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1. Apple Airport Express with Air
$108.95
2. Apple M7600LL/E 802.11b AirPort
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3. Apple iPod Camera Connector M9861G/A
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4. Apple M8881LL/A AirPort Extreme
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5. Apple M8799LL/A AirPort Extreme
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6. Apple Airport Express Stereo Connection
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7. APPLE M9034LL/A USB Apple Keyboard
$39.99
8. APPLE M9766G/A iPod Photo Dock
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9. Apple Wireless Pro Mouse - Bluetooth
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10. APPLE M9035G/A Mouse - White
$249.88
11. Airport Extreme Base Station w/
12. Apple 5 GB iPod (M8697LL/A, July
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13. APPLE M9765G/A iPod Photo A/V
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15. Apple M8209LL/A AirPort Base Station
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16. Apple M7696LLA Pro Keyboard for
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17. APPLE M9267G/A DVI To Video Adapter
18. Apple 10 GB iPod (M8740LL/A, July
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1. Apple Airport Express with Air Tunes (M9470LL/A)

our price: $118.74
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Asin: B0002GDIII
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 72
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Product Description

802.11g Wi-Fi base station (also compatible with 802.11b) * when connected to compatible modem or network, provides wireless Internet access to up to 10 computers at a time * minijack output (analog and mini-optical digital) for connection to a stereo system or powered speakers (cables available separately) * USB port for connection to a USB-compatible printer * 10/100 Base-T Ethernet port for connection to a compatible modem or network * weight: 6.7 oz. * dimensions: 1-3/16"W x 3-3/4"H x 3"D * warranty: 1 year ... Read more

Features

  • Enjoy your iTunes music library in virtually any room of your house
  • Share a single broadband Internet connection and USB printer without inconvenient and obtrusive cables
  • Create an instant wireless network on the go
  • Access an AirPort Express wireless network
  • Compatible with Windows XP or 2000; Mac OS X v10.2.7 or later

2. Apple M7600LL/E 802.11b AirPort Card

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Asin: B0000899ZD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 710
Average Customer Review: 4.11 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Compatible with the 802.11b wireless standard
  • Ranges up to 150 feet indoors at 11 Mbps
  • Provides tight security
  • Use with an Apple AirPort Extreme Base Station for added functionality
  • Compatible with AirPort-enabled Apple computers

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars life changing
The wireless revolution has seriously altered the way I work. It didn't seem like it was that big of a deal, to be able to work anywhere in the house on a laptop. And then I was home over Thanksgiving and tried my father's - it was incredible. So, soon after I had my own and I love it - I even ended up getting another one for my wife's laptop.

Whether it's browsing amazon.com late at night in bed, checking morning email in the kitchen while the kids run around, or being able to set up a writing desk anywhere in the house without worrying about an accessible internet port - the airport system is awesome. Even if you only have a desktop computer it's worth it - you can to put the computer in a place where there's no internet plug, without the 40 foot cord draping your wall to connect it. All in all, a wireless system may seem extravagant, but once you have one you'll wonder how you got by without it.

The airport card, along with the base station, allows you to connect several computers, even ones that don't have wireless cards in them (i.e., we have two laptops on the wireless system, and then one iMac that doesn't have an airport card is plugged directly into the base station). You can print, scan - anything - wirelessly, as long as those extra components are connected to the base station.

If you have a big house and the base station won't be centrally located, you may want to look into the antenna. I have a 2500 square foot house and the base station is at one end of it. I can get access from anywhere in the house without the extra antenna, though in one or two places it's a weak signal. My father's house, on the other hand, is over 5000 square feet and the base station is at a far end - you can't even get a signal on the other side of the house. However, he purchased the antenna and the signal is now very strong wherever you are. A warning - you should make sure your airport network is password protected, especially if you get the antenna. The signal will be broadcast through half your neighborhood and if not protected, people can get on and use your airtime, clogging up your bandwidth.

