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Discussion in 'Buying Tips, Advice and Discussion (archive)' started by Tymmz, Jul 31, 2005.
59 for 512 MB RAM incl. installation. Is it a good price?
Impossible to say without knowing the machine or the type or RAM...
Duff-Man says....exactly....and I might add to that - what kind of warranty/guarantee does it come with....in general, without knowing those specifics, and being a little bit familiar with the expense of things in Europe it *appears* like it could be a reasonable deal....oh yeah!
It's the new iBook and I guess it's the "Apple-RAM" because it's get build in by the most famous german reseller of Apple-computers, GRAVIS.
I bought 512MB Kingston (lifetime guarantee) RAM for an iBook a couple of months ago and the cheapest I could get it for was £46 not including installation so, if it's decent branded RAM, it's not a bad price.
You might want to see what the difference in getting 1GB is though. Crucial UK had it at £80 recently and since it's your only available slot on the iBook, the more the merrier.