• Transcend 256GB JetDrive Lite 130 Storage Expansion Card for 13-Inch MacBook Air (TS256GJDL130)
Transcend 256GB JetDrive Lite 130 Storage Expansion Card for 13-Inch MacBook Air (TS256GJDL130)

Transcend 256GB JetDrive Lite 130 Storage Expansion Card for 13-Inch MacBook Air (TS256GJDL130)

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  • 256GB (MLC)
  • Storage Expansion Card for MacBook
  • Max Read: 95MB/s, Max Write: 60MB/s
  • For MacBook Air 13" (Late 2010 - Early 2015)
  • Compatibility with Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan is currently under verification
  • New Update JetDrive Toolbox (v1.14.3).Width:25 mm

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Great storage option, plus some usage tips This was an easy storage upgrade for my 2014 MacBook Air so I love it. Couple things to note1) I love how flush the card is when inserted2) Don't forget to format your card (not sure why they this isn't done) when you purchase it. Command + spacebar and type "disk utility". Then click on the card, select erase, and select the OS X Extended (Journaled) option3) Download the JetDrive Toolbox from Transcend. [...], click on support > support & download. Then click on "Apple Solutions" and work your way down (like Jet Drive lite on the left for my macbook air)4) Once that is installed, for my MacBook air, click on the JetDrive Lite tab at the top, and make sure under "Power Save" you have it clicked to On.At first, it was strange because I assumed the Transcend drive would be seen like my normal hard drive, but if you are waking from sleep there is a slight delay before the drive appears on the desktop. Speaking of that, if you wake from sleep and don't log on right away (say wait 3 minutes before logging on) you won't see the drive. For it to mount you need to promptly log-in at the screen 5Great idea, be sure to reformat the disk for Mac This is an excellent idea and I was very happy for the opportunity to expand my Macbook Air 13"'s memory inexpensively. I've always had a good experience with transcend memory in the past. The "drive" sits in the expansion slot completely unobtrusively and is no hassle at all to use. I've had it for about a week, and the only surprises were (1) the transfer speed, when transferring a large number of files and photos (50 gig or so of documents) was very slow, and (2) after my computer ran out of power and went to sleep yesterday the drive was unmountable and, according to disk utility, needed to be reformatted. Running disk utility a second time, however, allowed me to repair it. So just make sure you have a backup! One last thing - reformat the Drive for Mac when you get it. I left it as ExFAT and due to this the files take up much more room on the JetDrive than on my hard disk; 40 gig of files ended up taking 70 gig of space on the JetDrive. 3Drive must be physically reinserted after sleep? I love this idea, and ordered one as soon as I heard about it.Speeds are slower than promised on my mid-2012 MacBook Air, with both read and write speeds averaging around 30 on the Black Magic disk speed test.But -- most surprising -- when the Mac sleeps, the JetDrive Lite unmounts. When my Mac wakes up, there's an error message ("The volume was not properly ejected"), and the drive has to be *physically removed and reinserted* to mount the drive again.This is, at best, inelegant, and at least, impractical. It's certainly a disappointment. If you're thinking this will be a "pop it in the SD slot and have what amounts to another disk drive" solution, think again. 3Easy upgrade, also fast enough to host & run PC virtual machines (detail below) I purchased the Transcend JetDrive Lite 130 128GB Storage after running across it while searching for 128GB flash drives. Wow, what a fantastic find!!The Transcend JetDrive Lite 130 is an inexpensive way of increasing your storage, and is a great concept. I just bought a new 2014 MacBook Air with a 120GB internal hard drive thinking that this would fulfill my laptop storage needs. However after uploading all of my digital photos to my new computer, I soon realized that I didn t have much storage left on my hard drive. I tried inserting a SD card in the side of my MacBook Air, however it stuck out to far. I also tried a mini USB flash drive, which also stuck out more than I liked. Additionally, I don t think they make a USB mini flash drive any larger then 64GB, if they do I couldn t find one.The Transcend JetDrive Lite 130 128GB Storage was the perfect solution as well as the least inexpensive option per gigabyte. The JetDrive allowed me to double my storage space, and it sits completely flush, leaving no chance of being caught on something and being broken off.The read write access times of the JetDrive are pretty good, with 95 MB per second read and 60 MB per second write. These read write speeds are actually fast enough to run virtual machines directly from the Transcend JetDrive. I have a 32 GB Windows 7 virtual machine and a 16 GB Linux virtual machine running directly off of the JetDrive. If I were to store both of these virtual machines on the native internal hard drive it would