Other World Computing today introduced the OWC DIY Kit for 2010 27″ iMac models. The kit enables owners to add a high-performance SSD in addition to the existing factory hard drive. Fully supported with a step-by-step video, iMac users can add an OWC Mercury Electra 3G SSD up to 480GB in capacity – nearly double the optional factory SSD 256GB capacity — starting from $49.99 and enjoy near instantaneous booting and application launches along with an incredible boost to overall system and application performance thanks to data rates of up to 272MB/s. While OWC highly recommends its Mercury Electra 3G SSD for the Apple iMac, this kit is fully compatible with all 2.5″ Serial ATA SSDs.
Archive for May 31st, 2012
Yesterday the Apple Store was taken down for about 9 hours showing its rather familiar message: “We’ll be back. We are busy updating the Apple Store for you and will be back shortly.”
In the past, the Apple Store going down usually predicated the release of new machines and the start of a few hectic weeks in the OWC labs while we gather and test product compatibility, run benchmarks, and update our offerings based on Apple’s latest and greatest release.
Alas, while we were ready at the helm, Apple didn’t release any new computers when the Apple Store finally came back up. Sure, we saw that they added Article Continues…