November 30, 2012

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The eighth-generation iMac was announced at the company’s late-October media event, where Apple Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller called it, “the most beautiful iMac we have ever made.” Right on track, the 21.5-inch iMac is now available on the company’s online store and is available across a slew of third-party retail stores this afternoon. The 27-inch model will ship starting in “2-3 weeks” in the United States and Canada, while overseas (Australia/EU is “15-19 days”) is looking at up to 20 days—making a Christmas delivery tight.

(MacConnection has the best prices: $20 off, while MacMall knocks $5 off but adds Parallels ($79.99 value) and configuration/financing options. B&H Photo, Amazon, and  Best Buy also seem to be getting some stock soon. iMac Product page prices updated daily!) expand full story

November 28, 2012

With iPad mini introducing a brand new set of dimensions for case manufacturers, most have not been as quick as with previous iPad launches to get products on the market. In the first couple of weeks of the product’s launch, only a handful of well-known accessory makers were taking orders, and we unfortunately saw many cheap 7-inch Android cases repurposed and sold as iPad mini compatible.

Apple’s new Lightning connector standard was of course another hurdle, and means there are not nearly as many available third-party docks, keyboards, adapters, etc., as iOS device owners have come to expect.

Below, we have put together a guide to the best of the best iPad mini accessories we could find that are currently available to order and shipping before the holidays:

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November 26, 2012

We detailed many of the bigger Cyber-Monday Deals last night from  MacConnection, Amazon, Best Buy, Ebay, B&H, OWC and MacMall but more keep popping up at 9to5Toys.com.

As always, check our Apple product pages for the latest best prices on iPadsiPad MinisiPod TouchNanoShuffleMacBook ProsAirsiMacsMac Minis, and Apple TVs.

We’ll continue to update with notables below:

Doxie Go portable scanner is $30 off at Amazon today 

Altec Lansing Bliss Earphones with Inline Remote + Mic $6.49+$5 shipping

SanDisk Ultra 64 GB SDXC Class 10 Flash Memory Card 30MB/s: $32.99

Refurb Apple AirPort Express 802.11n WiFi Base Station for $40 + free shipping (Extreme: $120, Time Capsule: $180)

Acer 22-inch 1080P LED Display: $85

Lots of Good Apple stuff at ABT….and Dell (if you scroll past the computers!)…and Staples!

Vizio 37″ 1080P HDTV, 4 HDMI ports, 10W stereo speakers: $280

Up to 60% off Panasonic 3D HDTVs.

Zagg drops prices across the board from 20% to 50%

Amazon Kindle Fire $129, today only, $89 at Cowboom used.

Sam’s Club 4x $25 iTunes gift cards: $79.88 (over 20% off). More Cyber at Sam’s Club.

Virgin knocks up to 70% off its hotspots.

Best Buy has 15% off all cards.

Lipstick-style 2200mA Battery backup for iPhone, USB devices: $5

BodyGuardz, Apple device protection, 50% off sitewide

$40 Off $200 w/code CYBER40, at OfficeMax.com

Up to $20 off iPods at Best Buy. uBid has a bunch of deals including iPad2s for $339

New Apple MacBook Pro MD101LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop (NEWEST VERSION) $989

$20 Camcorder at Just Deals

Save 50% on your Macworld hotel at Hotels.com

New Apple iPad 4th Generation Retina Display 16GB WiFi $475 + free shipping

Parallels 8 Bundle $59 (also includes Snagit, Virus Barrier, MacOptimizer, and Rubbernet)

MacLegion Holiday Bundle 10 great apps including Fantastical, djay, and TechTool on your Mac for $50

Monster Steam Games Autumn Sale

The iStack Mac Bundle 2.0 $49 (10 apps: Camtasia 2, FX Photo Studio Pro, Printopia, more! $782 Value)

Call of Duty: Black Ops + Rezurrection and Annihilation & Escalation Packs 1.16: $49.99

Dragon Dictate: $149 

Adobe’s Cyber-deals

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November 25, 2012

The above ad has entered heavy rotation this weekend, while Best Buy has new deals on Apple- and Apple-related products (including $25 off $250+ purchases):

Best Buy takes 15 percent off all iTunes Gift Cards, both physical and digital, with free shipping.

Best Buy also continues to have significant discounts on iPod Touches, Nanos and Shuffles, as well as the rest of Apple products (including refurbished Airports starting at $39).

