Nov 26, 2012 - Apparent's new Doxie One, the simple and affordable new paper scanner for everyone, is now available worldwide. Doxie One scans anywhere in your home or office - no computer required - and syncs with your iPad, Mac, or PC. Doxie is different than other scanners. It's small, about the size of an empty paper towel roll, so you can tuck it in a drawer when you're not scanning. Included Doxie software offers a complete solution for going paperless.
Nov 01, 2012 - Apparent today unveiled Doxie One, the simple and affordable new personal paper scanner for homes, families, and small businesses. This new standalone scanning device delivers simple, computer-free scanning for everyone at the breakthrough price of just $149.00 USD. Featuring iPad sync via Apple Lightning or 30-pin SD accessories; included Doxie app for Mac + PC with Dropbox and Evernote cloud integration, ABBYY OCR technology, and PDF delivery via iMessage. Ships in late November.
Aug 09, 2012 - California based Troll Touch today announced the successful completion of all of the company's system compatibility tests for touchscreen functions on computers and displays running the Mac OS X current release, Mountain Lion. All internally integrated touchscreen iMac and display products as well as the company's proprietary line of "SlipCOVER" external, end-user installable touchscreen systems have been certified compatible. All products are available now.
Jul 19, 2012 - Troll Touch would like to correct a mistake that appeared in our recent press release entitled "Troll Touch Announces Summer Special Pricing and Rewards". In announcing the company's special summer pricing and rewards programs, the Memorial Day holiday was incorrectly identified as the end date of the promotion. As everyone knows, Memorial Day is generally regarded as the beginning of the summer season with Labor Day marking the end.
Jul 18, 2012 - QuickerTek today announced two new solar power options for Apple MacBook Pro and MacBook Air laptops. A 27 Watt and a 55 Watt Solar charger provides the "go anywhere" power that demanding users require. These two solar power systems come complete with all of the new Apple OEM Magsafe 2 cables necessary for plug and play right out of the box. Built for rugged outdoor conditions, these new solar systems use physically flexible amorphous solar panel technology.
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.
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.
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.
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.