MacDirectory Magazine

Summer-Fall 2008 (#38)

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MacDirectory 97 MUSIC BUYERS GUIDE macdirectory buyers guide Here comes autumn, back-to-school time and time to protect your electronic investments. We at MacDirectory showcase some of the hottest new products, including portable external hard drives, mics, and amplifier systems. Plus, solutions to protect some of your most important investments – your ears. >> Incase: Protective Solutions for iPhone 3G Incase introduces a full assortment of cases for your new iPhone, ensuring complete protection. From high-style Leather Folios and Leather Sleeves to slim Neoprene Sleeves and sleek Slider Cases, Incase covers it all. Leather Folios are made with genuine Nappa leather and Ballistic nylon construction. The Leather Sleeve features slim construction and a heavy-duty belt clip for bag and belt attachment. Neoprene Sleeve offers charging capabilities while in case. And the Slider Case (available in late August) offers lightweight hardshell plastic construction and is available in a variety of matte and gloss color ways. Available at select Apple retail stores and online. Leather Folio — $39.95. Leather Sleeve — $34.95. Neoprene Sleeve — $29.95. Slider Case — $34.95. >> Toshiba: Portable External Hard Drives With Toshiba Storage's line of 2.5-inch external hard drives, students looking for a compact portable storage device to carry and protect their computer files can rest easy. With a click-free, switch-free and button- free backup for easy operation, even digital novices can easily conduct computer back-up and enjoy peace of mind that irreplaceable term papers and other documents are safely stored and easily accessible. With up to 320GB capacity, the devices can hold up to either 91,000 digital photos, 142 hours of DVD videos or 37 hours of high-def videos, and up to 84,000 MP3 music files. The drives are available in Carbon Grey, Hot Rod Red or Gecko Green. Available at numerous retailers. 160GB — $109.99. 250GB — $149.99. 320GB — $179.99.

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