San Dimas, California – MCE Technologies (MCE) today announced it is now shipping the world’s fastest 1TB internal PCIe-based SSD upgrade solution for the Mac Pro (Late 2013). Based on 4 Lane (x4) PCIe architecture, the 1TB SSD Upgrade features read speeds of up to 1400MB/sec and write speeds of up to 1150MB/s. All necessary tools to perform the installation, an illustrated installation guide, and drive cloning software are included.
“Our new 1TB PCIe-based SSD communicates over 4 PCIe lanes making it the fastest third-party upgrade available for the Mac Pro,” stated Arnold Ramirez, president of MCE. “Now upgrading your Mac Pro’s internal SSD doesn’t mean you have to suffer with sub-par performance. Our new 1TB SSD upgrade is a direct replacement for the stock original drive, taking up the same space and connecting to the same internal connector without requiring any additional connectors, cables or attachments.”
The MCE 1TB PCIe-based SSD Upgrade for the Mac Pro (Late 2013) takes full advantage of the PCIe (4 Lane) architecture present in those machines. It can reach speeds of up to 1400MB/sec reading and up to 1150MB/s writing. The 1TB PCIe-based flash drives are compatible with all versions of Mac OS X capable of running on the Mac Pro (Late 2013) as well as Mac OS X Boot Camp, feature native TRIM and S.M.A.R.T. support to ensure longevity and each drive carries a three year warranty.
Pricing and Availability:
The MCE 1TB PCIe-based SSD Upgrade Kits for Mac Pro (Late 2013) retail for $699.00 (USD) and are user-installable. Each kit includes the 1TB PCIe-based SSD for Mac Pro, installation toolkit, illustrated installation guide, and drive cloning software.
MCE Technologies is a leader in the development of innovative storage peripherals and accessories for the Apple Macintosh platform and markets a wide range of Macintosh related products and solutions to distributors, dealers and end users. MCE is based in San Dimas, California and can be reached by telephone at (626) 387-9748. More information about products by MCE Technologies can be found on the the MCE Technologies website. Copyright (C) 2017 MCE Technologies. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.