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Briefly: Satechi releases wireless keypad, Indeeo updates iDraw to 2.3

updated 11:00 pm EDT, Wed July 3, 2013

Satechi's Bluetooth Wireless Smart Keypad compliments Apple workspaces

Accessory maker Satechi launched its Bluetooth Wireless Smart Keypad yesterday, for use in an Apple user's workspace. The number keypad can toggle between a calculator mode and a keypad mode, allowing for both arithmetic operations and basic prompt-inputting functions. The Bluetooth Wireless Smart Keypad is small enough to be easily portable, and features a large LCD screen that displays up to twelve digits at a time. The keypad is available for $35 at Satechi and Amazon.

Indeeo's beta version of iDraw 2.3 available for free

Indeeo announced a free public release of iDraw 2.3 Beta today. iDraw is a powerful graphic design and vector illustration application for OS X, and in version 2.3 users can import and export Photoshop PSD files, fully editable within the application. OpenGL-optimized vector drawing is also included, which allows for faster rendering of complex projects, and lag-free scrolling and zooming. Other notable new features include eight new blend modes, angle gradients, smart image masking, new path editing tools, and more. Available as a free download, users can submit feedback directly through the iDraw 2.3 beta or on Facebook. iDraw 2.2 is available for $25 at the Mac App Store.




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