The OWC YouTube channel, where you can find all our instructional videos, SSD shootouts, promotional pieces and other bits of video goodness, topped over one million views late Monday. Of course, that number doesn’t include views from our Tech Center or from iTunes. If you take those two into account as well, we’re probably already closing in on the two million mark.
Our Instructional Series shows you, step-by-step, how to install the most popular upgrades in most modern Macs. Also popular are our SSD shootouts where we show how much an OWC SSD can improve your computer’s performance. They’re just one way we try to make upgrading with OWC the best experience possible.
We’re not resting on our laurels, though. We’ve got more great content in the pipeline, including:
- in-depth looks at some of our products
- more shootouts showing performance gains from upgrading
- more of our highly-acclaimed Instructional Series of videos
- various other fun little tidbits from the OWC Video Staff
To get the latest, join the over 1000 subscribers to our YouTube channel and keep an eye here on the OWC Blog!
The OWC video team has been in high gear these last few weeks, kicking out several videos showing you how to upgrade your Macs and showing what those upgrades can do!
So pop on over to our Tech Center or our YouTube Channel to check out
We’ve got more exciting videos in the works, too, so stay tuned!
We’ve been busy here at OWC, churning out more of our highly-acclaimed instructional videos for you. This time around we have three videos for you, focusing on Apple’s most portable devices: iPads and the MacBook Air.
As usual, you can find these videos (and all of the other ones in our Instructional Series) in the OWC Tech Center and on our YouTube Channel. We’re also adding our back catalog for download via iTunes, so you may want to check it out there, too.
Stay tuned to get the latest updates and additions to our tech video library.
Things have been exciting here on the OWC video front. Not only do we have a bunch of videos that we’ve produced internally, but we also have some now rolling in from CES a couple weeks ago.
Let’s start with the latter. While we had a couple of interview videos to show you when we got back from CES, a couple more have come in since then:
We’ve been busy on the home front, too. Our Instructional Series of videos now includes instructions for installing the NewerTech NuVue Screen Protector for iPhone 4 as well as a new, cleaner look for the video page overall.
We’ve also got a few more exciting videos on the way, including installation videos for the OWC Mercury Aura Pro Express in a 2010 MacBook Air, the Mercury Aura Pro MBA in a 2008/2009 MacBook Air, and more speed shootouts.
Keep an eye here on the OWC Blog or on our YouTube Channel to get the latest updates.
Between the relative silence regarding new releases and yesterday’s announcement about our victory in the “Meet Me at CES 2011” video contest, you might think we’ve begun to steer away from our Instructional Series of videos.
Quite the contrary.
Now that we’ve got those “distractions” behind us we’re plowing through the backlog of videos we’ve shot and have yet to post.
As a result, we’ve got two videos for you this week, showing you how to add a second hard drive in a Late 2008 MacBook or a Mid-2009 13” MacBook Pro with the OWC Data Doubler.
As always, you can find them both in our Tech Center and on our YouTube Channel.
Keep an eye here for new releases as they come.