Make sure you get the right card! There's the airport extreme card and the regular airport card (I believe they are both compatible with either base station). Check Apple's website for direct compatibility between your computer and the two different cards. They are different sizes and will only fit in the right kind of slot.

One final word - I've heard from others that certain products from Net Gear or other wireless manufacturers accomplish the same thing as the airport card and base station for much cheaper. I can't attest to the validity of this, but it might be worth looking into. I'd exercise extreme caution, since if you go with Apple products it will be covered with tech support, even if it's more expensive. And putting third party hardware in your computer will likely void the warranty on your computer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Watch out, this does not fit an Apple iBook G4!
Recommend and rating, hard to say. My intent is to make sure that people don't make the same stupid mistake that I did! An Apple iBook G4 can only accept an "airport extreme" card. I suspect that most of the latest generation ibooks, powerbooks, and powerpcs and etc can only take the extreme card.

Do your homework beforing buying the M7600LL card.

5-0 out of 5 stars Adapter Comments
Just to clear things up a bit further on the adapter business. When Apple started selling Airport-capable systems and cards, the cards could be used with the CRT iMac or an iBook or Powerbook. Rather than build a special slot in the iMac that you could slide the card into, the card came with a little wraparound bit that had a socket on it which plugged into the iMac. If you were going to use the card in an iBook or Powerbook, you didn't need the adaptor, the card slides into a slot. I guess after awhile they decided to including the adapter was a bit wasteful if a large segment of the buyers weren't going to use it, so they made it an optional extra. The fact that their newer systems didn't need the adapter, and that sales of the CRT iMac were slowing down probably had something to do with it as well.

I've bought 3 Airport cards myself for various systems, and have been very impressed with the ease of use and reliability of the product.

5-0 out of 5 stars it works like a dream
I am a recent convert and just got a new 12-inch powerbook. The retailer who sold it to me was supposed to have installed the airport card themselves, but they did not. The airport card came separately and I decided to install it myself. Not only was it the easiest thing to install in the world, it began working immediately. I'm impressed with how non-technical you need to be and how smoothly you can just do all these things that I would never have dreamt of doing myself in the PC world.

1-0 out of 5 stars If only it worked
Switched to Mac? Switch back.

I built an 802.11b network for the PCs in my house. I set up everything and had it working and tested for a few weeks before tackling the Airport install. Since I'm not usually a Mac user, I thought I'd make sure everything else was working first.

Well, it was the right decision. 8 months later, my Airport card still does not work. I put it in our iBook, and it's recognized, but there is an error message that locks up all the wireless applications and configuration, so the Airport is useless. Yes, I have the right OS version, and I've gotten the latest drivers and applications, but nothing works.

I'll try again, sometime, but it's just really hard to get psyched up for hours and hours of beating your head against the wall, trying to get something to work.

Hey, it might work out of the box for you. If you have an older iBook, though, I'd prepare for a struggle. ... Read more


3. Apple iPod Camera Connector M9861G/A

our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00083PGFS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 486
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Apple iPod Camera Connector provides a fast, easy way to transfer images from your digital camera to your iPod photo. Simply plug the camera connector into the iPod dock connector, plug your camera's USB cable and watch your images make their way to the iPod, ready to view in a slide show format! Compatible with all iPod photo models. ... Read more

Features

  • Requires iPod photo software v1.1
  • Transfer photos from your digital camera to your iPod photo
  • The easy, fast way to get pictures on your iPod photo
  • Camera Connector plugs directly into the iPod dock connector
  • Compatible with all iPod photo models

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for Travelling
I just bought a Sony DSC-T7 and a 30GB iPod Photo in preparation for a trip around the world. This connector is my dream come true! You just plug the connector into the iPod and plus in your camera via USB. The iPod just prompts you to import and takes it from there.

Your photos are imported and converted into a regular thumbnailed iPod photo album that you can browse and view. I was happy to discover that movies are copied over too! You can't view the movies, but at least you can store them. When you're ready, just connect the iPod to a computer via USB and copy over the folders with your original image and video files.

