Apple’s Macintosh Products Guide has updated their retail Web site today with online partners MacZone, Macwarehouse, B&H and The Apple Specialists. Apple also noted today a new member to its retail program: Inside Mac Games Store.
MacZone is offering users the Adobe Design Collection, Adobe Photoshop Upgrade, TurboTax 2002, SmartDisk Media Reader, Connectix Virtual PC, and the SmartDisk FireLite 30GB FireWire hard drive. In Addition, MacZone is offering an “Adobe: Work smart. Save big” promotion. Buy two or more eligible products for a total price of at least $349, register online, and receive a $75 rebate by mail. Or, buy two or more eligible products for a total price of at least $749, register online, and receive a $150 rebate by mail.
MacWarehouse has pricing on several products including SmartDisk SmartScan scanners, digital cameras and digital video cameras from Olympus and Canon, Griffin PowerPod, Fantom 120GB external FireWire hard drive, and a PowerUser 128MB compact flash drive.
B&H has digital cameras from Nikon, Canon, Sony and Hewlett Packard; digital video cameras from Canon, JVC, Panasonic, and Sony; and color inkjet printers and scanners.
The Apple Specialists have pricing on StuffIt Deluxe, Spring Cleaning, and Ten for X Utilities; FileMaker and QuickBooks bundle rebate offer; and a FREE Epson Stylus C42UX color inkjet printer with the purchase of any new Macintosh computer.
Inside Mac Games Store has some deals on games for your Mac, including Freedom Force, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3, Jedi Knight II, Links Championship Edition, The Sims: Unleashed, and more.
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.