The competition is also moving, as MacMall continues to have big savings with its Cyber Monday sale and impressive “Door busters”:

11.6″ MacBook Air dual-core Intel Core i5 1.7GHz, 4GB & 64GB Flash Storage $849.99 ($150 off) 13.3″ MacBook Air dual-core Intel Core i5 1.8GHz, 4GB & 128GB Flash Storage $1,019.99 ($180 off) iPad 2 16GB Wifi: $329 ($70 off and the lowest price we’ve ever seen new)

…while Amazon continues to match many competitive prices.

Of note, MacConnection’s Tech Holiday sale has some pretty remarkable prices, including: MacBook Airs starting at $699Retina MacBook Pros starting at $1,559  ($140 off Apple’s Price), and Mac Minis starting at $549.

As always, check our Apple product pages for the latest best prices on iPadsiPad MinisiPod TouchNanoShuffleMacBook ProsAirsiMacsMac Minis, and Apple TVs. More of our holiday shopping coverage below: expand full story

November 23, 2012

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Talk about good timing. A few days before Sandy hit our town, Hyper sent me its new MacBook + iOS charging external battery device, the Hyperjuice MBP2-100.

Hyper has made external MacBook/Air/Pro batteries for years, and if you’ve ever been to an Apple (or any big technology) keynote event, many of the live bloggers have their rigs hooked up to them. HyperJuice’s latest line, dubbed the “MBP2 series”, expands on the capabilities of the big power batteries…

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With Apple’s latest MFi summit taking place earlier this month to school accessory makers on adopting Apple’s new smaller Lightning connector standard, many accessories from reputable companies are quickly starting to roll out. Unfortunately, the delay in getting the new standard out to third-party accessory manufacturers means many well-known companies might not get a product on the market in time for the holidays. Some that have released products are unable to keep up with demand and ship before the Dec 25.

For those of you looking for a Lightning dock, car chargers, adapter, or any other accessory before the holidays, we put together a guide to all the Lightning accessories currently available to order.

Many of the products below are also discounted for Black Friday and through the weekend: expand full story

Here are all of our Black Friday Deal posts and product pages updated by the minute:

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Black Friday Deals on peripherals and accessories

(We’ll be updating this list all day/week, also hit 9to5Toys for the latest.)

Spotlight Top DealsApple TV 1080p MD199LL/A (Newest Version) $85 + free shipping  & Apple iPod touch 16GB (4th Generation) Black or white $165 (Reg. $199)

USB Storage: 32GB PNY USB Stick at Best Buy: $12.99 16GB Sandisk Cruzer Fit $8.99, 32GB: $15.99 Seagate Expansion 3 TB USB 3.0 Desktop External Hard Drive: $99, 2TB: $79 Centon 128GB DataStick Sport USB 2.0 Flash Drive: $59 WD My Passport 2TB Silver Portable USB Hard Drive with Free Case: $129 (Careful of the Mac Tax) WD 1TB Elements USB 3.0 Hard Drive: $50 after rebate + free shipping

iDevice Accessories iSkin Premium accessories for iPhone, iPod, Mac Save up to 65% BodyGuardz, Apple device protection 40% sitewide discount for everyone, 50% for returning customers OtterBox including iPhone 5 & iPad Mini Cases up to 15% CASE1449 iPhone cases & accessories (Including iPhone 5 bumpers) 25% off Griffin Technology iPhone, iPad, iPod cases & accessories 20% off Griffin Powerjolt SE – Lightning cable car charger for iPhone 5, iPad mini, iPod $19 + free shipping Red Cross Solar/Crank rechargeable emergency radio USB charger: $19.99

SSDs/HDDs Seagate 3TB 7200RPM Bare drive: $99 Hitachi 4TB Deskstar 3.5″ SATA III Internal Hard Drive: $189

SD Cards: SanDisk 32GB Class 10 SD card: $17.99

Cameras: Canon PowerShot S100 12.1-Megapixel Digital Camera+ 8GB SD Card: $229 Canon EOS 5D Mark III Digital SLR Camera (Body): $2499 Pentax K-01 Mirrorless Camera w/ 40mm Lens:$417 Canon EOS Rebel T3 12MP DSLR w/ 18-55mm Lens: $400 Canon EOS 7D Body (Refurb): $959 More Canon Deals

Printers:

