SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 28, 2003--IDG's Macworld, the premier Macintosh magazine, announced today that its latest special issue, Digital Hub: Macworld's Complete Guide to Digital Video, Audio, and Photography, will include a DVD as well as a pocket guide. Macworld is the first computer magazine in the U.S. to include a DVD as a cover premium. This $9.95 newsstand-only package goes on sale April 1, 2003.
The Digital Hub special issue features key information on incorporating the digital lifestyle, including step-by-step how-to instructions on wireless home networking as well as practical advice on the latest digital products and applications. The DVD offers 4 gigabytes of insider scripts, tips, trials, tools, video, music, photos, games, plus five full-working applications. In addition, the 32-page pocket guide includes tips and tricks for digital photography, music, and video apps.
"The Macintosh platform has been the clear leader in the effort to integrate computers with the latest wave of digital devices," stated Jason Snell, editor of Macworld. "With the Digital Hub issue, its companion DVD, and guide, Macworld hopes to bring Mac users a huge amount of information about digital cameras, camcorders, printers, DVD, home networking, and much more."
You can purchase the Digital Hub Special Issue with DVD online now.
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