Apple is offering a special promotion on RAM. Between now and May 31, you can buy and configure an iMac, iBook, Power Mac G4 minitower, G4 Server, or PowerBook G4 and upgrade its RAM from the base configuration to get an “instant savings “of 50 percent on your upgraded memory through the Apple Online Store (savings are applied to your final invoice).
For instance, if you want to add 256MB of RAM to the 128MB of RAM that comes with a Titanium PowerBook, Apple promises an “Instant Rebate” of US $200 (based on the $400 suggested retail price of the RAM upgrade). Naturally, the more memory your Mac has, the better the performance and the more applications you can have up and running. And Mac OS X has a suggested RAM requirement of 128 MB right off the bat.
The Instant Rebate offer doesn’t apply if you’re buying used, refurbished, or demonstration equipment. And it’s valid on configure-to-order Apple RAM upgrades only. Computers upgraded/downgraded to a prebuilt computer configuration are not eligible for the promotional instant rebate. And deliveries must be made to addresses within the United States.
For more info, go to Apple’s
Instant Rebate Web page.