Canon WiFi PIXMA MX892 Multifunction Printer: $59.99 Canon – PIXMA MX432 Wireless All-In-One Printer: $49 Brother HL-2240 Monochrome Laser Printer: $49.98 Brother Multifunction Network Laser Printer: $100

Misc:

Apple Magic Mouse for only $35 with free shipping

Beats by Dr. Dre headphones discounts up to $30 off at Walmart

Klipsch Image S4i Earphones:$49

myCharge Peak Portable Battery: $59

iCade 8-Bitty – Retro Wireless Game Controller for iPhone/iPad $20 (Reg. $30)

iCADE – iPad Arcade Cabinet $69 (Reg. $100)

Powerbags at Groupon $39.99 (Scroll Down). We reviewed and loved these guys.

ToysRUs $20 gift card for $10

Logitech M525 Cordless Optical Mouse: $10 after rebate + free shipping

Apple’s Black Friday sales started going live online earlier today in a number of Apple Stores around the world, including: Australia, New Zealand, Germany, United Kingdom, and more. Now, Apple’s deals for the United States and Canada are live with the expected $100 in savings on MacBooks and smaller savings for iPads, iPods, and select accessories.

While Apple’s deals are in line with what we expected from previous years, most of these products can be found even cheaper through third-party retailers today. We have put together a list of all the Black Friday prices on the U.S. Apple Store below. Next to each item, you’ll also find the lowest price that we could find from third parties—most of which provided an even better deal than Apple:

-iPad with Retina display | From $458 (Save $41) Best Price: BestBuy from $439 -iPad 2 | From $368 (Save $31) Best Price: BestBuy from $339 Alternative Best Price option: eBay Daily Deals from $339 (16GB WiFi) -iPod touch | From $268 (Save $31) Best Price: Best Buy from $294+$50 gift card -iPod touch 4th generation | From $178  (Save $21 ) Best Price: Best Buy from $194 +$50 gift card -iPod nano | From $138 (Save $11) Best Price: Best Buy from $144 + $20 gift card

-MacBook Pro with Retina Display | From $1,598 (Save $101) Best Price: Amazon from $1,593 -MacBook Pro | From $1,098 (Save $101) Best Price: Amazon from $1,024 -MacBook Air | From $898 (Save $101) Best Price: Amazon from $893

Check our Apple Product pages for the lowest prices across the board as well as 9to5Toys.com for the latest updates. More Apple comparisons coming, below: expand full story

November 22, 2012

Black Friday – Best deals on Mac Software

We’ll be updating this post throughout the day and the weekend.

Take 20 percent off of anything at iTunes or the Mac App Store with a $100 Gift Card for only $80 at Best Buy

Adobe:

  • Photoshop Lightroom $99

Pixelmator$14.99

Microsoft Office 2011 Mac: Starts at $79.99

Parallels 8: Boxed/Download $49

Parallels 8 Bundle $59 (also includes Snagit, Virus Barrier, MacOptimizer, and Rubbernet)

MacLegion Holiday Bundle 10 great apps including Fantastical, djay, and TechTool on your Mac for $50

Monster Steam Games Autumn Sale

The iStack Mac Bundle 2.0 $49 (10 apps: Camtasia 2, FX Photo Studio Pro, Printopia, more! $782 Value)

Plum Amazing Mini-Bundle: $39

60-Hour Black Friday Sale at MacMall.com: Up to $799 off macs, tablets, accessories and more with free shipping on orders over $25. Ends Nov. 23 at midnight PST .

Apple’s international Black Friday sale goes live, $100 off MacBook Air/Pros, savings on iPads and iPods

Update:  Apple Store down in many countries. Black Friday sales are now available at United Kingdom, Finland, France, Poland, Germany, Sweden, and the Netherlands’ Apple Stores.

Apple’s Black Friday deals are now officially live on the Australian and New Zealand Apple Stores with the expected $100 off MacBooks and savings on iPods, iPads, and other products typical of Apple’s sales in previous years. Apple has a page displaying all products that are on sale for Black Friday here, and it includes slight discounts on all the new iPods, iPad 4, iPad 2, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, smart covers, EarPods, and other accessories. We’ve already seen lots of Black Friday deals offering even more savings than Apple, with better prices for iPods and iPads at Best Buy and MacBooks on Amazon and MacMall.

