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July 30th, 1999

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[4:30 PM]
TechWorks Announces iBook Product Line
The good people at TechWorks have announced RAM and USB Hubs for the iBook in preparation for the iBook's release in September. According to TechWorks:

TechWorks announced their product lineup for the iBook for Apple's new iBook. The lineup includes 32MB and 64MB, 100MHz 144 pin SODIMMs, and five flavors of their 4-port POWERUSB hub. TechWorks also has a 128MB module in the final stages of development. Bruce Reilly, TechWorks Product Manager, stated "We prefer to offer 100MHz memory modules for our Apple customers, even though the iBook's specifications call for 66MHz, because we feel the 100MHz memory has more lasting value to our customers. 100MHz memory can be used in future versions of Apple iBooks that may have a faster bus speed."

The 32 MB SODIMM is priced at US$45 (from the company's web site), while the 64 MB unit is priced at US$95 (also from the web site. The PowerUSB hubs are priced at US$59.99. All of the products can be found at the company's web site.

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