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Illusion Mage Creates Stunning 3D Animations Your Wallet Will Love
Are you looking for an easy way to make animated movies, cartoons and games? Well, then take a look at Illusion Mage An Easy Animation Software for both Mac and PC teaches you to create stunning, cutting edge 3D Animations just like Pixar, Disney and Dreamworks, the professionals you see on television and in the [...]Read more...
SEO & Keyword Research using Market Samurai software Free Download! Why Consider Market Samurai? Market Samurai helps online marketers better than any other software around. This incredible all-in-one tool has not just one function, but many indispensable functions to keep you on track and save you hours of time in the process. Take a look [...]Read more...
Lexar’s USB CompactFlash Memory Card Reader is a fast, reliable and very easy solution to downloading your photos to your PC or Mac.
It’s plug and play, portable, needs no external AC power and takes Type I and Type II Compact Flash Cards. And at a price of only $4.99 or less, you definitely can afford to have one of these convenient gadgets.
Don’t you just love technology!Read more...
Product News & Views
The Apple iPad goes on sale to the public Saturday, April 3, 2010. Is the iPad right for you? We take a look at Apple’s new piece of technology and what it has to offer the first time around.
Wi-Fi Model prices:
16GB – $499.00 • 32GB – $599.00 • 64GB – $699.00
Wi-Fi Plus 3G Model Prices: (3G data plans through AT&T sold separately)
16GB – $629.00 • 32GB – $729.00 • 64GB – $829.00
AT&T 3G Data plans for iPad
Data per month / Price per month
The Amazon Kindle 6″ 3G Wireless Reader is a pretty sleek device for reading your favorite books, magazines, blogs and newspapers. When I was first introduced to the Kindle, I thought it would be another useless device that would end up sitting in the closet or desk somewhere, but when I seen everything this device could do, I was amazed.
The Kindle’s popularity is well deserved, this little unit can hold up to 1,500 books, is lightweight at 10.2 ounces and has what is referred to a “Paper-Like Display” with 16 levels of gray making photos and images look extremely sharp on the display screen, not to mention the clarity when reading words, which looks very similar to reading from the paper on a book or magazine, with absolutely no screen glare even in bright sunlight.Read more...