-iPad with Retina display | From A$ 498.00 (Save A$ 41.00) -iPad 2 | From A$ 398.00 (Save A4 31.00) -iPod touch | From $A 298.00 (Save A$ 31.00) -iPod touch 4th generation | From A$ 194.00 (Save A$ 25.00) -iPod nano | From A$ 158.00 (Save A$ 11.00)

-MacBook Pro with Retina Display | From A$ 1,794.00 (Save A$ 105.00) -MacBook Pro | From A$ 1,244.00 (Save A$ 105.00) -MacBook Air | From A$ 994.00 (Save A$ 105.00)

-AirPort Express Base Station | A$ 108.00 (Save A$ 11.00) -AirPort Extreme Base Station | A$ (Save A$ 21.00) -Time Capsule | A$ 298.00 (Save A$ 21.00)

-Magic Mouse | A$ 64.00 (Save A$ 11.00) -Magic Trackpad | A$ 64.00 (Save A$ 11.00) -Apple Wireless Keyboard | A$ 64.00 (Save A$ 11.00)

-iPad Smart Case A$ 44.00 (Save A$ 15.00) -iPad Smart Cover– Polyurethane | A$ 34.00 (Save A$ 11.00) -iPad Smart Cover– Leather | A$ 58.00 (Save A$ 21.00)

-Apple In-Ear Headphones with Remote and Mic | A$ 88.00 (Save A$ 11.00) -Apple EarPods with Remote and Mic | A$ 28.00 (Save A$ 7.00)

Check our Apple Product pages for the lowest prices across the board as well as 9to5Toys.com for the latest updates…

Black Friday week daily deal roundup – Thanksgiving Edition

From 9to5Toys.com:

All Black Friday week long, the 9to5 team is going to share with our readers our handpicked best deals of the day from 9to5toys.com. Many of these deals are temporary and go fast, so be sure to check 9to5toys early and often all week long.

Thanksgiving Day deal roundup:

Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 Touchpad Keyboard: $23

Apple iPad 4th Generation w/ Retina display starting at $439 & iPad 2 starting at $339

Apple iTunes $100 gift card for only $80

Free $50 Gift Card with Apple 32GB iPod touch (5th Generation)

Black Friday Apple iOS game & app deal fiesta (discounts up to 90%)

Beats by Dr. Dre headphones discounts up to $30 off at Walmart

At iHelicopters.net get $10USD off with coupon code “9TO5MAC”. Valid on all items, no strings attached. That’s 10-25% off!

Roku HD Streaming Player $40 (Reg. $60)

Griffin Powerjolt SE – Lightning cable car charger for iPhone 5, iPad mini, iPod $19 + free shipping

Black Friday Apple iOS game & app deal fiesta (discounts up to 90%)

Apple Magic Mouse (Refurbished) $35 + free shipping

Gamefly $12 off the purchase of 2 used games + free shipping

AyeGear clothing that holds your technology products: 10% off with promo code “9TO5Mac”

Thanksgiving week DVD & Blu-ray deal bonanza (Star Wars, Ocean’s Trilogy, Sons of Anarchy, Walking Dead, Prometheus, Breaking Bad) & a buy one get one free Blu-ray promo

Seller states this deal is “almost gone” Monster Beats by Dr. Dre iBeats Earbuds $45 + free shipping

Apple AirPort Extreme 802.11 Wireless N Router Base Station MD031LL/A $138

Valid until 11/30 MacX DVD Ripper Pro free download

More will be added all day at…

November 21, 2012

Black Friday week daily deal roundup – Wednesday Edition

From 9to5Toys.com:

All Black Friday week long, the 9to5 team is going to be sharing with our readers our handpicked best deals of the day from 9to5toys.com  Many of these deals are temporary and go fast so be sure to check 9to5toys early and often all week long.

Wednesday November 21 deal roundup:

Apple iPad 3rd Generation Save $50 and get a free Best Buy $75 gift card (32GB / 64GB WiFi Models)

Griffin Powerjolt SE – Lightning cable car charger for iPhone 5, iPad mini, iPod $19 + free shipping

Western Digital WD Elements 2 TB USB 2.0 Desktop External Hard Drive $90 + free shipping

Roku 2 XS 1080p HD Streaming Video Player w/ HDMI Cable, WiFi, Angry Birds & more $59 + free shipping

Refurbished Apple Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard for $40 + free shipping

Black Friday Apple iOS game & app deal fiesta (discounts up to 90%)

