Macbook hdd caddy

The MacBook hdd caddy is to enlarge the hard drive disk of your MacBook. The original/the first generation 15-inch MacBook pro was introduced on 10 January 2006 by Steve Jobs. A couple months later the 17-inch MacBook were introduced on 24 April 2006. They had a better hard disk drive (until 250 GB) The second generation were introduced on 14 October 2008 and the third generation of the MacBook were introduced on June 2012, alone the 15-inch were changed a lot.  On 26 February 2008 required apple laptops with a better specification, the 17-inchmodel had a different screen than others a better one. With a MacBook hdd caddy was the laptop ready for the future according to apple. The MacBook and the iMac were the first computers by Apple that came with an Intel-processor.

The Caddy for a macbook

A MacBook hdd caddy is a data storage it is used for storing and retrieving digital information using one or hard disk drive. The hard disk drive is now 61 years old, so he is development on 24 December 1964. He is invented by IBM team led by Rey Johnson. The capacity of a hard drive disk caddy can be 1000 gigabytes (GB; where 1 gigabyte= 1 billion bytes). In 1962 they introduced a new hard disk drive the model 1311 disk drive, he has a size of a washing machine. In 1973 the IBM introduced a new type of hard disk drive his codename was Winchester. The first removable Winchester drive used platters 14 inches in diameter (360 mm). a couple years later they would introduce a new hard drive disk that will be physically smaller platers might offer advantages. In the 80s hard drive disks were a rare and very expensive additional feature in the PC’s but in the later 80s their cost had been reduced to the point where they were standard on all butt the cheapest computers. To use a MacBook hard drive disk caddy is easily you only must replace the DVD-player for the hard drive disk. And now you have more place on your hard drive disk. The modern drives have a small size of the magnetic regions. If you have a MacBook hdd caddy then you don’t have to carry a USB stick all the time. So if you need more storage for your MacBook than buy a Macbook hdd caddy for more storage.

Macbook hdd caddy