Nov 06, 2013 - Apparent Corporation is proud to introduce Doxie Flip flatbed scanner. Scan your story. Apparent reimagines the flatbed scanner with Doxie Flip, the new battery-powered, cordless scanner that flips over to perfectly capture photos, memories, creative ideas, and notebooks. Doxie isn't like other scanners - it's cordless, with battery power and flash memory. Doxie Flip is ideal for creative and genealogy projects, and captures your images with the press of a single green button.
Oct 04, 2013 - Minneapolis based NuMac LLC announces its optical disc burning solution for Apple's new Mac Pro. The NMBDR6x supports the reading and writing of Blu-Rays, DVDs, and CDs. In order to keep clutter to a minimum the NMBDR6x stands less than 2 inches tall from top to bottom, and features a round, low-profile aluminum enclosure designed to sit beneath Apple's new Mac Pro. The slot load design has no tray to get in the way or break off. Both Power and data are sent via the single USB cable.
Aug 15, 2013 - Wichita based QuickerTek today announces the AC Quicky, a USB network adapter upgrade that allows older Macs to connect to wireless access points that use the new 802.11 ac Wi-Fi standard. The AC Quicky uses the same chipset as Apple so users may know that their upgraded MacBooks, Pro's and Air's maintain all of the compatibility that a new MacBook Air offers. Networking drivers are included in the Mac OS, and users need not struggle to find working drivers after Apple issues an update.
Jul 16, 2013 - Minneapolis based FastMac LLC today introduces the FMBDR6x, a single cable solution for burning optical discs with Apple's soon to be released Mac Pro. The round, low-profile design of the FMBDR6x allows the device to sit right beneath the Mac Pro while hardly being noticed at all. The FMBDR6x is a single cable solution for burning Blu-Rays, DVDs, and CDs on Apple's new Mac Pro. Both data and power are transferred through the built-in USB cable.
Jun 06, 2013 - MCE Technologies, LLC today announces that it is now shipping its USB Super-BluDrive. The USB Super-BluDrive is a lightweight, portable, slot-loading drive that connects via USB and can play and record CDs and DVDs as well as play commercial Blu-ray movies directly on the Mac with the included software. The USB Super-BluDrive is compatible with all Mac systems. The USB Super-BluDrive retails for $79.00 USD and is available immediately
May 16, 2013 - MCE Technologies, LLC today announces that it will begin shipping the first ever internal drive for the iMac, and Mac mini, that plays Blu-ray movies with the included Mac Blu-ray Player software. The drive also reads and records to DVD and CD-recordable media like the original Apple SuperDrive it is designed to replace. The drive is compatible with Apple's DVD Player application for the playback of DVD movies as well as with Finder Burning for burning DVDs and CDs at the Finder level.
May 10, 2013 - QuickerTek today announces the release of the Quicky Junior 3 USB wireless network adaptor, the third generation in Quicky Junior line. The Quicky Junior 3 is improved in both the physical and electronic arenas. Redesigned with the antenna actually folding into the body, The Quicky Junior 3 adds capability to use the 802.11 a 5.8 Ghz band wireless specification. It's also very simple to use - after the initial installation simply plug it in to any available USB port and start using your network.
Apr 29, 2013 - MaxUpgrades announces availability of SSD SATA Module with heat sink for iMac 2012 Models. MaxUpgrades SSD SATA Module for the iMac 2012 Models, offers many advantages and features over proprietary Flash Storage interface provided on the iMac 2012 Models. Users can use SSD of their choice and capacity on iMacs 2012 Models, eliminating the limitation of fewer choices for the proprietary Flash storage SSDs available for the iMac 2012 Models, which is limited by capacity due to its form factor.
Mar 29, 2013 - Flipsy.com announces the addition of Mac desktops and laptops to the listings on its free website, where users can easily look up "what it's worth & where to sell." With its new listings for Macs, the price comparison engine now includes iPhones, iPads, video game consoles (Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony, Sega), Blackberries, and books (especially textbooks). Users can specify the condition of their Mac and immediately find its cash value as a buyback, trade-in, or sale to a private party.