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Timed perfectly with the release of the brand-new, Thunderbolt-enabled MacBook Pro, memory manufacturer Ramjet has announced the availability of a heaping helping of DDR3-1333 RAM, just for the shiny new block of aluminum wonderfulness.
From Ramjet's press material:
The day of the release of the new MacBook Pro, Ramjet is the first memory vendor to offer the compatible DDR3-1333 RAM upgrades. Two upgrade options are available. The 4GB single SO-DIMM upgrades the MacBook Pro to 6GB, and an 8GB Kit (2x 4GB modules) which brings the MacBook up to its 8GB memory maximum.
If you're looking to get a new MacBook Pro, but aren't sure how much memory to buy, keep in mind that Apple-supplied memory has been, historically, more expensive than what you'd get in the aftermarket. Ramjet aims to continue that trend, with 4GB of RAM costing $89.99, and 8GB setting you back $149.99. Additionally, there's a trade-in rebate for the 4GB that comes with the new MBP, which would make the 8GB upgrade sting the wallet a little less.
Worth noting: Ramjet offers a lifetime warranty for their RAM, and they are quick to point out that operators are standing by.