OCZ announced this week that they will be expanding their SODIMM kits, bringing a new 3GB DDR2 kit to the table. The memory maker is offering the kit as an upgrade to laptops with 1GB or 2GB of RAM without going all the way to 4GB, saving a bit of money in the process. They specifically mention the “graphics-intensive” Windows Vista as a prime reason to upgrade.

Saving money might be a good reason, but OCZ didn’t mention exact pricing – other than saying the memory modules are “priced aggressively and targeted at the value-minded consumer.” Whatever the cost is, it’ll get you OCZ's standard lifetime warranty and DDR2 modules that run at a nice 5-5-5-15. The kits also come with a 1GB and 2GB stick in the box, which is an anomaly for most.