It takes awhile and does require you to run the iPod on its battery (since it occupies the power port). I considered the Epson P-2000, which is faster and has a bigger screen. However the iPod is less expensive, less than half the weight, a smaller form factor, capabable of more storage (30 or 60GB), and a way better music player that I will actually use on a regular basis for more than just temporary photo storage. If I was a photo professional out on shoots I might go with the Epson, but I'm more of an average joe that's just looking for a travel photo solution... and the iPod Photo is perfect for me!

Paired with my DSC-T7, we're talking super-small and ultra-portable. Everything I need for photos and music on this trip I can fit in 2 pockets.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good Idea... Bad Engineering
The Apple Ipod Camera Connector screams intelligence on the part of Apple, but falls far short.DO NOT think of using this for any real photography purposes or with pictures above 3MP in size.To transfer 1gb Sandisk II ultra CF card takes roughly 45 minutes, and kills almost all your Ipod's battery (not to mention the impact on your cameras battery for that 45 minutes).

Its a great idea, but the ipod battery is not originally engineered to support such a power supply, and does not stand up to heat...

Look elsewhere for a portable harddrive to store pictures, such as Epson P-2000.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome accessory for your photo ipod
While $30 for a little connector seems like a lot, this little device works great.Snap it onto the bottom of your photo ipod, and then attach your digital camera's usb cable and download your photos off of your memory stick and onto your ipod.You can review the pictures (although not in a slide show) and copy them to your hard drive later.This is a great setup for vacation or any time you want to take a lot of pictures and are away from your home computer and unable to copy the pictures off your memory stick.I will use it a lot! ... Read more


4. Apple M8881LL/A AirPort Extreme Card
list price: $109.99
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Asin: B0000899ZB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 815
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Features

  • Exchange files or play multiplayer games at data transfer rates of up to 54 Mbps
  • Compatible with the industry-standard 802.11b wireless networking protocol
  • Range of up to 50 feet at 54 Mbps and up to 150 feet at 11 Mbps
  • Join any of the thousands of Wi-Fi certified 802.11b wireless "hot spots" that are currently running in coffeehouses, bookstores, and airports
  • 128-bit WEP encryption for secure connections

5. Apple M8799LL/A AirPort Extreme Base Station with Modem and Antenna Port

our price: $240.99
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Asin: B0000899ZA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 1947
Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The AirPort Extreme Base Station with Modem and Antenna Port is compatible with the industry-standard 802.11b wireless networking protocol, which means all AirPort products, as well as Wi-Fi certified 802.11b wireless products. For higher performance you will need to have both the Airport Extreme Card and the AirPort Extreme Base Station. The range of AirPort Extreme is up to 50 feet at 54 Mbps and up to 150 feet at 11 Mbps. The Base Station can be used in conjunction with an Ethernet connection (such as with a cable modem, DSL modem, or Ethernet network) through the integrated Ethernet port, or with a telephone line through a modem.

The AirPort Extreme Base Station with Modem and Antenna Port also supports USB or Ethernet wireless printer sharing. Just plug in a compatible USB or Ethernet printer and with Mac OS X on your computer you can quickly and easily print. You can use the new USB port to attach a USB printer or use the 10/100BASE-T Ethernet LAN port to plug in an Ethernet printer directly into the base station.

With the new AirPort Extreme Base Station with Modem and Antenna Port, up to 50 users can work and play on the Internet simultaneously up to 150 feet away from an Ethernet connection or a phone line. The Base Station comes equipped with a built-in firewall to protect sensitive data on your computer and the ability to secure transmissions with support for 128-bit encryption.