need to take 40% of the 120GB internal hard drive which I would not be able to do without removing all of my digital photos. Placing my virtual machines on the JetDrive was a great option.You can also use the Mac operating system to encrypt the data on the JetDrive just like you would the internal drive. The JetDrive is more reliable and sophisticated than a standard SD card or USB flash drive because of the Built-In Error Correction Code (ECC) . The Transcend JetDrive mounts and dismounts automatically when you turn on or off your MacBook.I have used Transcend storage products in the past and have always been satisfied in the value and quality. For anyone who wants to add another 128GB to their MacBook, the Transcend JetDrive products are an incredibly great buy.If you feel my review was useful, please click the "Yes" button below. Thanks! 5NOT plug and play... Plugged this into the 2012 macbook air, and noticed I could not drag or drop any files into the storage unit. Upon opening the tab and looking at the "info" page, it is set to "read only". Attempted to reformat from ExFAT to another format, and I experience repeated failed attempts. After spending two hours online on various mac forums, youtube, and so forth, i COULD NOT get this thing to go from "read only" to "read and write", which would allow me to use this as an storage unit. Contacted amazon's tech assist chat who could not get this to work and simply offered me a full refund for a return. I want this to work so bad, and I want to like it. The profile is slim, and the idea is fantastic. Perhaps I received a faulty unit. But several reviews have had this issue, and this is heart breaking because this could have been so great. I am still committed to trying to figure this out, but I may have to return the unit. So this gets 1/5 stars, and if I could give it a zero I would. If I manage to get this to work, I will update.UPDATE: So after I wrote this review, I started once again and attemped to get this thing to work. I'm not sure what I did differently than before, but for what its worth I recently added Windows X via bootcamp to my mac. After unmounting (essentially, ejecting) the transcend storage unit via Disk Utilities and removed it from the laptop. Then I unmounted bootcamp, and restarted my mac. After it booted up, I plugged in the Transcend storage unit into the slot, opened disk utilities, and ran "first aid", which proceeded without hiccup. Then I used the "erase" function, and it worked! Now I can store files, drag and drop between the Transcend and mac harddrive.Ultimately, I ran into issues. Some people also had the same issues, and I wonder if it was because of bootcamp and running Windows X. But I am glad to see that it worked out. Amazong Tech support was not very helpful, but thankfully Google, apple forums, and youtube were. I hope no one has this issue when buying this device, but at the same time if I can do it, maybe you can too. I am certainly not a techie, but I know how to google the right questions, and follow directions. Bumped up from 1 to 4 stars. 4I so badly wanted to like this product - it makes clever use of the ... I so badly wanted to like this product - it makes clever use of the SD slot and provides an inexpensive and elegant solution to the adding memory to a Mac.The Transcend drive arrived within a couple of days, and was nicely packaged. It fit snugly into my Macbook Air SD slot. I left it there and came back about a month later when I needed to back up photos. The process took a long time - the transfer rate was so slow that I had to spread it out over 3 days. Second, after a while, the transfer to photos would fail EVERY SINGLE TIME, so I had to restart the import every 20-30 minutes. Perhaps it couldn't handle the heat? Despite this, with patience I managed to transfer about 6000 photos and videos. Then when I tried to remove the drive for safekeeping I ran into the next problem. I ejected it from my Finder, then carefully worked it loose. When I put the drive back into my Mac's SD slot the next day to add more photos, the drive was not recognized. I found the Transcend install zip file in my Trash, which I tried to reinstall. Eventually the drive became visible in the Finder but it had NO PHOTOS. My entire Photos library was gone! It was as though it was a new drive.I quickly decided I could not trust this drive with my valuable photos. Then I realized it was just past the 30 days return window of course. Fortunately Amazon support were kind enough to say they would take the product back and refund my money. I am really disappointed this didn't work out, but at least I caught it in time - I still have the photos on my iPhone and can back up again, this time to a USB hard drive. Imagine if didn't catch it, and realized a few months from now that my entire photo collection from 2015-16 was gone. The other important lesson for anyone reading this is, do make backups on MULTIPLE devices. That was if you lose one, you will have others to recover from. 1An encrypted Win 7 Pro VM on VMWare Fusion 7 moves pretty quick. Probably couldn't run any games or anything ... I got this JetDrive card hoping I could launch Windows 7 from it, thereby preserving the internal drive space of my Mac Air with a 128 SSD. It works! An encrypted Win 7 Pro VM on VMWare Fusion 7 moves pretty quick. Probably couldn't run any games or anything super intensive on it, but looks to be fine for general use.Here's a photo that shows how flush it sits in the slot compared to a small logitech receiver next to it.Very pleased. I'll update this review later if anything changes. 