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Briefly: MaxUpgrades 2012 iMac SSD adapter, Kindle Fire HD sale
Monday, May 6, 2013 @ 4:45pm

Upgrade vendor MaxUpgrades has announced the availability of the SSD SATA module for iMac 2012 models, adapting the "blade" SSD slot to a normal SATA plug. The adapter and optional mount allows 2012 iMac users to use either a dual 2.5-inch SSD configuration, or a 2.5 SSD alongside the existing hard drive. The dual-SSD kit and bracket retails for $120. The package for a single 2.5-inch drive sells for $100.



Amazon Kindle Fire HD Mother's Day special cuts $20 off tablet In an effort to partially counter the Barnes and Noble Nook tablet sale, Amazon has reduced prices on some of its Kindle Fire tablets as part of a Mother's Day promotion. Until May 12, Amazon has cut the price of the seven-inch Kindle Fire HD to $179 for the 16GB version, and $209 for the 32GB model with the use of the code "FIRE4MOM" entered at checkout.

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