TarDisk Pear Internal Storage Disk for MacBook: No More Storage Crunch

If you are facing storage crunch on your MacBook, TarDisk presents a nice solution - Pear. Install this external small hard disk and enhance the storage on your MacBook.

Apple always inspires its users to use cloud space to store data. If you are well-versed with Apple’s eco-system, you must know that iCloud space is limited to 5 GB; if you want more space, you need to buy space on iCloud. All the basic models in communication and computer range from Apple start with 16GB and 128GB; given the usage of iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks, it is quite limited space any user would appreciate.

This has created a need for more space; Apple has devised its products in such a manner that memory cannot be expanded with an internal card. Moreover, you can’t open your MacBook and fit an SSD into it. If you want to add another 250GB or more to your MacBook, you will have to shell out at last $250 more.

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TarDisk Pear for MacBook

TarDisk Pear Internal Storage Disk for MacBook

Thankfully, there is TarDisk Pear by TarDisk.com, which enhances the storage space on your MacBook in a jiffy. The product is available in two variants – 128GB and 256GB. You can insert the TarDisk Pear into your MacBook Air, MacBook Pro (CD), and MacBook Pro (Retina) in 11″ and 13″ size.

Before you install TarDisk Pear…

Installing TarDisk Pear is a lengthy process; it might take from 40 to 50 minutes of yours with many clicks and a few restarts of your MacBook. First off, make sure that you have 8GB of empty space on your system and a MacBook with an SD port. Once you start the process, you will be asked to switch off encryption on your internal drive by turning off FileVault and to enable Core Storage.

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A backup of your data is recommended before you complete the installation procedure. To begin, just insert TarDisk Pear in MacBook’s SD card slot; installation instruction will pop up automatically to guide you through entire installation process. Within a few easy steps, you will be able to install Pear successfully; please note that formatting will happen in the backend.

Usage of TarDisk Pear

TarDisk Pear Storage for MacBook

It is quite effortless. Forget that there is any such external device you have installed on your MacBook; TarDisk Pear easily merges with your internal drive. It looks like you have upgraded your existing drive on MacBook.

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TarDisk Pear is an amazing solution for storage crunch on your MacBook. However, considering the difference between 128GB and 256GB variants, people would likely to choose the first option as 128GB Pear is available at $149 and 256GB Pear costs $399. TarDisk should work upon the prices of the product if they want to accelerate the sales.

Price: $128, $399
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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.
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