MacDirectory Magazine

Fall-Winter 2008 (#39)

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98 MacDirectory MUSIC BUYERS GUIDE CardScan > Executive for Mac Scanner Executive for Mac scanner is a perfect tool to accurately and quickly scan and read business cards, drag-and-drop contact data from e-mail signatures and Web pages to create complete and accurate contact records, and sync to Address Book, iPhone, iPod and more. CardScan software allows you to consolidate contacts from many sources and organize them by different categories. It interprets data and places in correct fields, so no line-by-line cut-and-paste, and no manual field matching. Use the print wizard to print to envelopes, labels and lists. Share selected contacts with Address Book or export vCards to other software such as Entourage. $259.99. >> Tenba: Computer Cases for Mac For the ultimate in protection. Tenba's patented Air Case construction comprises a multi-layered skeleton of air- channeled plastic panels, high-density foam, and specially molded framing components, with a heavily reinforced ballistic nylon outer shell—providing the protection of a hard-sided case at a fraction of the weight. Air Cases are strong enough to stand on, even when empty, and are built to meet or exceed ATA shipping standards. An internal framework of foam inserts has been custom fitted to hold the equipment more safely and securely than the original equipment shipping carton. See for the complete line of computer and monitor cases. RS-G5W – Mac Pro/G5 — $742.95 RS-M24 with wheels for 24" iMac — $744.95 Sports Armband for iPod nano RS-G5W for Mac Pro/G5 >> Incase: Updated Cases and Sleeves With the arrival of the next generation iPod family, Incase introduces a freshly revamped line-up of cases custom fit for the new iPod classic, iPod nano and iPod touch. Available first for all three models will be some of the most popular cut and sew pieces from the Incase line: Neoprene Sleeves, Leather Sleeves and Sports Armbands, which provide iPod users an array of options for protecting their latest investments. Incase's signature injection-molded and hardshell cases will follow, beginning with the Protective Cover for iPod touch and then with Hard Cases for all three new iPod models, and the Slider Case for iPod touch. Leather Sleeve for iPod classic — $29.95; Neoprene Sleeve for iPod classic — $29.95; Sports Armband for iPod nano — $34.95; Sports Armband for iPod touch — $34.95 or

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