March 2, 2009 in Services (E)
[prMac.com] Santa Clara, California - MacService has announced SSD upgrades for the MacBook and MacBook Pro. You can now upgrade the hard drive on your MacBook to a new 120GB or 250GB Solid State Drive (SSD) starting at $499. Unlike traditional hard drives, SSD drives have no moving parts. They provide faster boot times, quieter operation and increased app performance. These drives come with a mini-usb port that makes future external connectivity easy.
* 120GB SSD Upgrade - $499
* 250GB SSD Upgrade - $899
All prices include free roundtrip shipping, installation, data transfer and a laptop shipping container. Your old drive is returned to you to be used as a backup or secondary drive. These SDD drives are brand new and come with a lifetime warranty.
How the service works:
MacService sends a custom laptop shipping container to you. Once it arrives, simply pack your laptop and send it back using the prepaid UPS shipping label. Once your laptop is back at MacService, a certified technician installs the new SSD drive and transfers your data. A Service Advisor will keep you informed every step of the way. After the service is complete, your laptop is cleaned, tested and sent back to you along with your old drive. All services are completed within 24 hours of arrival.
Based out of Santa Clara, California, MacService delivers complete repair and upgrade services for Apple laptop computers, and the leading provider of mail-in repairs and upgrades. Since 2001 they have serviced over 30,000 laptops working with consumers, education facilities and businesses throughout the U.S., building a reputation for quality, one laptop at a time. With an average 24 hour turnaround time and free roundtrip shipping, MacService makes the service process fast and easy. No phone trees, no runaround, just awesome service. Copyright 2001-2009 MacService. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.