Hardware - Latest Releases
Troll Touch Announces Summer Special Pricing and Rewards
Jul 18, 2012 - Summer is here and the time is right for Troll Touch's annual touchscreen system sale and customer appreciation "Rewards" programs. Now through Memorial Day 2012 many of Troll's custom iMac and Apple display touchscreen products have been substantially reduced in price and include Troll's three year Extended Care Warranty package and free shipping to anywhere in the Continental USA.
The new, turbocharged Doxie Go - Say hello to next-generation paperless
Jun 26, 2012 - Apparent today announces Doxie Go, a major upgrade to its tiny mobile scanner that makes going paperless easy. Doxie scans anywhere with no computer required, then syncs scans to your favorite devices, creates searchable PDFs, sends to the cloud, and more. The next generation Doxie Go cordless paper scanner delivers enhanced scanning features, new cloud apps, document signing and faxing, Basecamp integration, two all-new accessories, add-on Wi-Fi with iOS + Android sync, and more.
Highest Charge Density External MacBook Air Battery Available
Apr 05, 2012 - QuickerTek, the technology leader in mobile power and wireless networking for Apple computers, has just announced the 4th Generation external battery and charger for all Apple MacBook Air laptops. This external battery and charger recharges and powers everything from the iPad, to iPods to iPhones to MacBook Air laptops. QuickerTek uses Lithium Ion Polymer Batteries with highest charge density available to date, resulting in longer computer run times from the lightest external battery for Mac's.
Securifi Announces Almond - World's 1st WiFi Router for the rest of us
Feb 23, 2012 - The Macintosh, released in 1984, became the first computer intuitive enough for the rest of us. Securifi's Almond is the first wireless router for the rest of us. It sports a color touch screen that does away with PC- or Mac-based setup or maintenance. Almond not only removes the need for the intimidating web-driven interfaces consumers have struggled with for over a decade, it removes the need for operating through a PC or Macintosh entirely.
Doxie Go + Wi-Fi unveiled: Tiny scanner scans anywhere, sends wirelessly
Jan 26, 2012 - Apparent today unveiled Doxie Go + Wi-Fi, a new Doxie model that scans anywhere - no computer required - then sends scans wirelessly to devices and the cloud. Doxie is wireless scanning you can take anywhere. Featuring a built-in battery and memory chip, Doxie scans everywhere you go, then pushes scans directly from the scanner to Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad, or Evernote. Doxie scans everything from bills and receipts to reports, recipes, cards, and photos. Just 8 seconds per page.
Doxie Go Delivers Searchable PDFs
Jan 20, 2012 - Doxie Go has been upgraded with Doxie 2.1, delivering ABBYY FineReader OCR. Doxie Go is the new cordless scanner that scans anywhere with no computer required. With the latest software, Doxie Go users can sync scans then create searchable PDFs in black and white or color, all without leaving the Doxie software. Searchable PDFs can be searched or used locally, or pushed into the cloud for instant sharing. See it next week at Macworld - iWorld 2012.
Doxie Go - Now Shipping Worldwide - Scan Anywhere, No Computer Required
Nov 28, 2011 - Apparent's Doxie Go is now shipping worldwide. Doxie Go is tiny and cordless, with built-in battery and memory that lets you scan anywhere - no computer required. Doxie's included app syncs scans, organizes multi-page documents, creates searchable PDFs with ABBYY OCR, and sends to the cloud - Evernote, Dropbox, and more. Doxie scans everything from bills and receipts to reports, recipes, ideas, cards, photos, and everything else.
She's still got it: the original Doxie gets a major makeover
Nov 28, 2011 - Apparent's USB-powered Doxie paper scanner, winner of over a dozen major awards and accolades including Wired Magazine's Editor's Choice in portable scanners, received a major upgrade today with new features for 2012. Simple, portable, and USB powered, Doxie scans paper, photos, and receipts with ease, then creates PDFs or sends to cloud services like Dropbox, Google Docs, and Evernote. The new Doxie features Auto Adjust, which automatically analyzes your scans to determine the ideal contrast.
QuickerTek introduces the Q4 Dual Band USB
Nov 13, 2011 - Kansas based innovator, QuickerTek today introduces the Q4, the fourth generation Quicky. Offering an improvement over the previous models, the new Q4 works in both 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz wireless modes and powered from the USB port. It is an excellent solution for users who often find themselves accessing networks at work, school, hotels, coffee shops, airports and other environments where signal strength and speed vary and who want maximum wireless performance.