5this is a great product that every single macbook user should buy To answer most of your questions, this is a great product that every single macbook user should buy, regardless of how much internal storage you have.This review is all based on personal experience with the product.1. It actually has a little bit more than 128gb on the card free.2. It does not unmount when the computer is put to sleep, even in the middle of a download.3. It does not unmount when restarted.4. It is barely noticeable in the SD card slot and just feels like theres something covering the SD card slot.I have a 2013 macbook air 13.3". I have been able to use it for my Time Machine back-ups, and planning to install a windows virtualization machine, either bootcamp or parallels on it.Although the computer recognizes the drive the moment it is inserted, it does need to be formatted to a mac os only format to take full advantage of it. It is formatted the same way you would format your SSD. MAC OS (journal extended). 5"Disk not ejected properly" warning on Mac. No solution works. Not suitable for Mac unless you run Bootcamp. Horrible. I am constantly getting the "disk not ejected properly" warning. I'm on a Mac 2013 running OS 10.9.5 I've turned off the HD sleep option in the energy saver for both power and battery optons. I've installed the JDL software and rebooted. No help. It recurringly gives me this warning. I get it when I plug or unplug something else from my USB drive. I get it when the computer goes to sleep and wakes up or if I close the top. My laptop is plugged in and fully charged so its not a power issue. Maybe it s a time machine conflict. I can't imagine my data is safe and most likely will return this item.Final UPDATE Feb 29Mfr end up trying to help but just wasted more of my time. They told me the drive was behaving very abnormally and to exchange it. I exchange it and problem was the same. I googled and find other people with the same problem (intermittent auto-eject with USB). One blogger from 2014 said they would inform Transcend so I think it is wrong for Transcend to not warn customers let alone tell them that this behavior is very abnormal. I also found some speculation that the problem was due to insufficient power supplied to USB/SSD to power the SSD along with add'l USB usage. Not sure if that is the problem or it is just in the OS as another post mentioned they had no problems when running bootcamp/windows only on OSX. I've concluded that if you need to use your USB ports then SSD is not a stable solution for the Mac, which is a pity since it is such an elegant solution. My guess is it is a problem with the OS. In any case, I returned mine and am sticking with flash drives.UPDATE Feb 8, 2016The problems persists when I plug in a USB drive OR my iphone. For example, the instant I plug in my iphone I get a message "Disk Not Ejected Properly" for JDL. This is shocking. I think it is unprofessional for a company to sell these drives to Mac users if they have this problem with the iPhone, not to mention the problem with sleep mode and USB drives. Wish I knew this before, there is no way I would buy this. Its not an issue of the inconvenience - the real problem is ejecting a drive like this constantly is bad for the drive's integrity. I am waiting to hear back from the Mfr to see if they have a fix for this. If not I will conclude the product does not work for OSX.At this point, it appears to be a wonderfully elegant solution that goes over like a lead balloon. I truly hope there is a fix and will update when I make my conclusion. 1Perfect! This is exactly what I need Perfect! This is exactly what I need. I just bought an Apple Macbook Air (latest model) 128GB. I really don't want to spend more money on this machine given that Apple hasn't updated the Macbook Air lineup for a while. 128GB should be enough for basic laptop computing like saving documents and pictures. However, overtime, you will be needing more storage depending on how much data you save in your laptop. This Transcend Jetdrive is perfect for those who want to expand the capacity of their laptop for a good price. Apple sells the 256GB capacity Macbook Air for $199 more! This is great for those people who is trying to save some money!This Transcend Jetdrive fits perfectly in the SDXC card slot on the side of the laptop. It will stick out a little bit so you can pry it open whenever you need to remove the drive. However, I was expecting that you can just press the end of it and the drive will just spring out of the card slot. You will have to manually remove it using your fingers and having long finger nails will help you in the process. You can just leave this inside the slot and you will never notice that it is inside the laptop. I don't see anything wrong about the power consumption while it is plug-in and this drive seems to work perfectly whenever you turn off/on/sleep the laptop.Overall, this is a great product and it is highly recommended! 5
