Now that Apple has settled into an annual June date for the WWDC, there’s been a Pavlovian response with the expectation of a refresh for the company’s hardware and software lineups.
But you don’t have to wait on Tim Cook and Co. to refresh your current hardware. With this month’s OWC Garage Sale, you can get great deals to upgrade or even add to your computer without breaking the bank!
Check out just some of what’s in store so you can breath new life into your machine:
You can also check out our Garage Sale page for many more great deals!
As always, items are “first come, first served” and of varying limited quantities, so you’ll want to act quickly. Quantities are limited to that which is on hand and items automatically count down and ‘disappear’ as sold out. Sorry… no rain checks.
Want to get an early heads up on Garage Sale deals?
Just subscribe to our Tips & Deals Newsletter and Hot Deals blasts and you’ll get the “inside scoop” on upcoming Garage Sale deals. They’re free to join and, unlike some other places, we don’t sell our subscriber lists to anybody.
It’s finally Spring. The birds are chirping. The sun is shining. And the rebates are in full bloom.
That’s right, we’ve got a brand new rebate to announce – The OWC Spring Battery Bundle Special!
Get $10 off any Newer Technology NuPower Battery when you upgrade the memory in the same laptop as well.
So now you can not only make your MacBook Pro, MacBook, PowerBook, or iBook run longer by replacing the original battery (or adding a spare), but run faster while accessing more applications at once by increasing the memory. And all while keeping a little “green” in your pocket. Yup, Spring has sprung. Rebate expires June 30th, so act fast.
Visit our Rebate Center to see all our currently available manufacturer rebates.
Macs are constantly evolving. They’re becoming faster, more powerful and as found in the MacBook Pro with Retina display and new iMac, they’re becoming significantly thinner.
While saving space and looking great, this evolution also has drawbacks. With ultra-thin designs, something must fall by the wayside. And in new iMacs, rMBPs, MacBook Airs and Mac minis, one important part is left out — an optical drive.
New, thinner Macs aren’t the only machines that suffer from a lack of an optical drive. In older Macs, the drive can simply wear out over time. Naturally, Other World Computing makes it easy to replace a failed drive or add one as an external! Article Continues…
Tax season. It’s the dreaded inevitability we face every spring. And we all know what kind of stress that can come along with it. Missed deadlines, forgetting to deduct your generous charitable contributions, careless math … there’s so much that can go wrong when navigating this minefield.
While we here at Other World Computing can’t help you beat procrastination and meet that ever-nearing April 15 deadline, we can help you hit the right digits when you file. Mathematical mistakes are common when doing taxes and they can actually end up costing you money. Needless to say, it’s important to enter the correct numbers when filing, and this small investment can help you do just that.
The Cropmark LMP Bluetooth Keypad is the perfect addition to any Apple wireless keyboard and makes punching the right numbers a breeze when you file. It also pairs well with your MacBook or any other Bluetooth capable Macintosh.
The key to the Cropmark keypad that makes it so great lies in its ability to physically connect to the Apple wireless keyboard. And its durable plastic frame is designed to match your keyboard’s aluminum finish for a seamless look. The Cropmark keypad features 28 keys for convenient entering of figures, tables and calculations. Of course, it includes figures 0-9, operation keys, hot-keys, page up/down, arrow up/down, delete forward and an enter function key as well. And there’s no dongle or driver installation required, so it’s easy to use!
And OWC shipping will make sure you get it fast, so you can get started on your number-crunching and get the refund you deserve.
Wednesday, February 27th, 2013 | Author: OWC Larry
At Other World Computing, it’s our pleasure to provide you with regular tips, how-to’s, and insights so you can get the most from your technology.
Unfortunately, a misconception exists that upgrading is hard or can’t be done at all. We’re here to dispel those notions by explaining how you can add a second hard drive or SSD to a MacBook, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini.
With the exception of special configurations, Mac mini, MacBook, and MacBook Pro computers have shipped with a single hard drive for the past four years. Currently, you can replace the factory drive with a new, larger hard drive up to 1.0TB. Or, you can add SSD performance with capacities up to 960GB. By watching our acclaimed how-to videos you’ll have the confidence to “DIY” it. Article Continues…