Apple MacBook Gets 256GB SSD Option

Apple  MacBook October 2008 If you are in the market for one of the 13.3-inch Unibody/Aluminum MacBooks that was introduced last year, Apple has now added a new storage option.

It’s a 256GB Solid State Drive (SSD). It’s going to run you $900 USD. For a comparison, the baseline unibody MacBook costs $1,299, so it’s pretty pricey.

The 256GB SSD option is available for both MacBook models as well as the 15-inch MacBook Pros. This option is not available on the plastic/white MacBook.

Prior to this week, if you were buying through Apple, a 256GB SSD was only available on the 17-inch MacBook PRos.

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