802.11n Upgrade Kits for Core Duo MacBook Pros
March 5, 2007
Well, hot on the heels of the upgrade instructions (and the warning from Apple), QuickerTek, the put-a-handle-on-your-macbook people, have an 802.11n Upgrade Kit for “modern MacBooks and iMacs”.
The kit runs $150 for do-it-yourselfers, or $200 plus an unspecified shipping fee to ship your precious ‘book to them and let them do it for you.
Since Apple has already gone on the record as saying that doing this at home will violate your warranty, I think I’ll wait until we hear an official position about sending it off to have it done before I give it a shot.
For their part, QuickerTek offers a 1 year warranty on the new hardware, and their page doesn’t say anything one way or another about the Apple warranty (and/or an AppleCare subscription).