Other World Computing (OWC) announced today the immediate availability of OWC PC-8500 DDR3 1066MHz Memory Upgrade Kits up to 8GB for the new Mid 2010 Mac mini ‘Unibody’ models introduced by Apple on Tuesday. OWC Memory Upgrade Kits offer all 2010 mini owners the advantages of an upgrade option not available from the factory, savings up to 41% compared to same size factory installed option, and quality assurance from a Lifetime Advance Replacement Warranty and Money Back Guarantee.
OWC Memory Upgrade Kits up to 8GB for the new Mid 2010 ‘Unibody’ mini 2.4GHz, 2.66 GHz, and 2.66 GHz mini Server models:
• OWC 4GB DDR3 Memory Module (1 x 4GB memory module) – $149.99
Replaces one factory installed memory module for 5GB or 6GB total RAM. Upgrade not available as a factory option.
• OWC 8GB DDR3 Memory Kit (2 x 4GB matched memory modules) – $295.99
Up to 41% lower cost than factory installed 8GB upgrade.
For more information on OWC Memory Upgrades for all Mac mini models, visit: http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/mac-mini/
Additional money savings are available with OWC’s memory trade-in rebate program, which offers cash back for Apple Factory Standard memory modules after a qualifying purchase. For more information on OWC’s rebate program, visit: http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/trade-in-rebate
The new base model Mac mini comes standard with a 320GB drive that can be factory upgraded to 500GB for an additional $100. To provide a better value than the factory upgrade, OWC offers ‘DIY’ upgrade kits of up to 640GB starting from $59.99. These kits include the drive, five-piece installation tool kit, and an external, bus-powered, pocket-sized enclosure for the continued use of the existing drive replaced during the upgrade process. Compared to the factory option, the $89.99 500GB OWC ‘Do-It-Yourself’ Kit not only costs $10 less to end up with the same 500GB internal capacity, but also provides a 320GB bus-powered external drive as well. For more information on all of the OWC ‘DIY’ Upgrade Kits, visit http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/hard-drives/2.5-Notebook/SATA/DIY
Source: Other World Computing
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