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Great storage option, plus some usage tips This was an easy storage upgrade for my 2014 MacBook Air so I love it. Couple things to note1) I love how flush the card is when inserted2) Don't forget to format your card (not sure why they this isn't done) when you purchase it. Command + spacebar and type "disk utility". Then click on the card, select erase, and select the OS X Extended (Journaled) option3) Download the JetDrive Toolbox from Transcend. [...], click on support > support & download. Then click on "Apple Solutions" and work your way down (like Jet Drive lite on the left for my macbook air)4) Once that is installed, for my MacBook air, click on the JetDrive Lite tab at the top, and make sure under "Power Save" you have it clicked to On.At first, it was strange because I assumed the Transcend drive would be seen like my normal hard drive, but if you are waking from sleep there is a slight delay before the drive appears on the desktop. Speaking of that, if you wake from sleep and don't log on right away (say wait 3 minutes before logging on) you won't see the drive. For it to mount you need to promptly log-in at the screen 5Great idea, be sure to reformat the disk for Mac This is an excellent idea and I was very happy for the opportunity to expand my Macbook Air 13"'s memory inexpensively. I've always had a good experience with transcend memory in the past. The "drive" sits in the expansion slot completely unobtrusively and is no hassle at all to use. I've had it for about a week, and the only surprises were (1) the transfer speed, when transferring a large number of files and photos (50 gig or so of documents) was very slow, and (2) after my computer ran out of power and went to sleep yesterday the drive was unmountable and, according to disk utility, needed to be reformatted. Running disk utility a second time, however, allowed me to repair it. So just make sure you have a backup! One last thing - reformat the Drive for Mac when you get it. I left it as ExFAT and due to this the files take up much more room on the JetDrive than on my hard disk; 40 gig of files ended up taking 70 gig of space on the JetDrive. 3Drive must be physically reinserted after sleep? I love this idea, and ordered one as soon as I heard about it.Speeds are slower than promised on my mid-2012 MacBook Air, with both read and write speeds averaging around 30 on the Black Magic disk speed test.But -- most surprising -- when the Mac sleeps, the JetDrive Lite unmounts. When my Mac wakes up, there's an error message ("The volume was not properly ejected"), and the drive has to be *physically removed and reinserted* to mount the drive again.This is, at best, inelegant, and at least, impractical. It's certainly a disappointment. If you're thinking this will be a "pop it in the SD slot and have what amounts to another disk drive" solution, think again. 3Easy upgrade, also fast enough to host & run PC virtual machines (detail below) I purchased the Transcend JetDrive Lite 130 128GB Storage after running across it while searching for 128GB flash drives. Wow, what a fantastic find!!The Transcend JetDrive Lite 130 is an inexpensive way of increasing your storage, and is a great concept. I just bought a new 2014 MacBook Air with a 120GB internal hard drive thinking that this would fulfill my laptop storage needs. However after uploading all of my digital photos to my new computer, I soon realized that I didn t have much storage left on my hard drive. I tried inserting a SD card in the side of my MacBook Air, however it stuck out to far. I also tried a mini USB flash drive, which also stuck out more than I liked. Additionally, I don t think they make a USB mini flash drive any larger then 64GB, if they do I couldn t find one.The Transcend JetDrive Lite 130 128GB Storage was the perfect solution as well as the least inexpensive option per gigabyte. The JetDrive allowed me to double my storage space, and it sits completely flush, leaving no chance of being caught on something and being broken off.The read write access times of the JetDrive are pretty good, with 95 MB per second read and 60 MB per second write. These read write speeds are actually fast enough to run virtual machines directly from the Transcend JetDrive. I have a 32 GB Windows 7 virtual machine and a 16 GB Linux virtual machine running directly off of the JetDrive. If I were to store both of these virtual machines on the native internal hard drive it would need to take 40% of the 120GB internal hard drive which I would not be able to do without removing all of my digital photos. Placing my virtual machines on the JetDrive was a great option.You can also use the Mac operating system to encrypt the data on the JetDrive just like you would the internal drive. The JetDrive is more reliable and sophisticated than a standard SD card or USB flash drive because of the Built-In Error Correction Code (ECC) . The Transcend JetDrive mounts and dismounts automatically when you turn on or off your MacBook.I have used Transcend storage products in the past and have always been satisfied in the value and quality. For anyone who wants to add another 128GB to their MacBook, the Transcend JetDrive products are an incredibly great buy.If you feel my review was useful, please click the "Yes" button below. Thanks! 