RadTech has released new accessories and other gear aimed at PowerBook and iBook users. In addition to releasing products RadTech first publicly introduced at Macworld Expo San Francisco this past January, the company has updated its line to support the 12 and 17 inch PowerBook G4s introduced at that same show, too.
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RadTech is now offering Laptop ScreensavRz, the company’s keyboard covers for laptop users, in a variety of sizes, styles and colors priced from US$12-$17. The covers buffer the space between the laptop’s keyboard and the screen, reducing the scuffing that occurs when oils and residue on the keyboard are transferred to the screen. The company offers “Titanium,” “Aqua” and “Shagwire” color schemes, with the words “PowerBook G4”, “Titanium G4,” and “iBook” de-bossed as well. What’s more, RadTech offers custom logo emblazoning, too. RadTech is also shipping iMac ScreensavRz — dust-covers for LCD iMacs — in both 15 and 17 inch models, starting at $22.
PowerSleevz are RadTech’s notebook cases for PowerBooks and iBooks. They’re sleeve cases manufactured from Optex synthetic microfiber — the same material used in RadTech’s ScreensavRz products. They’re available sized to fit the entire range of iBook and PowerBook G4 models, and start at $22.
Ice Creme is a kit designed to help iBook, iPod, Power Mac G4, Studio Display and Cinema Display users to remove scuffs and scratches from their acrylic cases. The kits include chemical agents that remove severe or light surface damage and special application and polishing cloths. The company also makes available an Ice Creme variant designed to help buff the plated metal back pan of the iPod. Ice Creme is priced at either $19.95 or $24.95 depending on the version.
Eyelighter is a battery-powered LED lighting module that clips to your ear. RadTech is offering it as an alternative for people who don’t find USB-mounted LED lights sufficient. Powered by lithium batteries, the eyelighter weighs 10 grams and works for about 20 hours. It’s available in white, blue and red and will work with eyeglasses. RadTech also plans ultraviolet and infrared models for the future. Eyelighter costs $9.95.
RadTech plans to begin manufacturing its Last Stand starting next week, and while final pricing and a firm release date isn’t available, the company said it’ll conduct a raffle to select 50 of its existing customers to be able get the units for free in exchange for feedback — a limited-availability public beta of sorts, if you will. The Last Stand is a notebook computer stand that measures 12mm when closed and weighs 14 ounces; the device allows you to angle your PowerBook’s chassis anywhere from a small amount to up to 50 degrees, making it possible to either let the stand just angle the keyboard slightly or to hold the PowerBook almost upright to rest as a desktop-style workstation. The Last Stand sports five levels of inclination and a rear area for keyboard storage.