Apple’s Macintosh Products Guide
has updated their retail Web site today with online partners AudioMIDI, O’Reilly and Associates, J&R, CompUSA, Inside Mac Games and DV Direct.
AudioMIDI, which focuses on products for the musician is offering Bias SoundSoap, Applied Acoustics Tassman 3, MOTO Digital Performer 4, Edirol PCR-30 32-key USB MIDI keyboard controller, Emagic EMI Production Kit, Arturia Moog V and the JL Cooper MiniDesk.
O’Reilly and Associates
has added several books to their page including “Mac OS X Hacks,” “Mac OS X for Java Geeks,” “Mac OS X for Unix Geeks,” and “Learning Unix for Mac OS X, 2nd Edition.”
products include Adobe Acrobat 5.0, Olympus Stylus 300 digital camera, Formac Devideon SuperDrive for Mac, Microsoft Office v. X, Symantec Norton Anti-Virus, Extensis Suitcase 10, Extensis PhotoFrame 2.5 for Mac, Archos Jukebox 5000 portable MP3 player, and the PNY 128MB secure digital memory card.
has updated its page with UbiSoft Shadowbane, Sony digital video recorders; Sony, Palm and Handspring handheld devices; Sony MDR-NC11 noise canceling ear-bud headphones; Logitech Cordless Navigator Duo mouse and keyboard; Epson Stylus Photo 925 color inkjet printer; Epson CX3200 All-in-One color inkjet printer, and Britannica 2003 Ultimate Reference Suite.
On the games front,
Inside Mac Games
has added Shadowbane, Master of Orion III, Worms Blast, Legion, Jinni Zeala Pinball, Payback, Bugdom 2, Harry Potter and Snowball Run, while DV specialists
has has ADC Technologies USB Instant DVD for Mac, Boris FX, Bella EZ-600 EM EZ Keyboard with Final Cut Pro shortcuts labeling, Curious Labs Poser 4 for Mac, Aurora IgniterX Lite video capture card and Eovia Amapi 3D 6.0.
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.