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What type of connector is on the SSD for this device?

I need to know what type of connector the MacBook Pro 13" Retina (Mid 2012/Early 2013) SSD uses. I want to get an external USB tray for it so I can read the data off of it but I am not sure what type of adapter to get.

Thanks in advance,

Ryan

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You'll need something like an OWC Envoy. Check with OWC to make sure you get the correct one for your machine.

Standard Hard Drive: 128 GB, 256 GB SSD Int. HD Interface: Proprietary* (6 Gb/s)

Details: This custom processor configuration of the 13-Inch "Retina Display" MacBook Pro is most commonly equipped with either 128 GB (MD212LL/A) or 256 GB (MD213LL/A) of flash storage. The standard MD213LL/A configuration was discontinued on February 13, 2013, but it still was possible to custom configure the MD212LL/A with a 256 GB SSD as well as other options.

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Thank you Mayer! I will check with OWC.

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