Apple’s Macintosh Products Guide has updated its Hot Deals Web site with The Apple Store for Business, MacZone and Other World Computing.
The Apple Store for Business has launched the Technology Financing program that provides, among other things, competitive APR as low as prime + 4% (currently 8.25%), no finance charge when paying initial purchase in full by the due date, and the ability to choose monthly payments as low as 2.5% of the current balance. Also new is the Commercial Credit program that provides features such as reduced risk associated with owning obsolete equipment, flexible technology refresh options, reduced cost of ownership, ease of upgrading and adding equipment to the lease, and more.
MacZone has a variety of products for your Mac, including the new Roxio Toast 6 Titanium with $20 mail-in upgrade rebate, Nikon CoolPix 4300 4 Megapixel digital camera with free 64MB memory card, Fantom 160GB 7200RPM external FireWire hard drive with $20 mail-in rebate, Intuit Quicken 2004 Deluxe for Mac with $20 mail-in upgrade rebate, and Total Training for Mac OS X self-training CD course with a $40 instant discount.
Other World Computing is offering the Mercury Extreme G4 1.4GHz processor upgrade card, Sonnet Tango 3-port FireWire + 2-port USB PCI card, Hitachi 80GB UltraSlim notebook hard drive, OWC 802.11g 54Mbps 32-bit CardBus wireless notebook adapter, and the Recoton 8-outlet surge suppresser.
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.