The AirPort Extreme Base Station with Modem and Antenna Port lets you manage the range of your wireless network. An external antenna port is provided for you to attach an external antenna. There are two types of antennas available: an omni-directional and a directional, which extend the range of the AirPort Extreme base station. There is also a software feature that allows you on reduce the size of your wireless network, down to just a single room for extra privacy. ... Read more

Features

  • Exchange files or play multiplayer games at data transfer rates of up to 54 Mbps
  • Compatible with the industry-standard 802.11b wireless networking protocol
  • Range of up to 50 feet at 54 Mbps and up to 150 feet at 11 Mbps
  • Supports USB or Ethernet wireless printer sharing
  • Includes built-in v.90 modem with an RJ-11 port and an external antenna port

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth it
The wireless revolution has seriously altered the way I work. It didn't seem like it was that big of a deal, to be able to work anywhere in the house on a laptop. And then I was home over Thanksgiving and tried my father's - it was incredible. So, soon after I had my own and I love it - I even ended up getting another one for my wife's laptop.

Whether it's browsing amazon.com late at night in bed, checking morning email in the kitchen while the kids run around, or being able to set up a writing desk anywhere in the house without worrying about an accessible internet port - the airport system is awesome. Even if you only have a desktop computer it's worth it - you can to put the computer in a place where there's no internet plug, without the 40 foot cord draping your wall to connect it. All in all, a wireless system may seem extravagant, but once you have one you'll wonder how you got by without it.

The airport card, along with the base station, allows you to connect several computers, even ones that don't have wireless cards in them (i.e., we have two laptops on the wireless system, and then one iMac that doesn't have an airport card is plugged directly into the base station). You can print, scan - anything - wirelessly, as long as those extra components are connected to the base station.

If you have a big house and the base station won't be centrally located, you may want to look into the antenna. I have a 2500 square foot house and the base station is at one end of it. I can get access from anywhere in the house without the extra antenna, though in one or two places it's a weak signal. My father's house, on the other hand, is over 5000 square feet and the base station is at a far end - you can't even get a signal on the other side of the house. However, he purchased the antenna and the signal is now very strong wherever you are. A warning - you should make sure your airport network is password protected, especially if you get the antenna. The signal will be broadcast through half your neighborhood and if not protected, people can get on and use your airtime, clogging up your bandwidth.

Make sure you get the right card! There's the airport extreme card and the regular airport card (I believe they are both compatible with either base station). Check Apple's website for direct compatibility between your computer and the two different cards. They are different sizes and will only fit in the right kind of slot.

One final word - I've heard from others that certain products from Net Gear or other wireless manufacturers accomplish the same thing as the airport card and base station for much cheaper. I can't attest to the validity of this, but it might be worth looking into. I'd exercise extreme caution, since if you go with Apple products it will be covered with tech support, even if it's more expensive. And putting third party hardware in your computer will likely void the warranty on your computer.

4-0 out of 5 stars The best designed WiFi.
The best design for your desk top. High quality of this drives me crazy. However, it is a little bit expensive. Anyway, I love this high tech toy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Just don't buy a Dr. Bott antenna
The new base station is great. But don't be taken in by the advertising for the external antennas sold by Dr. Bott. They do nothing to extend the range of the airport and in most cases decrease signal strength. Check out the discussions on the Apple web site for more info on the external antennas.
Other than the external antenna port being a waste of time because there are no good antennas for it, the new ABS is a nice access point. And best of all, the new Windows utility for configuration is quite handy. Thankfully Apple has finally realized that the Airports aren't just "Macintosh" peripherals but are also used by many Windows users.

5-0 out of 5 stars Eat our wireless dust PCs
Apple is revolutionary. With the release of the Airport, wires were suddenly a thing from the past. No more fumbling with extension cords to reach your laptop from your desktop. Nope. Now, PCs have a wireless internet source, which makes them feel special. Well Apple has now increased it's original substantially. That's right. We Apple folks are a step ahead of the crowd. With speed like this, do we even need fast connections? You could have a 64kbps internet connection, and it would be easy to live with now. Now that it can go a longer distance, I can sit in the woods behind my house and write a novel. Great, revolutionary, spectacular. These are some of the words I can use to describe this. Buy it now!

