This recent announcement snuck up on MPG, but it’s significant for those who like to carry much of their “world” with them.
Too small an SSD inside your 2012/2013 MacBook Pro and/or MacBook Air 2008-2012?
Install the existing SSD into a compact Envoy Pro case, replacing it with a 1TB internal SSD (or 480GB or 240GB).
For example, a 1TB upgrade for the 2012/2013 MBP is $549 or $599 with tools and the Envoy Pro external case (for the prior SSD).
The MPG 2013 MacBook Pro Retina still does a great job*, so it’s nice to know that an internal SSD option is available. The CPU is amply fast for most all workflows.
* The 2014 MacBook Pro Retina has no material speed advantage over the 2013 model, no reason to upgrade on that account.