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Briefly: Penultimate gains photo support, SnapX now shipping

updated 11:25 am EDT, Tue September 13, 2011

Kanex starts shipping SnapX

Penultimate has been updated with new image support, while Kanex has announced that its SnapX display switcher is now shipping


Penultimate, a handwriting app designed for the iPad, has undergone a recent update that brings new photo and image support. The v3.0 release adds support for importing images from an iPad's photo library or in the case of the iPad 2, directly from the device's camera. Imported images can be positioned and resized within a notebook, as well as annotated with any of the apps included pens. The update has also improved the software's Wrist Protection feature, as well as added a new option paper collection. The Photo Pages collection is available through the in-app Paper Shop for a $1, and offers several simple paper templates for photo albums.

Kanex beings shipping SnapX display switcher

Kanex has announced that its SnapX two-port switcher for Apple Cinema Displays is now shipping. The $70 device clips directly to a Cinema Display's stand and offers two mini DisplayPort and USB connectors, each with five-foot integrated cables. Support is also included for routing the Cinema Display's webcam, speakers, and USB ports to the connected computers, allowing users to control each system with the same keyboard and mouse.




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