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Apple limits G4 BTO options
Edward Mintz reports that Apple has removed the option to lower RAM and Hard Disk allotments with new BTO (Built-to-Order) Power Mac G4 configurations. This means users can no longer reduce the stock RAM or Hard Drive configuration and purchase products from a third party. Additionally, purchasers of 933MHz and Dual-1GHz models cannot opt to remove the DVD-R drive in favor of a CD-RW or Combo Drive. Prior to the introduction of new Power Mac models last month, Apple users were offered more flexibility through Apple's online store.
Reader: Apple phasing out \"Think Different?\
MacNN Reader Alvin Mok suggests Apple may be phasing out -- or at least reducing the prominence of -- the "Think Different" advertising slogan: "I've just pick up the product brochures for the latest iMac, iBook and PowerBook here in Hong Kong. While I was comparing those specs with the previous one (iBook/PowerBook last Oct), I discovered the "Think Different" signs are gone, even in the trademark fineprints. Yes, no traces at all on these three brochures."
New Apple retail location to open in Atlanta
Dean Saxe writes: "I just returned from Lenox Mall in Atlanta where I happily found that Eddie Bauer is no longer in business. In its place is a sign indicating that Apple will be opening an Apple Store 'soon.'" Apple continues to open retail stores in an effort to expand its market share.
\"Awaited\" Contact This! v2.0 available
Pariahware has released a "long-awaited" update to Contact This!, its $15 "nag-free" shareware Entourage, Outlook and Outlook Express Address Book importer. Contact This! v2.0 contains every requested feature from users, according to the developer, including importing address books from Outlook and Outlook Express for Windows, tool tips, find & find next, resizable columns, sorting by last or first name and customizable categories.
Neterate Software releases BusyCalc
Neterate Software has announced the release of BusyCalc v1.0, a simple calculator application for the Mac OS. The $8 utility can perform trigonometric functions and has memory features. A Mac OS X version will ship soon.
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