ExperCom to retrofit MacBook, MacBook Pro with SSD

Picture 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
I certainly don’t care to have an SSD in my MBP, but if you’re really itching to get one in your MB or MBP then give Expercom a call and they’ll take care of it for you. Of course, you’ll be paying out the wazoo for a 60GB or 120GB SSD. Your two options are to send your rig into Expercom, or purchase a 15-inch MBP with a 2.4GHz proc/2GB RAM/120GB SSD for $2,649 or a white MB with a 2.2GHz proc/2GB RAM/60GB SSD for $1,649. If you just want to purchase the drive itself for your existing laptop then you’ll have to fork over $600 or $900 and leave your precious in the hands of those at ExperCom for a few days. Because the SSDs are not covered by AppleCare, ExperCom will either service your Mac or re-install the HDD, which you get back with your SSD if you choose to swap them out. Sort of not worth it in my opinion.

via TUAW