Apple’s Macintosh Products Guide has updated its Hot Deals Web site with The Apple Store for Business, ClubMac, DV Direct, CDW and Outpost.
The Apple Store for Business
is offering Apple Volume Licensing on Apple products like AppleWorks, DVD Studio Pro, Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Express, Keynote, Mac OS X, Mac OS X Server, QuickTime Pro, Shake 3, and Soundtrack. Also available through the Apple Store for Business is iPod Volume Sales that allow you to custom engrave your iPods with your company logo or message.
has the Iomega Zip 750MB USB 2.0 external drive, Sonnet Encore/ST G4 processor upgrade, Kensington Expert Mouse 7.0, Micronet Advantage 200GB 7200RPM FireWire/USB 2.0 external hard drive, Planar Systems PE170 17-inch active matrix LCD display, D-Link 802.11B wireless 2.4GHz USB adapter and a variety of hardware bundles.
has the Contour Design ShuttleXpress multimedia controller, Bella EZ Keyboard Pro Series for Final Cut Pro, Canon XL1S Professional Digital Camcorder, TVONE LMP-401 portable 4-inch color LCD monitor with battery and carrying case, and Artel Boris Graffiti 2.1.
has a variety of products including a free Lexmark Photo Jetprinter with the purchase of any Apple computer, Mitsubishi DiamondPoint NXM76LCD 17-inch LCD display, Adobe Design Collection 7.0, Minolta DiMAGE XT digital camera, Logitech MX Duo Keyboard and Mouse, and a $50 mail-in rebate on any qualifying Epson printer with the purchase of any Apple computer.
has several bundle deals on Apple computers. Get a free Palm Zire with your purchase of an Apple iMac, eMac, PowerBook or iBook.
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.