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Low-end eMac available to all edu customers
MacNN reader Ari Rubin notes that The Apple Store Online (US) Education lists the eMac CD-ROM configuration as available to education individuals at a price of $1,049.00. The configuration was formerly only available to institutions at a price of $999.
Media Four releases XPlay Beta 1
Media Four has posted a beta of its iPod music transfer software for Windows: XPlay Beta 1, which it says is "prettier, slicker, faster, more reliable, and more powerful than the last release. All of the major features are in place, and so is much of the polish." It provides both read and write access to your iPod hard drive for documents and data files, plus the ability to organize your music either from the Explorer-based XPlay interface, or from Windows Media Player.
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