 x 1.77 x 0.76 cm||8.91 x 2.38 x 0.76 cm|
|Tamaño||128||256 GB||256 GB||256 GB||256 GB||480GB|
|Características Especiales||Alcance de temperatura operativa: -25 - 85 °C; Resistente al agua||Alcance de temperatura operativa: -25 - 85 °C||Alcance de temperatura operativa: -25 - 85 °C||Alcance de temperatura operativa: -25 - 85 °C||—||Alcance de temperatura operativa: 0 - 60 °C|
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Introduciendo las tarjetas de expansión de almacenamiento JetDrive Lite de Transcend, para MacBook Air y MacBook Pro con pantalla Retina. Las tarjetas de expansión JetDrive Lite, son una manera fácil y rápida de agregar espacio adicional a su computadora MacBook.
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Install in seconds
Simply insert JetDrive Lite into the card reader slot on the side of your MacBook and instantly boost your storage capacity. With up to 256GB available, you can store up to 124,000 photos, 64,000 songs or 3840 min. of Full HD video.
JetDrive Lite expansion cards are built with the highest quality NAND flash and can achieve read speeds of up to 95MB/s and write speeds of up to 55MB/s. Perfect for Time Machine backups, iTunes libraries, and everything in-between.
Forget it's there
With a flush profile that's tailor-made for each MacBook model, Transcend's JetDrive Lite expansion cards are designed to seamlessly integrate with your MacBook.
A safety net for your data
Designed for JetDrive Lite expansion cards, JetDrive Toolbox software offers Recovery and Power Save functions to increase data safety. The Recover function allows you to bring back accidentally deleted image, video, MP3, and PDF files. The Power Save function conserves power by automatically ejecting your JetDrive Lite before the Mac enters Standby mode and remounting it when the Mac wakes up.
Count on it
JetDrive Lite 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 embark on with your MacBook, you can count on JetDrive Lite expansion cards to keep your data safe.
Match it up
The JetDrive Lite series is specifically designed for MacBook Air and MacBook Pro with Retina display computers. The card is available in four different sizes for use in different MacBook models. Find the right size for your MacBook in the comparison chart.
|JetDrive Lite 130||JetDrive Lite 330||JetDrive Lite 350||JetDrive Lite 360|
|Compatibility||MacBook Air 13” Late 2010 ~ 2017||MacBook Pro (Retina) 13" Late 2012 ~ Early 2015||MacBook Pro (Retina) 15" Mid 2012 ~ Early 2013||MacBook Pro (Retina) 15" Late 2013 ~ Mid 2015|
|Note||Late 2010, Mid 2011, and Mid 2012 MacBook Air models have reduced performance due to the card reader only supporting up to USB 2.0 transfer speeds.|
|Capacity||64GB ~ 256GB||64GB ~ 256GB||128GB ~ 256GB||128GB ~ 256GB|
|Maximum Performance||R 95MB/s, W 55MB/s||R 95MB/s, W 55MB/s||R 95MB/s, W 55MB/s||R 95MB/s, W 55MB/s|
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Tras hacerle un benchmarking con el Disk Speed Test de Black magic design, me dio 91.7 MB/s de lectura y 32.5/s MB de escritura. Como los archivos que moví cambian poco o nada, no tuve ninguna sensación de lentitud.
Sí, es recomendable mover Apps que no sean tan pesadas, sin embargo, moví a esta tarjeta un ambiente de desarrollo y tarda apenas unos segundos más de lo que tardaba en el SSD interno.
Sí, tiene mejor rendimiento en lectura que en escritura, lo que lo hace más recomendable para meterle apps que archivos en general, pero sí puedes tener ahí archivos de uso diario.
La herramienta JetDrive Toolbox que ofrecen como complemento prácticamente no tiene opciones. La única interesante es la de automontar la unidad al "despertar", pero parece no tener efecto.
Es una excelente y sobretodo ECONOMICA solucion para la falta de espacio en los MacBook Pro Retina (el mio uno Early 2015), ya que una actualización es muy costosa y hasta donde tengo entendido no se podría hacer, a diferencia de los Macbook Pro de la generación pasada que ciertas piezas si podian ser actualizables . La Velocidad no es tan eficiente como el SSD interno, pero tampoco es nada despreciable, en mi opinion es muy buena y estoy satisfecho. les recomiendo como Vendedor a Amazon, ya que fue un producto importado, y llego en tiempo (incluso llego antes) y forma, no se me cobro mas de lo que se me habia informado al momento de la compra.
Un muy buen producto.
Ahora solo hay que esperar que produzcan memorias con mayor capacidad.
El envío fue correcto y llegó en el tiempo estimado.
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2. I was expecting the visible edge to be silver to match the MacBook, but it is black. I must have confused it with other products.
3. It comes formatted as FAT but needs to be re-formatted in the Disk Utility (Erase) to the Mac journaled option, otherwise it will be slower and Time Machine will not process it.
I knock off a star for these minor points. Otherwise it performs very well. Getting about 55 MB/s write and 80 MB/s read speeds. Which is about 5 to 6 times slower then the MacBook SSD.
This is not a SD card inside, it is specifically designed for its purpose and, for the price, it does it very well. Don't be tempted by the MicroSD cards and adapters that are available. I reckoned I would only get up to 1MB/s Write speeds on a good quality Class 10 Ultra SDXC, which is still hundreds of times slower then the SSD.
I decided on the 128GB (larger version will be cheaper by the time it gets full) then moved all the data files to the JetDrive. I program for living, so there are lots of files, graphics and libraries. The JetDrive has not slowed me down much at all because once a file is loaded (usually it's text), the incremental saves are very small. All the heavy lifting is done by the development systems and simulators. They and their support resources are on the SSD.
