Sonnet Aria – The Sound of 54MBits

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Date: Thursday, September 4th, 2003, 04:34
Category: Accessory, PowerBook 15-Inch

PowerBook users pre-Airport Extreme can join in on 802.11g networks now with a new product from Sonnet, the Aria.

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iDesk

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Date: Thursday, August 14th, 2003, 17:26
Category: Accessory

A new desk to showcase the splender of a designer’s iMac.

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Compushell Provides Industrial Grade PowerBook Protection

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Date: Monday, August 11th, 2003, 15:32
Category: Accessory, PowerBook 15-Inch

Protect your investment! The CompuShell should be on every PowerBook users ?must have? list. Finally, a beautiful industrial grade enclosure that your Powerbook stays in full time with access to all the ports and drives.

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Petition for Mac GPS Equipment

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Date: Saturday, August 9th, 2003, 15:05
Category: Accessory

Please help GPSCity.com reach the target of 5000 names on their online petition to increase support for the Mac platform among manufacturers of GPS equipment. Before Friday, August 8 they had only received 500 signatures in six months, then they got a whopping 2300 in one day after news of their campaign hit a couple of Mac news sites. Read more…

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iSkin Keyboard Protector

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Date: Tuesday, August 5th, 2003, 10:49
Category: Accessory

iSkin Keyboard ProtectorI would have to say that I am one of the dirtiest, most disgusting keyboard users out there. Since my PowerBook and PowerMac have become my life, I am constant hammering away, typing up project, reports, e-mails and those zillion instant messages. I sadly admit, that I even will sit at my computer eating a sandwich as small crumbs fall in between my precious keys. Read more…

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iSight and 3rd Party Applications

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Date: Tuesday, July 29th, 2003, 07:22
Category: Accessory

The newly released IOXperts driver, which works with any IIDC camera, and supports both OS 9 and OS X , but it is noted that the current driver doesn’t handle all of the settings 100% correctly. Read More…

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Let RadTech Correct Your PowerBook Alignment

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Date: Monday, July 14th, 2003, 07:05
Category: Accessory

RadTech, producers of innovative solutions for your digital lifestyle, announced today that it will offer Notebook Enhancement Clinics during Macworld NY 2003. Notebook clinics to help polish and restore displays with damage due to abrasion tune up tight hinges, correct and optimize chassis alignments.

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Wired: The Year's Best Gear So Far

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Date: Monday, July 14th, 2003, 07:58
Category: Accessory

Wired magazine’s picks for the best gadgets of the year — so far, that is. Among their picks, Casio’s Exilim Z3 digital camera, Fujitsu’s Stylistic ST4000 Tablet PC (pictured at right), Danger’s color Hiptop, Kanguru’s KangaruMicro keychain MP3 player, and Casio’s SY-4000 portable TV.

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WiFi Detector

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Date: Monday, July 14th, 2003, 06:26
Category: Accessory, Any Laptop Computer

From the people that invented “Shackles for your computer,” comes something to help liberate it.

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NEC Announces Fold up LCDs

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Date: Thursday, July 10th, 2003, 08:32
Category: Accessory, Any Laptop Computer

An interesting article in CreativePro discusses recent advances in LCD technology from NEC. How long until fold-up LCD technology hits laptops?

NEC-Mitsubishi Electronics Display Launches its First Folding, Light-weight LCD
NEC-Mitsubishi Electronics Display of America, Inc., the number one stand-alone vendor of flat panel desktop displays, today announced its first line of light-weight LCD monitors that fold up for easy portability. Attractively designed for home users and gamers on the go, the new monitors provide a protective black bezel acrylic screen with flexible silver cabinet and stand that adjusts to a variety of angles including flat against its base. Priced aggressively low to help drive LCD monitors further into mainstream consumer and gaming markets, the 15-inch NEC LCD1565 is $349 U.S. ESP and the 17-inch NEC LCD1765 is $549 U.S. ESP.

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