UPGRADES (Prices may vary. Please call.)

Running slow after upgrading to new Mac OS? Choose SSD upgrade.

Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan and 10.12 Sierra are handling a lot more hidden functions behind the scene than previous versions. New Mac OS requires talking to your storage device excessively. If your Mac does not have enough RAM or storage device is slow, you will see spinning color wheel all the time.

You can improve the speed by adding more RAM and/or change to Solid State Drive (SSD). SSD has no spinning platters found in traditional hard drive. SSD has similar memory chips used in USB flash thumb drive but faster one. SSD upgrade will make your Mac to boot in 15-30 seconds instead of a couple of minutes. App starts up faster. Web page will load faster. No more spinning color wheel.

250GB SSD = $115
500GB SSD = $165
1050GB SSD = $310
Note: SSD installation fee depends on Mac model. We'll copy all data. Certain programs such as Office 2011 will ask you to reactivate the program by entering 25-digit long Product Key which came with Office 2011 package.

4GB RAM upgrade for MacBook 2006-9, iMac 2006-8 = $80 installed, while you wait.
8GB RAM upgrade for MacBook/Pro, iMac 2009-2010 = $100 installed, while you wait.
16GB RAM upgrade for MacBook Pro, iMac 2011-12 = $150 installed, while you wait.


ACCESSORIES

MagSafe power adapter 60W or 85W = $79.99
Apple Extreme Base Station tower = $299
Apple Express Base Station = $99.99
Time Capsule 2TB tower = $$299
Screen cleaning kit (no spill gel, cloth, brush) = $14.99
USB-C to USB adapter Apple = $9.99
USC-B adapters = Call

mini DisplayPort to VGA or DVI = $20-29
mini DVI to VGA or DVI = $20-29
DVI to VGA adapter = $10
External USB DVD burner = $39.99 ($79 for Apple version)
MacBook 2006-2009 battery = $89 compatible ($129 for Apple version - no longer available)
Dock USB data cable = $10 ($19.99 for Apple version)
Lightning USB cable MFi certified = $14.99 ($19.99 for Apple version)

LG 27-inch 4K monitor with USB-C, DisplayPort, HDMI, (2) USB3.0, sound-out = $629