Toshiba 50″ Class LED HDTV 1080p $499 + free shipping

Gamefly $12 off the purchase of 2 used games + free shipping

AyeGear clothing that holds your technology products: 10% off with promo code “9TO5Mac”

Half off Panasonic Lumix Cameras at Amazon, 12MP DMC-GF2 4/3rds starts at $280

Thanksgiving week DVD & Blu-ray deal bonanza (Star Wars, Ocean’s Trilogy, Sons of Anarchy, Walking Dead, Prometheus, Breaking Bad) & a buy one get one free Blu-ray promo

Seller states this deal is “almost gone” Monster Beats by Dr. Dre iBeats Earbuds $45 + free shipping

Apple AirPort Extreme 802.11 Wireless N Router Base Station MD031LL/A $138

Valid until 11/30 MacX DVD Ripper Pro free download

More will be added all day at…

November 20, 2012

Logitech announced its 720p HD Wi-Fi Broadcaster webcam that wirelessly transmits to any Mac, iPhone, or iPad just last month, and we at 9to5Mac were able to get our hands on a review unit and have been testing it thoroughly over the last few days.

The webcam is specifically geared toward “video professionals, bloggers and hobbyists,” as it allows instant live streaming with Ustream and gives users the ability to toggle between the device and their computer’s built-in camera for second-angle POV shooting. The webcam is further compatible with most popular Mac video applications, such as QuickTime, PhotoBooth, iMovie, FinalCut Pro, FaceTime, iChat, Skype, etc., and it transmits from up to 50 feet away. Oh, and it comes with a plastic carrying case that doubles as a stand.

For more than the basic spec rundown above, check out the video and hands-on review below. Then, when you’re done, pick one up at Amazon for $199—you will not be disappointed. The Broadcaster is an ideal Christmas gift for any loved one or friend who is heavy into vlogging, YouTubing, live streaming, or even podcasting with Google Hangouts.

The hands-on review and gallery are below.

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Nielsen is out today with the results of a new study to gauge interest in buying mobile devices and gaming consoles leading into the holidays in the United States. Much like last year, Apple’s iOS devices remain among the highest ranking with kids ages 6 to 12, while the iPhone and iPad also get top spots in the 13+ category.

As you can see from Nielsen’s charts above and below, the full-sized, 9.7-inch iPad gets the top spot in both categories with 48 percent in the 6 to 12 age group (up from 44 percent last year) and 21 percent in the 13+ group. As for the iPad mini, it was less desirable among kids, coming in at 36 percent for kids ages 6 to 12, just behind the Nintendo Wii U and iPod touch in second and third positions.

Approximately half the children surveyed expressed interest in the full-sized iPad (up from 44% last year), and 36 percent in the new iPad Mini. The iPod Touch and iPhone are also coveted devices among these young consumers (36% and 33%, respectively).  Kids are also likely to ask for dedicated gaming hardware this holiday, with 39 percent excited to own Nintendo’s just-released console offering, Wii U, and 29 percent indicating they want a device from that company’s portable DS family.

While game consoles dominated the top spots when Apple devices didn’t, the 13+ age group showed interest in non-iPad tablets with 18 percent of the group interested in buying over the next 6 months. Mobile devices from Microsoft, Amazon, and Samsung didn’t do as well, coming in at under 20 percent for both groups and 6 percent and under for the Surface: expand full story

Black Friday week daily deal roundup – Tuesday Edition

From 9to5Toys.com:

All Black Friday week long, the 9to5 team is going to be sharing with our readers our handpicked best deals of the day from 9to5toys.com  Many of these deals are temporary and go fast so be sure to check 9to5toys early and often all week long.

Tuesday November 20th deal roundup:

Western Digital WD Elements 2 TB USB 2.0 Desktop External Hard Drive $90 + free shipping

Griffin Powerjolt SE – Lightning cable car charger for iPhone 5, iPad mini, iPod $19 + free shipping

Toshiba 50″ Class LED HDTV 1080p $499 + free shipping

Philips 9in LCD Portable Blu-ray Player $99

Canon EOS Rebel T4i 18MP Digital Camera $680 + shipping

iPhone 5 Carbon Fiber Skin Guard Back Protector (Black or white) $4.99 + free shipping

iPhone 5 custom designed Signature cases $15

Sharp AQUOS 60″ Class LCD 1080p 120Hz $699 (Reg. $1,099)

Gamefly $12 off the purchase of 2 used games + free shipping

AyeGear clothing that holds your technology products: 10% off with promo code “9TO5Mac”

