June 19th 2017
By Mike Flaminio
Other World Computing Monday announced support for memory upgrades to the latest 2017 21.5-inch iMac.
The upgrades are DDR4 memory modules and are offered in two kits. A 16 GB upgrade starts at $154.99 and a 32 GB kit starts at $319.99. For a few bucks more, kits are available with tools to assist in the install.
The kits are cheaper than Apple's built-to-order option, which is currently $200 to upgrade to 16 GB. Furthermore, Apple doesn't offer a 32 GB option.