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Matias USB 2.0 Keyboard for Mac

By the power of Greyskull, this keyboard brings power to your fingertips.

Adobe Soundbooth CS3

It whimpers where it should roar.

Ovolab Phlink

Thanks for calling my Mac, dude.

Nikon D40x

Nikon’s new feature-loaded digital SLR produces handsome images that will make professional photographers and serious hobbyists very happy.

Adobe Premiere Pro CS3

It's been a long time since the Mac has seen Premiere - how does it look now that it's all grown up?

Adobe Encore CS3

Say hello to Premiere's little DVD friend.

X-Arcade Tankstick

The Tankstick puts old-school controllers like those at left to shame, both in size and capabilities.  You call yourself a serious gamer - but what are you doing fumbling with keyboard controls and a mouse? You can’t call yourself a serious gamer until you get a nice game controller. If you want to let everyone know you’re really serious, then get a Tankstick.

Adobe After Effects CS3 Professional

The video effects powerhouse, reviewed.

Lego Star Wars II

Didn't Leia have pigtails in Return of the Jedi? An idea that seems to have been more likely spawned at a late-night, beer-filled party than between two major corporate brands, Lego Star Wars II re-creates the original Star Wars trilogy with Lego characters playing the roles. Dozens of them are formed in the same basic plastic shape, and even spaceships and other items are built with the classic bricks, scattering apart when destroyed. Answering, “Why not?” to our dumbfounded, “Why?” this strange juxtaposition laughs at itself, creating a game that’s often funny as well as fun.

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Get Your Game On iPhone

 As soon as Steve Jobs announced developers would be able to create Web 2.0 apps for the iPhone over Safari, we knew it wouldn’t be long before the first games made their appearance. What we didn’t count on, however, was how good those first attempts would look.