5NOT plug and play... Plugged this into the 2012 macbook air, and noticed I could not drag or drop any files into the storage unit. Upon opening the tab and looking at the "info" page, it is set to "read only". Attempted to reformat from ExFAT to another format, and I experience repeated failed attempts. After spending two hours online on various mac forums, youtube, and so forth, i COULD NOT get this thing to go from "read only" to "read and write", which would allow me to use this as an storage unit. Contacted amazon's tech assist chat who could not get this to work and simply offered me a full refund for a return. I want this to work so bad, and I want to like it. The profile is slim, and the idea is fantastic. Perhaps I received a faulty unit. But several reviews have had this issue, and this is heart breaking because this could have been so great. I am still committed to trying to figure this out, but I may have to return the unit. So this gets 1/5 stars, and if I could give it a zero I would. If I manage to get this to work, I will update.UPDATE: So after I wrote this review, I started once again and attemped to get this thing to work. I'm not sure what I did differently than before, but for what its worth I recently added Windows X via bootcamp to my mac. After unmounting (essentially, ejecting) the transcend storage unit via Disk Utilities and removed it from the laptop. Then I unmounted bootcamp, and restarted my mac. After it booted up, I plugged in the Transcend storage unit into the slot, opened disk utilities, and ran "first aid", which proceeded without hiccup. Then I used the "erase" function, and it worked! Now I can store files, drag and drop between the Transcend and mac harddrive.Ultimately, I ran into issues. Some people also had the same issues, and I wonder if it was because of bootcamp and running Windows X. But I am glad to see that it worked out. Amazong Tech support was not very helpful, but thankfully Google, apple forums, and youtube were. I hope no one has this issue when buying this device, but at the same time if I can do it, maybe you can too. I am certainly not a techie, but I know how to google the right questions, and follow directions. Bumped up from 1 to 4 stars. 4I so badly wanted to like this product - it makes clever use of the ... I so badly wanted to like this product - it makes clever use of the SD slot and provides an inexpensive and elegant solution to the adding memory to a Mac.The Transcend drive arrived within a couple of days, and was nicely packaged. It fit snugly into my Macbook Air SD slot. I left it there and came back about a month later when I needed to back up photos. The process took a long time - the transfer rate was so slow that I had to spread it out over 3 days. Second, after a while, the transfer to photos would fail EVERY SINGLE TIME, so I had to restart the import every 20-30 minutes. Perhaps it couldn't handle the heat? Despite this, with patience I managed to transfer about 6000 photos and videos. Then when I tried to remove the drive for safekeeping I ran into the next problem. I ejected it from my Finder, then carefully worked it loose. When I put the drive back into my Mac's SD slot the next day to add more photos, the drive was not recognized. I found the Transcend install zip file in my Trash, which I tried to reinstall. Eventually the drive became visible in the Finder but it had NO PHOTOS. My entire Photos library was gone! It was as though it was a new drive.I quickly decided I could not trust this drive with my valuable photos. Then I realized it was just past the 30 days return window of course. Fortunately Amazon support were kind enough to say they would take the product back and refund my money. I am really disappointed this didn't work out, but at least I caught it in time - I still have the photos on my iPhone and can back up again, this time to a USB hard drive. Imagine if didn't catch it, and realized a few months from now that my entire photo collection from 2015-16 was gone. The other important lesson for anyone reading this is, do make backups on MULTIPLE devices. That was if you lose one, you will have others to recover from. 1An encrypted Win 7 Pro VM on VMWare Fusion 7 moves pretty quick. Probably couldn't run any games or anything ... I got this JetDrive card hoping I could launch Windows 7 from it, thereby preserving the internal drive space of my Mac Air with a 128 SSD. It works! An encrypted Win 7 Pro VM on VMWare Fusion 7 moves pretty quick. Probably couldn't run any games or anything super intensive on it, but looks to be fine for general use.Here's a photo that shows how flush it sits in the slot compared to a small logitech receiver next to it.Very pleased. I'll update this review later if anything changes. 