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Is it possible to upgrade MacBook Air hard drive beyond 120GB?

Re "Installing MacBook Air Hard Drive Replacement"-->"you can upgrade to a higher capacity drive for more storage space." -- this must be referring only to going from 80 GB to 120 GB (which, however, is what I already have)?

Or, if there is a larger-than-120GB HD available for the (Solid State, "128 GB") MacBook Air, I'd love to find out about it.

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The largest thing I could find in the 1.8" drives is a Toshiba 250 GB:

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Unless I'm missing something, this hard drive won't work in this computer. The Macbook Air's use a ZIF connector for the hard drives, not SATA.


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