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OWC Announces Memory Upgrades Up To 16GB For New Mid 2010 Apple iMac Models

OWC Memory Upgrades offer more options & savings of up to 50% vs. factory-installed upgrades
and come backed by full Lifetime Warranty & Money Back Guarantee

July 28, 2010, Woodstock, IL -- Other World Computing (OWC®) http://www.macsales.com, a leading zero emissions Mac® and PC technology company, announced today the immediate availability of OWC PC3-10600 DDR3 1333MHz Memory Upgrade Kits up to 16GB for the new Mid 2010 iMac models introduced by Apple yesterday. OWC Memory Upgrade Kits offer all 2010 iMac owners the advantages of upgrade options not available from the factory, savings up to 50% compared to same size factory installed options, and quality assurance from a Lifetime Advance Replacement Warranty and Money Back Guarantee.

OWC Memory Upgrade Kits up to 16GB for the new iMac 21.5" 3.06GHz, 3.20GHz, and 3.6GHz i3; iMac 27" 3.20GHz i3, 3.6GHz i5 (Dual-Core), iMac 27" 2.8GHz i5, 2.93GHz i7 (Quad-Core) models:

OWC 4GB DDR3 Memory Kit (2 x 2GB matched memory modules) - $117.99
Add to factory installed 4GB RAM for 8GB total RAM, upgrade not offered as a factory option.
OWC 8GB DDR3 Memory Kit (2 x 4GB matched memory modules) - $279.99
Add to factory installed 4GB RAM for 12GB total RAM, upgrade not offered as a factory option.
Compared to $400 factory 8GB (2 x 4GB) upgrade, OWC 8GB upgrade delivers 50% more RAM for 30% lower cost
OWC 16GB DDR3 Memory Kit (4 x 4GB matched memory modules) - $549.99
45% lower cost than factory 16GB option, save an additional 5% with factory module trade in rebate
For more information on or to purchase OWC Memory Upgrades of up to 16GB for all iMac models, including the latest 2010 models, visit: http://eshop.macsales.com/shop/apple/memory/iMac

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