Half off Panasonic Lumix Cameras at Amazon, 12MP DMC-GF2 4/3rds starts at $280

Thanksgiving week DVD & Blu-ray deal bonanza (Star Wars, Ocean’s Trilogy, Sons of Anarchy, Walking Dead, Prometheus, Breaking Bad) & a buy one get one free Blu-ray promo

Seller states this deal is “almost gone” Monster Beats by Dr. Dre iBeats Earbuds $45 + free shipping

Apple AirPort Extreme 802.11 Wireless N Router Base Station MD031LL/A $138

Valid until 11/30 MacX DVD Ripper Pro free download

More will be added all day at…

November 19, 2012

Holiday gift idea for your ancestors: Pyle’s new retro rotary telephone with built-in iPhone dock

Pro, home, and car audio company Pyle is launching a few retro inspired rotary telephones that connect to your mobile devices. The PRT35I, for instance, includes a built-in iPhone dock, a button to switch between iPhone and landline, and a 3.5mm jack for any device that doesn’t fit the dock. It appears to be shipping with a 30-pin connector, so Lightning devices will have to be connected externally.

Pyle has the unit listed for $110 on its website, but you can already find it for under $100 on Amazon.

These classically designed rotary desktop telephones, handcrafted from real wood and adorned with brushed copper parts, work with landlines allowing for normal telephone functions, as well as smartphones. In addition to letting you talk on your smartphone in style, using the handset also helps shield you from up to 99 percent of the radiation absorbed when speaking directly into cellular phones.  The collection is compatible with all 3.5mm jack mobile phones and tablets, including iPhone, Android, Blackberry, iPad and the latest MacBooks.

Pyle is also launching a couple of other models today without built-in iPhone docks, including the PRT55IPRT15I, and PRT25I.

Pyle’s Retro Telephone Collection Features Include:

•    Retro-style telephone with handcrafted wood base and brushed copper parts •    Standard telephone features and functions including last number redial flash function, and ringer high/low selection. •    Compatible with any mobile device with a 3.5mm jack •    Eliminates up to 99% of the radiation absorbed from direct cellphone use •    One button pick-up/hang-up •    One button transfer between landline and smartphone •    PRT35I model also charges your mobile device

Black Friday week daily deal roundup – Monday Edition

From 9to5Toys.com:

All Black Friday week long, the 9to5 team is going to be sharing with our readers our handpicked best deals of the day from 9to5toys.com  Many of these deals are temporary and go fast so be sure to check 9to5toys early and often all week long.

Monday November 19th deal roundup:

Only 4 Macs left at this price Save $390 on Retina 15-inch MacBook Pro 2.6GHz/512GB: $2410 shipped at Amazon (Update sold out)

NBA Jam HD for iPad, temporarily 99 cents (Reg. $4.99)

RCA 46″ Class LCD 1080p 60Hz HDTV $349 (Reg. $599)

Today only: iPhone & iPad game, Asphalt 7, temporarily free (Reg. 99 cents)

AyeGear clothing that holds your technology products: 10% off with promo code 9TO5Mac

Half off Panasonic Lumix Cameras at Amazon, 12MP DMC-GF2 4/3rds starts at $280

Thanksgiving week DVD & Blu-ray deal bonanza (Star Wars, Ocean’s Trilogy, Sons of Anarchy, Walking Dead, Prometheus, Breaking Bad) & a buy one get one free Blu-ray promo

Seller states this deal is “almost gone” Monster Beats by Dr. Dre iBeats Earbuds $45 + free shipping

Valid until 11/30 MacX DVD Ripper Pro free download

Apple AirPort Extreme 802.11 Wireless N Router Base Station MD031LL/A $138

More will be added all day at…

November 18, 2012

The bundles, they don’t get better than this: MacLegion’s $50 holiday bundle (normally $540 – that’s over 90 percent off) includes 10 great apps, and the first 5,000 customers also recieve Alarm Clock Pro (normally $19.99) as a bonus.

As always, MacLegion ensures all the apps included are the latest versions each developer has to offer. MacLegion bundles entitle you to full after-sales support as well as valid upgrade paths for later software releases, just as if you had bought each application from the developers themselves.

Our faves include Flexbits’ Fantastical calendar application, Algoriddim’s djay music mixing system, and the timeless TechTool Pro system utility.

All of the apps and descriptions follow:

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