Printed from http://www.electronista.com

Briefly: Moshi Codex review

updated 08:00 pm EST, Wed January 2, 2008

CompUSA Mac discounts

In brief: We've published a review of the Wacom Bamboo series, there are 10 new ways to trick out your MacBook, a new tutorial explains how to make icons for Mac OS X, the Firefox 3 beta has debuted, and Apple ranks 11th in Web traffic for November ... We've posted a review of the Moshi Codex MacBook case.. Aevoe, creators of the Moshi line of products, have created an elegant product for any of the MacBook series. The rules of good notebook case design dictate that it should not be too tight and there should be a certain amount of glide when you put your equipment away. When you're in a hurry, you shouldn't have to fumble about or struggle with the covering. Another rule is that it should project the right image, i.e. look good without much flash, unless that is your preference. A stylish design should be discreet or tastefully bold and the Moshi Codex holds your laptop with just that right amount of style.

CompUSA discounting Apple products

Readers are reporting that Apple products are discounted at soon-to-be-closed CompUSA locations across the country. Scott Cropper writes "CompUSA in Lexington, KY and they have all their Apple stock marked 5 to 20% off. 5% off MacBooks, MacBook Pros, iMacs, Mac Mini, iPods, 10% off Apple Displays, 15% off Software and up to 20% off accessories."

Macminicolo offers 15 percent discount

Macminicolo is having in anticipation of Macworld. Basically it's a 15 percent discount on the company's most popular package. New customers will receive our Pro Package for $50 per month. Macminicolo.net hosts hundreds of Mac minis used by customers around the world. They offer a low cost/high performance option for customers seeking a dedicated server for their personal or business use.


Delicious Monster programmer wants to buy you a lemur

Mike Lee, one of the soon-to-be two engineers at Delicious Monster, wants to buy you a lemur. The offer, originally posted on his blog yesterday, is part of a year- end drive to raise money for the Madagascar Fauna Group, a non-profit charity organization working to help the people of Madagascar and its few remaining lemurs. "In exchange for a one-time donation of $100, or a recurring monthly donation of $10, Mike will buy you a plush lemur. He will then gather pictures of people with their lemurs and assemble them into a project he calls 'Club Thievey.'"

iPhone/iPod Touch case clearance

UK is holding a clearance sale: 20 percent off the wrappers festive gold sleeve for iPhone, iPod Touch & iPod Classic. The case features these characteristics: individually tailored to fit Apple iPhone, iPod Touch and iPod Classic; graphite colored polished polyurethane outer; 100% Thai silk lining in festive gold; durable sleeve that adds virtually no weight or bulk to your iPhone; ethically made for you in Oxford, England; waterproof, wipe clean, 100% soft material. The price is now 14 or about $28.




By Electronista Staff
Post tools:

TAGS :

toggle

Comments

Login Here

Not a member of the MacNN forums? Register now for free.

toggle

Network Headlines

toggle

Most Popular

Sponsor

Recent Reviews

Crucial MX100 256GB SATA-3 SSD

While the price to gigabyte ratio for magnetic platter-based hard drives can't be beat, the speed that a SSD brings to the table for a ...

Narrative Clip

With the advent of social media technology, people have been searching for new ways to share the events of their daily lives -- be it ...

Blue's Mikey Digital

Blue Microphones, a company that makes some of the most popular digital USB microphones among podcasters and musicians, has for some t ...

Sponsor

toggle

Most Commented

 
toggle

Popular News