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Old Dec 8, 2012, 04:06 PM   #1
DHart
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Difficulty and economy of replacing SSD in the latest MB Air?

I'm considering buying a new MacBook Air. Does it make any economic sense to purchase the model with the 128GB SSD in it and then replace it on my own with a 512GB or 750GB SSD?

Would there be much economic savings by doing this?

Is the replacement process somewhat user-do-able or definitely a professional job?
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