5this is a great product that every single macbook user should buy To answer most of your questions, this is a great product that every single macbook user should buy, regardless of how much internal storage you have.This review is all based on personal experience with the product.1. It actually has a little bit more than 128gb on the card free.2. It does not unmount when the computer is put to sleep, even in the middle of a download.3. It does not unmount when restarted.4. It is barely noticeable in the SD card slot and just feels like theres something covering the SD card slot.I have a 2013 macbook air 13.3". I have been able to use it for my Time Machine back-ups, and planning to install a windows virtualization machine, either bootcamp or parallels on it.Although the computer recognizes the drive the moment it is inserted, it does need to be formatted to a mac os only format to take full advantage of it. It is formatted the same way you would format your SSD. MAC OS (journal extended). 5"Disk not ejected properly" warning on Mac. No solution works. Not suitable for Mac unless you run Bootcamp. Horrible. I am constantly getting the "disk not ejected properly" warning. I'm on a Mac 2013 running OS 10.9.5 I've turned off the HD sleep option in the energy saver for both power and battery optons. I've installed the JDL software and rebooted. No help. It recurringly gives me this warning. I get it when I plug or unplug something else from my USB drive. I get it when the computer goes to sleep and wakes up or if I close the top. My laptop is plugged in and fully charged so its not a power issue. Maybe it s a time machine conflict. I can't imagine my data is safe and most likely will return this item.Final UPDATE Feb 29Mfr end up trying to help but just wasted more of my time. They told me the drive was behaving very abnormally and to exchange it. I exchange it and problem was the same. I googled and find other people with the same problem (intermittent auto-eject with USB). One blogger from 2014 said they would inform Transcend so I think it is wrong for Transcend to not warn customers let alone tell them that this behavior is very abnormal. I also found some speculation that the problem was due to insufficient power supplied to USB/SSD to power the SSD along with add'l USB usage. Not sure if that is the problem or it is just in the OS as another post mentioned they had no problems when running bootcamp/windows only on OSX. I've concluded that if you need to use your USB ports then SSD is not a stable solution for the Mac, which is a pity since it is such an elegant solution. My guess is it is a problem with the OS. In any case, I returned mine and am sticking with flash drives.UPDATE Feb 8, 2016The problems persists when I plug in a USB drive OR my iphone. For example, the instant I plug in my iphone I get a message "Disk Not Ejected Properly" for JDL. This is shocking. I think it is unprofessional for a company to sell these drives to Mac users if they have this problem with the iPhone, not to mention the problem with sleep mode and USB drives. Wish I knew this before, there is no way I would buy this. Its not an issue of the inconvenience - the real problem is ejecting a drive like this constantly is bad for the drive's integrity. I am waiting to hear back from the Mfr to see if they have a fix for this. If not I will conclude the product does not work for OSX.At this point, it appears to be a wonderfully elegant solution that goes over like a lead balloon. I truly hope there is a fix and will update when I make my conclusion. 1Perfect! This is exactly what I need Perfect! This is exactly what I need. I just bought an Apple Macbook Air (latest model) 128GB. I really don't want to spend more money on this machine given that Apple hasn't updated the Macbook Air lineup for a while. 128GB should be enough for basic laptop computing like saving documents and pictures. However, overtime, you will be needing more storage depending on how much data you save in your laptop. This Transcend Jetdrive is perfect for those who want to expand the capacity of their laptop for a good price. Apple sells the 256GB capacity Macbook Air for $199 more! This is great for those people who is trying to save some money!This Transcend Jetdrive fits perfectly in the SDXC card slot on the side of the laptop. It will stick out a little bit so you can pry it open whenever you need to remove the drive. However, I was expecting that you can just press the end of it and the drive will just spring out of the card slot. You will have to manually remove it using your fingers and having long finger nails will help you in the process. You can just leave this inside the slot and you will never notice that it is inside the laptop. I don't see anything wrong about the power consumption while it is plug-in and this drive seems to work perfectly whenever you turn off/on/sleep the laptop.Overall, this is a great product and it is highly recommended! 5
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