X

Send us a Topic or Tip

Have a suggestion for the blog? Perhaps a topic you'd like us to write about? If so, we'd love to hear from you! Fancy yourself a writer and have a tech tip, handy computer trick, or "how to" to share? Let us know what you'd like to contribute!

Thanks for reaching out!

Macworld | iWorld Expo Not Far Off

No, we’re not looking past the extravaganza that is CES (It’s just around the corner!). But it’s never too early to look forward to another exciting event.

The Macworld | iWorld expo has been set once again and will run from January 31 to Feburary 2 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. You can bet that the friendly faces of Other World Computing will be there in Booth 401, so if you plan on going, be sure to stop by! And as always, we will have plenty of new gear to show off and demo for those in attendance.

We have a limited number of FREE Expo Hall passes to give away. You can claim yours now and we’ll see you in San Francisco January 31 – February 2, 2013! Hurry, quantities are limited.

But we can’t tell you what we have up our sleeves just yet, so bookmark the OWC Blog and keep checking back for our Macworld announcements and updates on what we have in store!

OWC Newsfeed
the authorOWC Newsfeed
The OWC Newsfeed provides the latest OWC, MacSales.com, Rocket Yard, and industry news, information, and announcements for your reading pleasure and shareability!
Be Sociable, Share This Post!

Leave a Reply

Comment

Name

5 Comments

  • I’m hoping it is a new Thunderbolt drive with FW800 connections so i can use across my macs. If so i’ll buy it on the spot.

      • Hard to say. These days there’s not a whole lot of reason to treck all the way up to San Francisco for MacWorld.

        After the dot com bust, MacWorld became a shadow of itself. Most vendors pulled out and it was really sad to see booths selling travel luggange and DVDs.

        Then Apple stopped going.

        After that, the only reason to stop by was for OWC specials, but then you guys stopped selling at the booth.

        After that, I lost interest in MacWorld.