March 14, 2012
New iPad Disappoints With No Memory Upgrade Option

Apple launched their much anticipated third generation iPad last week, with a whole slew of new features included in the upgrade. Improved graphics and an enhanced processor are just two of the additions, with the much lauded retina display and a fingerprint-proof coating also added. A larger memory option was originally expected but surprisingly Apple stuck to their standard storage options; 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. Many existing Apple owners will have been looking for a memory upgrade, and if this was the case, why not upgrade current Apple products instead?

Data Memory Systems are a US supplier of Apple and PC memory solutions and have a great selection of Apple memory solutions to suit all Apple products, from Macbooks to iMacs. Their years of experience in providing inexpensive and high-quality computer memory means that desktop computers or laptops, no matter what the brand, can benefit from a longer life, without needing to fork out huge sums for one of the new iPads without the benefit of the expected memory upgrade.

Apple Mac Minis were originally intended to be a basic, budget-friendly entry-level computer for people wanting to store basic music, photos and documents, and as a result of this, they often have less memory and storage than a normal desktop computer might. Data Memory Systems have an excellent range of Apple Mac Mini memory upgrades to vastly improve the capabilities of the unit. Models range from the basic 1.5GHz to the more modern i7 Quad-Core versions (which have Lion server capabilities and generally need a lot more memory anyway). Rather than splashing out on the new iPad, which will most likely become obsolete within 12 months, computer memory upgrades are a more cost-effective solution, with prices starting at just $9.00 for Mac Mini Memory at Data Memory Systems.

Macbook memory is also a best-seller from Data Memory Systems; they carry 18 different types of Macbook memory, with 1GB and 2GB upgrades available for every model and 4GB and 8GB for newer models. Apple Macbook memory upgrades have dual-channel memory architecture and were created in such a way that means they function at a better rate when their two sockets are upgraded with equal amounts of RAM. For a 1GB eRAM upgrade for a Macbook, prices start at just S12.50; just 2.5% percent of the cost of a brand new iPad.

To browse the whole range of Data Memory Systems hard drives and to buy 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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