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Apple's Macintosh Products Guide on Wednesday updated its Hot Deals Web site with partners ClubMac, CompUSA and MacConnection.

CompUSA has a variety of products including Hemera Big Box of Art with a $25 mail-in rebate; Aladdin Systems Ten for X Games Pack with $20 mail-in rebate; Roxio Toast 5 Titanium with $30 mail-in rebate; CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 11 with $140 upgrade mail-in rebate; Britannica 2003 Ultimate Reference Suite with $20 mail-in rebate; and a Viewsonic VX900 19-inch LCD monitor with $150 mail-in rebate.

ClubMac is offering an Apple 15GB iPod with free Altec Lansing speakers; Symantec Norton Utilities 8 for Mac with $50 mail-in rebate; an Apple eMac with free 256MB RAM, free Canon i450 color printer, free MYOB FirstEdge, and free USB disk drive; and an Apple iMac with free 256MB RAM, free Canon i450 color printer, free MYOB FirstEdge, and free USB disk drive.

Finally, MacConnection has Apple DVD Studio Pro with free MYOB FirstEdge and free Aspyr 3-pack game bundle; Corel Painter 8 Upgrade with free Aladdin Systems Spring Cleaning 5.0 for Mac; a PowerBook 12.1-inch with SuperDrive, free MYOB FirstEdge and free AirPort Extreme Card; Maxtor 5000XT 250GB external FireWire hard drive; and MarketCircle DayLite Business Edition for Mac.

The "Hot Deals" Web site is a place for Mac users to find special prices on hardware and software bundles from Apple's retail partners. Apple's online retail partners include CompUSA, MacMall, MacConnection, MacZone, J&R's OutPost, ClubMac and the Apple Online Store. Details on each of these companies can be found at Apple's Macintosh Product Guide Web site.

Apple's Macintosh Products Guide is a searchable database containing thousands of Mac products. Since before the introduction of OS X in March 2001, the Products Guide has been tracking applications coming to the new operating system, in addition to those that will work with the Classic Mac OS.

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