5-0 out of 5 stars Increased bandwidth worth every penny!
I got this base station with my new 17" powerbook and I can say for certain it is well worth the money. I also have the original Airport base station that I bought when my son was born (so I can compare).

Now, the near five-fold increase in bandwidth will not effect Web surfing (unless you REALLY have a nice internet connection). But it very dramatically will increase the speed of transferring files between computers. When I got the new powerbook I moved all the data from my old laptop to the new. I hooked the old one up by ethernet and just kept the new wireless. Files were transferred at a great clip-- WAY faster than if I kept them both using the old base station. And this increase was in the mixed bandwidth mode (compatible with computers that can only use 802.11b).

As opposed to another review for the other Airport Extreme model, I see no decreased range at all-- but no real increase either. Adding the optional Antenna would presumably make it even more than the old base stations, but I have not done this. However, the speed is so much better that even bad reception does not adversely affect websurfing or file downloads. I have had mixed experience with other Wi-Fi systems (LinkSys, for instance).

As an important addition, the USB port to attach a printer or scanner is great. That way you need not buy a print server to share a printer and have the computers all be wireless at the same time. ... Read more


6. Apple Airport Express Stereo Connection Kit w/Monster Cables
list price: $49.99
our price: $42.99
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Asin: B0002GDQZI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple
Sales Rank: 1028
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Features

  • A Monster mini-to-RCA left/right audio cable
  • A Monster mini-to-optical digital Toslink audio cable
  • An AirPort Express power extension cord

7. APPLE M9034LL/A USB Apple Keyboard - White

our price: $48.98
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Asin: B0000ACOBG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 2052
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Convenient multimedia keys provide immediate access for users of Mac OS 9.0.4 or higher to the system audio level ( Volume Up, Down, Mute) as well as ejecting media from the Mac optical drive
  • 15 full size Function keys provide a variety of short cuts to common tasks
  • Includes additional full-size keys for Page Up and Down, Home and End, Insert and forward Delete
  • Includes integrated USB cable
  • OS Compatibility -Apple Mac OS 9.2 > OS X 10.1

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great keyboard with a few minor shortcomings
Pros:

-Aesthetically pleasing
-Integrated USB cable
-Two additional USB ports
-Driverless (at least under 10.2.8, which is what I'm using), hot swappable
-Adjustable foot for increased or reduced angling

Cons:

-Minor discrepancies that notebook users may find initially annoying
-Tactile response, while good, is not the best
-Cord is too short
-No power key

I use this keyboard with my OS X 10.2.8 based PowerBook, and overall, I'm very pleased. There are some odd glitches, such as the fact that the key repeat rate is slower on this keyboard than on the PowerBook's integrated keyboard, and the tactile response isn't ideal for high-speed touch-typists like myself. On a good keyboard, I can reach about 130 words per minute, but this keyboard doesn't give me the right "feel" for me to hit speeds like that.

If you're used to using your notebook's integrated keys for controlling your notebook's sound or display, you may be initially disoriented by the arrangement of the keys. Turning your notebook display's brightness up or down is possible with this keyboard, for example, but the keys that do it aren't labeled -- I discovered it purely by accident thru experimentation. And where's the function key? Granted, it's not critical -- perhaps not even needed at all -- but I'd still like to have it available to me. The keyboard doesn't have a power key, either, meaning you'll have to use the Mac's power key.

The cord, at only thirty-two inches, is *much* too short. Be aware of this limitation, especially if (for example) you're thinking of plugging this keyboard into the back of a tower that's sitting on the floor behind your desk.

