Summary: I installed these memory modules in my Macbook Pro 15" with no complications. I now have 16GB of RAM. Has definitely improved performance and has been working fine ever since I installed them.
Summary: this is a way cheap way to increase the operating capability of your computer. added 16gb to the 4 that came included with our 2012 27" iMac. much cheaper than buying memory from Apple and installation is definitey ok for the uninitiated.
Summary: I run an IT service company in Los Angeles and I've always trusted Kingston's system specific memory for servers, PC's and Mac's. In this case I upgraded my own current model MacBook Pro to 16GB of RAM. Makes a great deal of different when working with multiple VM's at one and just an all around great upgrade. The only thing to note is it is a 1333MHz chip and not a 1600MHz one. I ended up upgrading again shortly after to a 1600MHz chip.
Summary: Installed with no issues I put 2 of these in for a total of 16 GB. Using VM Fusion I give Win 7 4gb and have great performance I used the tool at Kingston's site to figure out the pn needed the searched Amazon by pn and got a great price.
Summary: I bought two of these to upgrade my MacBook Pro to 16 GB of RAM and I love it! Apple only sells 4 GB DIMMs for my laptop, but Kingston tested it to see what it would really accept and these work perfectly!!
ZOOM!!! Works Flawlessly in MacBook Pro 13" early 2011
The Consumer Shopper "Mr. Mitchell", Amazon
5 December 2012
Summary: Kingston again does the job. I purchased two for my Early 2011 MacBook Pro 13". Although the specifications at Apple say maximum of 8GB, the truth is it recognizes and uses up to 16GB. PROS: - REALLY sped up my machine. I added the SeaGate 750GB hybrid drive at the same time so it's maxed out!