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Like many MacBook Pro users, I am considering buying the new retina display Pro. Since I have not dealt with the flash storage of the Air, I would like to learn more about the reliability of the flash storage from Air users. So, MacBook Air users, share your good/bad stories. Is the flash storage reliable enough that you would recommend it?
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Like many MacBook Pro users, I am considering buying the new retina display Pro. Since I have not dealt with the flash storage of the Air, I would like to learn more about the reliability of the flash storage from Air users. So, MacBook Air users, share your good/bad stories. Is the flash storage reliable enough that you would recommend it?
I have both the new MacBook Pro Retina and a 2011 MacBook Air with a 128GB Samsung SSD and these drives are among the best on the market for reliability and speed. Apple did not skimp on these drives.

-Danny
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I have a 256 GB SSD in my 2011 11" MBA and a 512 GB SSD in my 2012 13" MBA. I swear by the SSDs, they are incredibly fast and from what I have researched very reliable, much more so than HDDs.

They are pricey though.
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