RadTech has also released several Mac accessories, including the
MacTruck PowerBook Enclosure, the
BT-500 wireless Bluetooth mouse and
RadTech Luggage, a line of soft luggage and cases designed for Mac laptops and iPods. The MacTruck is a rugged case made of 3mm thick aluminum alloy and designed to allow use of a laptop without removing it, complete with access to all ports and optical drives. It comes in aluminum or graphite colors and costs US$199.99 for 12- or 15-inch PowerBooks and $229.99 for 17-inch models.
The BT-500 wireless Bluetooth mouse offers 800dpi optical tracking resolution, a 10-meter free space range and two buttons plus a scroll wheel. It runs on two AAA alkaline batteries, which are included, and saves energy by going to sleep when not in use. The BT-500 ships in a Tough-Pak that can be reused for storing it while traveling. It comes in white or blue and sells for $54.95.
Finally, RadTech Luggage encompasses the company’s complete line of soft luggage and carrying cases designed to carry Mac laptops or iPods. In addition to the aforementioned MacTruck PowerBook Enclosure, the line-up includes three styles of backpacks ($74.95-$94.95) and three styles of shoulder bags ($39.95-$74.95) that accommodate various-sized laptops and feature pockets for accessories; such specialty bags as the Journey rolling bag ($134.95) and the Drift courier bag ($34.95); and such iPod and iPod mini enclosures as the clamshell Cocoon ($39.95) and the iPod mini Skin ($15.95). A PDA case called Dock is listed as “Not yet available” on the RadTech Web site.