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OWC Memory Upgrades for the 2010 iMacs

We’d like to inform you of 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, and savings up to 50% compared to same-size factory installed options.

OWC Memory Upgrades are fully tested and certified to meet, if not surpass, all Apple memory design and compatibility specifications and come backed by a Lifetime Replacement Warranty. Additional money savings versus factory options are available for customers who take advantage of OWC’s memory trade-in rebate program, which offers up to $50.00 cash back for Apple factory iMac memory modules. For more information on OWC’s rebate program, visit our rebate center

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:

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  • Well, in that case, what other things could you do while you had it in your hot little hands?

    (I’d have to make the apple store ship it to you, you’d do your “upgrade” bits and then send it on to me … I’m in North Carolina.)

    • We’re still working out the extent of the options and upgrades our turnkey service will offer. Keep an eye here on the OWC Blog – we’ll be letting you know as soon as we have a clearer picture.

  • At this point, I’d like to just buy the iMac 27″ from you with 16GB and the eSata port talked about in the next blog entry, all done at one time.

    • Unfortunately, we do not sell Macs, just the upgrades. However, we would probably be able to install the memory for you while performing the eSATA upgrade – sort of a “while we’re in here” sort of thing.