Other World Computing Has All The Mac Holiday Goodies You Can Wish For [Sponsored]



This post has been sponsored by Other World Computing, which sells a wide range of upgrades for your Apple gear.

This holiday, why not treat yourself and your loved ones with Other World Computing‘s massive catalog of great-quality Mac, iPhone and iPod products and services. With a range of computer-expansion products such as memory/speed-boosting drives, tablet stands, cases, even a Mac-customized Internet service, OWC provides extensive U.S.-based technical support to Mac users around the world.

Other World Computing (OWC) has been providing quality hardware products and support to the computer industry since 1988 and features one of the largest online catalogs of computer, iPod, and iPhone enhancement products through its e-commerce portal www.macsales.com.

As an Apple Certified Developer, OWC also provides extensive U.S.-based technical support for Macintosh users around the world as well as Internet access via fastermac.net and owc.net.

OWC features one of the largest online catalogs of computer-, iPod-, iPhone- and iPad-enhancement products through its e-commerce portal macsales.com.

Said company CEO Larry O’Connor, “We are much more than an e-tailer. The majority focus on our site is on products we design and manufacture. In addition to our direct sales, our products are sold and distributed around the world by a growing number of channel partners large and small.”

Larry added: “We do sell and distribute brand goods — but our core is that which we innovate and deliver to improve Mac performance, enhance capability, extend useful life and store data.”

By activating an on-site wind turbine at the company headquarters in 2009, OWC became America’s first technology manufacturer to be 100% on-site wind-powered. As a result the following year, OWC’s corporate campus was designated LEED Platinum by the Green Building Certification Institute.

Larry founded the company dealing in printer ribbons out of his family’s barn when he was aged just 14; OWC is now in its 26th year.