Other World Computing (OWC) has announced that it is offering 4GB Memory Kits for the newly announced MacBook and MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo models.
"We're all about maximizing performance and impressively, we've found there can be better performance attained even between 2.0GB and 3.0GB memory configurations than getting a new system with a faster processor," said Larry O'Connor, president. "More memory makes a tremendous difference, as our real world testing illustrates, and going up to 4.0GB offers a noticeably significant benefit beyond just what a faster processor provides."
OWC's 4.0GB Memory Upgrade Kits are available immediately, priced at $96 ( 2GB modules). Additional savings are also available for customers who take advantage of OWC's trade-in program, which provides $20 cash back for the trade-in of two 1GB modules.
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