More Goodies from the Expo - Part Two

More Goodies from the Expo - Part Two


Well, Macworld Expo 2007 has come and gone, and all we're left with are memories, aching tootsies, piles of press packets, and one monstrous head cold. Warning: If you happened to run into me at the Expo and we shook hands, I highly recommend that you start munching tons of vitamin C, posthaste.


If you're like me, what you like best about the Expo is discovering both nifty new stuff and stuff that's not all that new, but which you didn't yet know about. (Actually, if you're really like me, you're a middle-aged, somewhat out-of-shape polack with a bad case of the sniffles, but I digress...) This year I ran into a goodly amount of interesting and/or impressive stuff, some of which I wrote about in my last missive - oh, and since then I've had the chance to listen to that iMainGo iPod speaker case in a more sound-friendly environment than the Expo floor, and I must say I'm quite impressed.


In addition to the items I wrote about on Thursday, here's a round-up of eight more items worthy of your attention, including one of the slickest li'l iPod speaker stands I've ever seen, a great way to achieve painless backup, and another fine RAID array to set my storage-luvin' heart a-flutter.




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iPod junkie

I hope that the Macally TunePro sounds half as good as it looks (though I doubt it -- reality is always such a disappointment...) because it would make the ideal nightstand speaker stand. Thing about it: The alarm goes off and your favorite wake-up tune starts playing, but then you see your own bleary face in the mirrored flat-panel speaker and you're rudely jolted awake. You'll never be late for class again!

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