On the upside, the keyboard is very handsome and comfortable to use. In addition to the integrated USB cable, there are two USB ports on either side of the keyboard, allowing you greater flexibility in connecting and placing your USB-based mouse. You can also use the extra port for any other USB-based peripheral (I personally find it very convenient for using my jump drive). No installation or configuration is required for use -- plug the keyboard in and you're set to go. The keyboard is also hot-swappable, so you can plug it in, or unplug it, anytime you like (although you should be cautious if you've connected any kind of storage device to one of the USB ports -- be sure to properly unmount the storage device before unplugging the keyboard). There are some other, smaller, conveniences as well -- such as the CD eject key -- that enhance the keyboard's utility.

All in all, a very good keyboard that's definitely worth your consideration. ... Read more


8. APPLE M9766G/A iPod Photo Dock

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Asin: B0006FTKYG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple
Sales Rank: 4478
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Just plug, unplug, and go. The iPod Photo Dock makes charging and syncing easier than ever. A convenient and elegant home base for iPod Photo on a desk or connected to a home stereo system, the dock provides charging and syncing via FireWire or USB 2.0, and a stereo line out for simple connection to power speakers or a stereo system. ... Read more

Features

  • Supports the new iPod Photo (40 GB or 60 GB models)
  • Connect to your home audio system
  • Watch photo slideshows on your TV via S-Video connection
  • Connects to a PC or Mac via FireWire or USB 2.0 (requires Mac v10.3.4 or later)

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars iPod Photo Dock a Winner
The iPod Photo dock is a winner if you want to play a slideshow on your tv using the S-Video Out, or just if you want a place for your iPod to be held when you synch it or charge it. This dock only gives a snug fit to the 40 & 60GB iPod Photo models. This dock is not for the 30GB iPod photo, for that, you would use the dock with the ASIN of B0007KX4UQ.

This other dock I mentioned works with all of the Photo models, as it is just the actual dock, then a plastic cover piece, labelled 30GB & 60GB. The 30GB plastic cover works with the 30GB iPod Photo, the 60GB cover works with the old 40GB iPod Photo, and either the new or old 60GB iPod Photo's. You can not replace the plastic cover piece, so keep that in mind when applying it. The 40/60GB models will not fit in the 30GB plastic cover piece, however, the 30GB model will fit in the 40/60GB cover piece, but not as nice of a snug fit if you had the correct cover piece on.

5-0 out of 5 stars replacement for a lost iPod Photo Dock
Unlike the docks for the regular and mini iPods, the iPod Photo Dock has an S-Video out port so you can take your iPod with you (probably how you lost your dock to begin with) and use it like a pocket-sized Enfocus machine for your own slide show akin to a PowerPoint presentation. The dock will let you put your photos on a large TV or monitor via the S-Video port while you navigate from slide to slide by way of the iPod controls. ... Read more


9. Apple Wireless Pro Mouse - Bluetooth ( M9269Z/A )
list price: $69.00
our price: $69.00
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Asin: B0002VQDVW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 1539
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10. APPLE M9035G/A Mouse - White
list price: $49.00
our price: $49.00
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Asin: B0000ACOBI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 2683
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Features

  • No rollers or tracking mechanisms to wear out or clog, and no mouse balls to fish out and clean
  • No distinguishable mouse button -instead, the entire Apple Mouse in effect a super-sensitive button!
  • Mouse body pivots up and down to actuate the click mechanism
  • Elliptical shape equally accommodates right and left-handed users
  • Smooth, glassy surface makes it a joy to use

11. Airport Extreme Base Station w/ Power Over Ethernet & UL 2043

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Asin: B0002FGEYY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple
Sales Rank: 43971
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Features

  • With other computers (PC or Mac) equipped with 802.11b or 802.11g cards, you can easily share files and high-speed Internet access
  • Supports 802.11g wireless protocol for data transfer speeds of up to 54Mbps
  • Backwards compatible with 802.11b for data transfer speeds of up to 11Mbps
  • USB Port for printer connection - clients can wirelessly share a printer!
  • Supports up to 50 users simultaneously

12. Apple 5 GB iPod (M8697LL/A, July 2002 Version)

Asin: B00006FDR1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 16024
Average Customer Review: 4.17 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The iPod is not just for Macs anymore. Windows users can now join the iPod revolution, and enjoy several exceptional new iPod features as well. The 5 GB Windows model packs 1,000 songs and a 10-hour battery life into a stunning 6.5-ounce package, and Apple ups the ante with new MusicMatch software; aredesigned, touch-sensitive scroll wheel; red-hot FireWire digital file transfers; and an overhauled calendar/scheduler.

