updated 02:10 pm EDT, Wed April 30, 2008
New iMac RAM upgrades
In brief: We have a review of PowerPhones Pro headphones, RAM upgrades for the new iMacs are available, a guide to FileMaker-driven Web sits debuts, and an iPod cord wrap for tangle-less headphones has been released... We have posted a review of the PowerPhones Pro headphones, which ship in a simple easily recyclable cardboard box, but inside the earphones are tucked in a stylish silver case. A velvet storage bag and an extra set of flanged silicone ear buds for smaller ears are carefully packed under foam in the case. For the price, I expected a second set of each size in a zip-lock bag, as are found in many other comparably priced earphones. The unique PowerPhones Pro design makes them easier to use when moving. An around-the-neck lanyard doubles as a headphone wire and the weight of the headphone wires reduced the possibility of the ear buds accidentally popping out of the ears.
RAM upgrades for new iMacs available
Trans International today announced the worldwide availability of 1GB, 2GB and 4GB DDR2 800Mhz (PC2-6400)200 Pin SO-DIMM for the newly released Apple iMac Intel Core2 Duo (2.4Ghz, 2.66Ghz, 2.8GHz and 3.06Ghz). Transintl.com is currently shipping the 4GB Kit for $108.00, 2GB (Single Module) for $56 and 1GB (Single Module) for $28.
Other World Computing has also announced new Memory Upgrade Kits of 1GB, 2GB and 4GB for Apple’s new iMac Core 2 Duo 20"2.4GHz, 2.66GHz, 24” 2.8GHz and 3.06GHz models. Prices are as follows: 1GB Memory Module - $30, 2GB Memory Module - $60, 4GB Kit - $120.
Guide to FileMaker-driven Web sits debuts
FMWebschool has released a new guide to creating FileMaker driven websites with FMStudio. This new 300 page book guides you step-by-step through the process of creating websites powered by FileMaker Pro - without writing code. "Most FileMaker developers when asked have no idea how to create a FileMaker website. They would like to, but they fear the complexities and the time investments. The thought of learning another programming language is about as appealing as having a root canal. We have created another path that doesn't involve a trip to the dentist."
iPod cord wrap for tangle-less headphones
Agent 18 has announced the new Cord Wrap headphone management system. Comprised of light-weight plastic and measuring just one inch in diameter, this system keeps headphone cords at a manageable length while in use. The Cord Wrap can easily clip onto your pockets thanks to the handy metal clip located on the back of the system. Agent 18’s new Cord Wrap is availablefor $5 and free shipping is currently being offered.