July 21, 2011
The New MacBook Airs Are Out But Can You get the Same Computing Power and Save $980 By Upgrading Your Existing Apple Memory?

As one of the highest profile technology firms in the world, it's no surprise that Apple has a habit of rolling out new machines on what seems like a monthly basis. If it's not iPads, it's iPhones, but now it's actually MacBook Airs. Two new models of Apple's answer to the laptop have just launched. The famously thin machines, once infamously light on useful full-time computing features such as built in CD ROMs and Ethernet. Now though, a new generation of the slimline machines have launched, begging the question, is it time to buy a new MacBook Air or, will upgrading your existing MacBook Pro, MacBook or Apple PowerBook machine give the same functionality for less cash?

Apple is calling the new MacBook Airs "The ultimate everyday notebook". Prices start from $999 but, is almost one thousand dollars a worthy investment?

According to the specs, the new MacBook Airs do boast a faster intel 5 processor, but battery life is the same as the predecesor, the weight is the same and then starting model comes with just 2GB of Apple memory and 64GB solid state storage. The main changes are quoted as being a back lit keyword, a thunderbolt port, the new processor and the Lion operating system upgrade - which can be added to older machines for $20.

Specialist computer memory supply store Data Memory Systems recommend that those on a budget can get the same memory prowess as a new machine by spending as little as $10. For those on a budget, upgrading existing Apple memory is a much cheaper way of speeding up a system and getting that snappy new computer feel than dropping $1000 on a new machine.

Justin Briere, Senior Account Manager at the New Hampshire firm said, A 1GB DDR2 memory upgrade for a MacBook pro is just $18 with a lifetime warranty. A MacBook Air base model has a maximum memory capacity of 2GB so it's very cheap, quick and easy to take an existing Apple up to the same amount of memory as a new Apple MacBook Air.

To find out more, access memory upgrade guides and to buy Apple and PC memory upgrades securely online, visit http://www.datamemorysystems.com

About Data Memory Systems: The Data Memory Systems' team wants to provide the best possible quality PC memory and Apple memory at the lowest prices. They offer great service and value for your money. Whether you have a Dell, HP, Sony, IBM or Apple Mac system, they have the compatible memory for your device.

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