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Trimble Yuma rugged tablet
Trimble has introduced the Yuma, a tablet PC that expands the company's line of rugged devices. The tablet offers a seven-inch WVGA touchscreen that is claimed to be sunlight readable, while computing is handled by a 1.6GHz Atom processor. Data is stored in a 32GB solid state drive to avoid the use of moving parts, while allowing operation in temperatures ranging from -30°C to 60°C.
iPhone Mini Microphone
USBfever has launched two new products in its line of iPhone/iPod touch accessories, the Mini Microphone and a 3-in-1 Combo Charger Kit. The Mini Microphone is a small high-quality microphone that plugs into an iPhone 3G, iPod touch 2G, and Nano 4G. Designed as a small lightweight capsule, the microphone requires no batteries and is powered by the device it's plugged into. Mini Microphone is compatible with the Nano 4G without any added software, and requires either iTalk Recorder or Easy Recorder in order to work on the iPhone 3G and iPod touch 2G.
Apple refurbs: MBPs
Six refurbished unibody MacBook Pro configurations are currently being offered at Apple's online store along with a variety of other Mac models and iPods. Starting at $1699 is the 2.4GHz MBP with 2GB of memory and a 250GB hard drive. For $2149 is the 2.53GHz model with 4GB of memory and 320GB hard drive. For $50 more ($2199) is the 2.4GHz model with 2GB of memory and a 128GB Solid State Drive. Three more configurations are also available. Check out the Apple store for a complete list of MBP configurations.
Macuarium 10 anniversary
In brief: Toolfarm a source for professional visual effects and motion graphics plug-ins has announced that it has acquired Pluginz. ToolFarm views this acquisition as a natural step in growing their site into a one-stop shop service. MacNN readers are now being offered a 30% discount on several video tutorials from Computer App Training. The latest releases include tips and tricks on working with iMovie '09 and Photoshop CS4. Separately, Macuarium, a spanish Mac news site, is celebrating its tenth anniversary and has released a special icon pack for its readers to celebrate.
Windows 7 RC Apr 10 Leak
Microsoft's near-final Release Candidate version of Windows 7 could be due in less than two months, a source within Microsoft tells Neowin. The company is reportedly making progress according to its exact schedule and will purportedly launch the RC build for both testers and the public on April 10th. The update would come just three months after the public beta build and would give Microsoft a full eight months to produce the fully finished version that represents the last milestone.
Timer 6 update
Apimac has announced the latest update to its professional stop watch and alarm clock application for the Mac, Timer 6. The software is designed to help with time management and comes in two versions-- free and Pro. In the newest update, Apimac has made improvements to the interface, various code optimizations, and fixes a series of reported bugs. In addition, Timer 6 also offers support for Automator workflows in the Pro version of the application.
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