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If you’re looking for a gaming keyboard built around responsiveness and competition, then you should lend consideration to SteelSeries’ most recent release — the SteelSeries Apex M500. The M500 is the sequel of sorts to the SteelSeries 6Gv2, and is much leaner and compact than some of the other keyboard offerings in its class. The result? A mechanical gaming-centric keyboard that doesn’t occupy a lot of desk real estate. expand full story

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Starting today, Parallels is offering a new bundle for a limited time that will let you get 81% off 7 great Mac apps with the purchase or upgrade of Parallels Desktop for Mac ($50-$79).

That means if you either purchase Parallels Desktop for $79.99, or upgrade to the latest version for $49.99, you’ll get the following 7 apps free: 1Password, CleanMyMac, Kaspersky for Mac, PDF Expert, PDF Office for iPad & Parallels Access.

Get the Parallels Power Bundle now

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Mac March 2

Popular image editing and manipulation developer Macphun is teaming up with 9to5Toys to offer an exclusive deal on one of its pro apps. Regular $59.99, 9to5Toys users can now get Intensify CK on Mac for just $39.99 (this link will add it directly to your cart with the exclusive discount applied). This is the best individual price we have tracked on the CK (Pro) version. Not to be confused with the standard Intensify app found on the Mac App Store for $14.99, this is the Creative Kit integrated pro version with a deeper level of control and options.

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Mac February 23

9to5Toys has teamed up with GameAgent to offer our readers an exclusive 55% off deal on the popular Civilization: Beyond Earth Collection for Mac (Steam code). That brings the price down to just $27 (Reg. $59.99). This collection of content will run you over $80 on the Mac App Store and $60+ on Steam. This is $3 below our previous mention on Beyond Earth with the RT add-on. 

Civilization: Beyond Earth Collection – 55% off – $27 (Reg. $59.99)

The collection includes the full, critically acclaimed Civilization: Beyond Earth game, and it also comes with the Exoplanets Map Pack and the Rising Tide expansion.

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Update (12/23 8:45am): The promo page has been updated with the following message: “The Special offer is suspended.” We’ll let you know if/when the promo becomes available again.

There are tons of apps on sale right now for the holidays, but this one may take the cake. Mac|Life is giving away free downloads of Pixelmator for Mac. You’ll have to do a bit of legwork (no personal information required!), but it’s definitely worth it. This blockbuster app usually sells for $30 and has never been priced below $15. Continue on for all the details: expand full story

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Mac November 29, 2015

 

ElectronicsValley (Top Rated Plus seller w/ 99.4% feedback rating) via eBay Daily Deals offers Apple’s all-new 12-inch MacBook 1.1GHz/8GB/256GB in Gold or Space Gray for $1,099.99 with free shipping. Thats $199 below retail and a match for the lowest price we’ve ever seen.

This MacBook features a 1.1GHz dual-core Intel Core M processor with Turbo Boost up to 2.4GHz, 8GB of memory and a 256GB PCIe-based flash drive. Apple has included a number of new innovations with its latest MacBook release including USB-C connectivity, Force Touch Trackpad and a refreshed keyboard.

macbook-pro-retina-13-inch-mf839ll-aUpdate (12/1 12:10pm): ElectronicsValley now has the 13-inch 256GB Retina MacBook Pro (Newest version) for $1,249.99 shipped. That’s $249 below retail and the best deal we’ve ever seen.

ElectronicsValley (Top Rated Plus seller w/ 99.4% feedback rating) via eBay Daily Deals offers Apple’s latest 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro 2.7GHz/8GB/128GB (model MF839LL/A) for $1,049.99 shipped. That’s $249 off retail and the best deal we’ve ever seen by $30.

This Retina MacBook Pro features 2.7GHz dual-core Intel i5 processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.1GHz), 8GB of RAM, 128GB PCIe-based Flash Storage, a 3840×2160 display and the new Force Touch trackpad.

Use your savings to buy some discounted iTunes credit: $100 iTunes Gift Card for $80 with email delivery from PayPal (20% off), more

Looking for a different Mac? B&H is still offering some great deals on  tons of different desktops and laptops.

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The original Macintosh 128k remains to be one of the most beloved products to come out of Apple’s design labs. The iconic design started a revolution of portable personal computers that spawned generations of new products. One-off electronics designer Love Hultén has set out to honor this old-school computer with his own take. Just by the looks of its wooden enclosure, he nailed it. But that keyboard though…

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Electronic musicians are always trying to find new ways to create music, and natural human expression has always been at the forefront of that discussion. Whether it’s a typical MIDI keyboard and grid style controller or even glide/touch based input device like iPad, these devices all change the way we perceive and compose music.

A few years back a company called Roli dropped a very unique approach to the typical MIDI keyboard set-up with its Seaboard Grand. The device uses a series of touch and velocity based sensors in the form of a not-so traditional keyboard. It allowed musicians to play electronic instruments with an unprecedented amount of human emotion and expression by way of a series of what the company calls keywaves. At the time, the sky high price tag on the Seaboard made this level of creativity somewhat unattainable to the average musician, but now the company is back with a smaller, more affordable version of its touch/velocity based controller: expand full story

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Nine Inch Nails, Aerosmith, Bassnectar, The Ting Tings and Richie Hawtin are all among the many artists around the world that use Livid instruments. The company is known for its grid-based MIDI and DJ controllers, allowing musicians to bring some of their favorite (just about any) software gear into the real world. While its main offerings consist of larger MIDI/performance controllers, mixers and this odd little Guitar Wing add-on, Livid has condensed years of experience into its new mini-sized music maker: Minim.

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