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Logitech’s new MX Anywhere 2 wireless mouse was met with much fanfare and excitement following its release earlier this month. Power users have long sung the praises of Logitech’s Anywhere and Master MX wireless devices, so the ultra-portable follow-up was a much anticipated release.
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Video gamer producer Funcom has announced that LEGO Minifigures Online will be coming to iOS, Mac, PC and Android devices next week. The June 29th launch will bring all of the platforms together allowing gamers to collect minifigures and battle together online, no matter what device they are using.
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Mac OS X ▪ June 4
Update (6/4 3:30pm): Apple has now officially selected 2Do as the new Free App of the Week.
The very popular 2Do task management universal iOS app has gone free for the first time since it was originally released over three years ago. It regularly goes for $15 and has not been under $9.99 in over a year. With 18,000+ reviewers rating it 4.5/5 stars since its release, this app is certainly worth a download.
2Do takes a “completely different approach” to task management. Its flat and clean interface removes any distractions so users can focus on the work at hand. Most notably, 2Do has been updated with Apple Watch support and works with many popular services like Dropbox, Apple’s Reminders and Siri. It has a companion Mac app that has received a 50% price drop, down to $24.99, coinciding with the iOS version going free.
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Mac OS X ▪ June 3
One of the struggles of working away from an office or desk is finding a suitable option for a mouse. There are plenty of wireless solutions out there but they often struggle to meet the needs of professionals for a variety of reasons.
Today, Logitech has announced a new portable wireless mouse that takes its design cues from the popular Master MX. Head below for full details on the new Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mouse. expand full story
Mac OS X ▪ March 24
BuyDig offers the Canon MG2520 all-in-one Inkjet Printer + Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 (Mac/Windows) for $49.99 shipped. Note: price is reflected when product is added to cart. The printer alone typically goes for $30+ at retailers such as Amazon, while Photoshop Elements 12 is listed at $78. The original value of this bundle is $170, today’s deal brings significant savings even if you are only interested in the software. Adobe Elements 12 is compatible with Mac OS X and Windows, it is bundled as a disc in this deal.
If you are looking for a quality alternative to Apple’s new Photo app, Photoshop Elements 12 offers all of the same editing tools with some higher end features as well. Elements 12 is a full photo editing solution with built-in organization, image correction tools and other features such as panorama stitching and Adobe Revel for accessing your work while on the go.
The included Canon MG2520 prints in color using a hybrid inkjet system that prints up to eight pages a minute.
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Update (3/11 8:00am): Amazon has matched many of Best Buy’s sale prices, see below for specifics.
Best Buy is discounting a number of now previous generation Apple MacBooks following yesterday’s keynote address, which brought modest updates to its line of MacBook Air and Pro computers. Today’s offer takes up to 25% off the list price of both MacBook Air and MacBook Pro with Retina display models. You’ll be able to save an extra $50 with a .edu email address as well. Free shipping is available on all orders.
Here is the full list of discounts:
- 11.6″ (MD711LL/B) 1.4GHz/4GB/128GB: $799.99 or $749.99 w/ .edu (orig. $899)
- 11.6″ (MD712LL/B) 1.4GHz/4GB/256GB: $999.99 or $949.99 w/ .edu (orig. $1,099)
- 13.3″ (MD760LL/B) 1.4GHz/4GB/128GB: $799.99 or $749.99 w/ .edu (orig. $999)
- 13.3″ (MD761LL/B) 1.4GHz/4GB/256GB: $1,099.99 or $1,049.99 w/ .edu (orig. $1,199)
MacBook Pro w/ Retina display:
- 13.3″ (MGX72LL/A) 2.6GHz/8GB/128GB: $1,149.99 or $1,099.99 w/ .edu (orig. $1,299)
- $1,059.99 at B&H
- 13.3″ (MGX82LL/A) 2.6GHz/8GB/256GB: $1,349.99 or $1,299.99 w/ .edu (orig. $1,499)
- $1,259.99 at B&H
- 13.3″ (MGX92LL/A) 2.8GHz/8GB/512GB: $1,649.99 or $1,599.99 w/ .edu (orig. $1,799)
Mac OS X ▪ February 25
Technology has created a much more accessible world, with nearly everything right at our fingertips. The thing is, sometimes we still just want easier access to a button, switch or that USB port in the back of your computer. Satechi has set out to solve this problem with three Bluetooth-enabled buttons meant to interact with a myriad of devices.
The BT Button Series is a trilogy of stick-on thin circles that pair with a device via Bluetooth and enables the user to complete certain tasks. They come in a slim circle design with an aluminum metal outer edge and are compatible with iOS devices and Android OS 4.4.4 or later. From selfies to Siri, these products have an eye for making digital life just a touch more accessible – head below to find out how.
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MacMall offers the Apple 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display (ME864LL/A) 2.4GHz/4GB/128GB for $999.99 shipped after mail-in rebate. Instructions and rebate information can be found here. This is a savings of $300 off the regular price and the lowest that we can currently find it. Also, keep in mind that MacMall only charges tax at the time of purchase for buyers in nine states (CA, CO, GA, IL, MN, NC, NY, TN, and WI).
It features a 2.4GHz Haswell dual-core Intel Core i5 processor and a Retina display, LED-backlit with IPS technology, an Intel Iris Graphics; 802.11ac Wi-Fi wireless networking and up to 9 hours of battery life.
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