TechWorks Inc. announced a 5-volt memory upgrade for the new Apple PowerBook 1400 introduced last month. In its December issue, MacUser magazine called the new PowerBook 1400 "Apple's most expandable PowerBook yet. It is the kind of solid, reliable data vehicle we've all been waiting for from Apple." "As a major player in the Apple marketplace, we believe this new mainline machine will prove to be extremely popular among graphics and multimedia users," said Mike Frost, TechWorks president. "Our 10-year relationship with Apple as a certified Apple developer, has enabled us not only to provide superior memory upgrades for their new products, but it also gives us the opportunity to further demonstrate our renown outrageous customer service and our commitment to quality," continued Frost.
TechWorks manufactures memory upgrade modules that will accommodate the full expansion range of the new PowerBook 1400. Apple introduced its new product in October and since been hailed as one of the most successful Apple Notebooks ever. The new PowerBook has been designed for maximum flexibility and memory expandability up to 64MB of RAM. Each memory expansion card has dual side connectors that allow the user to install two memory expansion cards (one on top of the other) into the single user expansion connector on the PowerBook's motherboard. This flexible design enables the user to mix upgrade modules to take advantage of the PowerBook 1400's expandability.
Earlier this week, TechWorks also unveiled a new generation of modules for desktop and laptop computers. The new DIMMs and Small Outline DIMMs (SO DIMMs) are available in configuration from 8MB to 64MB for desktop and laptop computers. Popular systems using these new technologies are Dell Dimension and OptiPlex lines, Compaq Proliant 5000, Toshiba Tecra 500 and Portege 650, IBM 760 Series, Compaq Armada 1100 and 4100.
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