It survives the MacBook going to sleep and waking up just fine. You can change the desktop icon as with any drive, so it looks less like a SD card and more like another disk volume. Psychologically, this makes it much more aethestically acceptable to my eyes.
All in all, it's a no-brainer upgrade.
Speed on my 2015 13" macbook pro is very good considering it's essentially a cut down sd card. Blackmagic speed test rates it around 35MB/s write and an impressive 90MB/s read (see screenshot). Clearly not in SSD territory, but good enough to work well as a storage drive. I store most of my Steam library on it and games load quickly and take up no space on my internal drive.
I used the software that comes with it initially to unmount the drive when sleeping and re-mount when waking, but I was having issues with battery drain, so I switched to using Jettison, which seems to drain the battery less. I do still experience a certain amount of battery drain (quite variable), but it's possible this is not due to the drive.
A much much cheaper option that a) upgrading the SSD or b) buying a new macbook! Also much handier than an external ssd (been there too) - mine had a habit of getting knocked and dismounting.
Only slight annoyance is that obviously you lose the sd card slot - easily remedied by buying an external USB3 card reader for a few pounds.
I've put my photo library to card so my SSD is available for more applications.
I recommend to install Transcend JetDrive Toolbox so when entering sleep mode, card unmounts automatically and mac can go to "deep sleep".
Fits perfectly, with only the slightest, tiny protrusion from the case. (See image, pound coin for scale)
Speeds are very reasonable at just around 15MB write and 78 meg read. (See image for speed test) (Edit - Amazon have resized the image and it does not show details. See cropped image here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/14035139/Mac%20Pictures/DiskSpeedTestJetdrive.png)
Recommended use is for files rather than applications. I use mine for Google Drive and Dropbox folders as these are quite heavy in storage yet don't require much speed.
Have had no reliability issues to date, so far the experience has been to plug it in and forget it's there.
I didnt want an external drive as I carry my laptap around so much, nor did I want storage you had to open up your laptop to install incase it went wrong. My other options were get a new Macbook which would be very expensive or pay for even morepricey cloud storage but that wouldnt solve the running applications issue
This was SO easy to install, even I could do it! You slot into to the side- thats it! Now my laptop works fine and my stress has gone down. Thank you Transcend- 10000% recommended
No installations, Mac picks it up straight away as an external drive that you can save things to (although I've not yet attempted to save any applications nor do I know if you can- potentially if you install it first on the built in hard drive, copy it to the JetDrive and then create a shortcut for it on the dock?) and does not seem to have any issues when going to sleep/waking up. I did encounter the Storage Card 'not being ejected properly' once when I had closed the lid on my laptop that resulted in the card not being recognised however that hasn't been repeated since. All I did was pull the card out and push it back in again to get the laptop to recognise it again.
Read and write speeds have been very good, not as fast as my USB 3.0 storage cards or hard drives but when there are no cables lying around and getting in my way and the save is happening on the laptop itself I was not in any way bothered about it taking the slightest bit longer. To get the best speeds out of this device I did have to reformat the card to the Mac Journaled partition as many reviewers have already suggested you do when you first get this. Simple process through Disk Utility and Google!
In terms of form factor, it fits flush to the rMBP with only the smallest of protrusions. To be entirely honest, without this tiny protrusion you simply would not be able to pull the card out at all, which as I've mentioned above can be a helpful fix.
All in all, does what it says on the tin, and has been extremely helpful for that little bump in memory. I would highly recommend!
I couldn't mount it in Disk Utility so the only option was to reseat it. It does not come with a removal tool so I used a business card (a bloody paper card!) to carefully pry it loose and one of the edges broke off. So now it'll be even harder to remove. There are much better options out there, albeit pricier ones.
Speed wise, it is plenty fast enough for what I need it for: I've got my iTunes library and some movies on it that would fill up my hard drive.
This does not outweight the fact that it is flimsy af, though.
People are saying that they have mounting issues when they let their battery drain to 0%. Then complain that they have to restart to get it to remount.
Here's the solution - don't let your computer drain to 0%. And restarting your computer...what, you don't have 30 seconds to spare in your day?
Backed up regularly this is a fantastic way to double internal disk space with a simple little card.
I use the MBP with jetdrive for a few months, until a few nights ago (may 2016) the jetdrive crashed on me. I tried to copy a quite large files from my Download directory (which by now is in the Jetdrive) to my home directory, and left it to sleep. Once I woke up, I realized that the jetdrive doesn't even mounted. I tried restarting the MBP, checking the jetdrive from "Disk Utility", tried to gain access of it from the terminal, unplug and replug, none gave any result. The file that I tried to copy has not even complete copying, and it is in corrupted state. I'm disappointed with it. I'm not sure if I work it too hard, but I expect a lifetime warranty to last more than a few months. Thankfully I have a working backup, but it still wastes quite a lot of time trying to troubleshot the jetdrive.
The good thing is at least I can get a replacement from transcend because of the lifetime warranty. Perhaps I just got the misfortune of getting a defective product. Because when it is working, it's working great.
Great for doubling the disk space on my MB Pro although the main reasons for getting it was to write my cloud pictures and videos to for OneDrive, GoogleDrive, Dropbox etc.. except when you install the apps they refuse blankly to allow you to save to a removable/SD/Flash drive. Extremely annoying when I know that the JetDrive is not going to be removed and I specifically placed it in the machine as additional hard drive space..
I'm going to have to run iTunes and move all my downloads to it instead..
Much cheaper and easier than trying to upgrade the SSD.