The iPod’s setup and interface are simple: just plug it into your PC and all your songs and playlists are automatically downloaded into iPod at blazing FireWire speed--typically 15 seconds or less. (FireWire is also known to PC users as i.Link and IEEE 1394.) Don’t forget that the player also doubles as a FireWire drive for applications and other files.

In addition to its 5 GB hard drive, iPod has a 32 MB memory cache. The cache is made of solid-state memory, meaning that it has no moving parts, so it's not affected by movement of the device. Skip protection on the iPod works by continually preloading up to 20 minutes of music into the cache.

The iPod has a large, high-quality LCD (liquid crystal display) for viewing up to six lines of text. And the LCD features an LED (light-emitting diode) backlight for clear visibility in low-light situations--indoors or outdoors. Pocket-size and just 6.5 ounces, it weighs appreciably less than the stack of CDs it can store music from.

Featuring MusicMatch software, the iPod can synchronize with newly added music files and playlists. Simply plug the iPod back into your PC and the changes are automatically updated in seconds. With MusicMatch, you can rip MP3s, create playlists, and burn custom CDs all from one simple interface. And thanks to a cool new partnership with audible.com, you can now download audiobooks to the iPod.

You can also download your calendar and schedule to the iPod from applications like Outlook and Palm Desktop. Plus, the iPod now has a built-in digital clock.

The iPod's rechargeable lithium-polymer battery is charged using the FireWire cable when connected to your PC. You can also recharge the iPod using the included FireWire cable and AC adapter when you're on the go.

The iPod supports MP3 (up to 320 Kbps), MP3 VBR (variable bit rate), WAV, and AIFF files, and is firmware upgradeable. To use the iPod with your PC, you'll need a FireWire port and you must be running either Windows Me, Windows 2000, or Windows XP Home or Professional.

The unit comes with revamped earbud-style headphones, a FireWire cable, power adapter, and CD-ROM with MusicMatch. It's backed by a 90-day limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Discontinued by manufacturer, replaced by model #M8976LL/A
  • FireWire interface for fastest digital transfer available
  • Download audiobooks from Audible.com; keep up to date with new calendar/scheduler and built-in clock
  • System requirements: PC with built-in FireWire or Windows-certified FireWire card; Windows Me, Windows 2000, or Windows XP Home or Professional
  • Includes remodeled headphones, Musicmatch Jukebox Plus software and support for optional remote control

Reviews (23)

5-0 out of 5 stars A whole new window
Brilliant. Finally the best Mp3 player in the world is available
for us Windows users out there. The connection is easy and the speed is blinding. I seriously recommend buying the 5Gb model as you will save [money]and there are not that many people out there who would be able to store more then 1000 songs. I am thouroughly pleased with my iPOD and I have not had even one little problem. This is definitely money well spent for all the Windows users out there who have been waiting for a quality Mp3 player. And now those gleaming Apple owners haven't got anything to gleam about anymore. OHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Sure beats a clunky portable CD Player
I knew my boyfriend loved me when he got me one of these for my birthday... it sure beats using a mini radio or CD player when I go to the gym because even though it is only 5 gigs, i have over 1200 songs to choose from to help get me pumped up and stay energized during my workout. Of course, the newest models are even flossier, but 40 gigs... that blows my mind! It's like over kill! This model suits me quite well. As my boyfriend, an Apple user for years describes the iPod in one word: "FLOSS."

1-0 out of 5 stars If your a yuppie with a wallet deeper than the oceanitsgreat
Apple iPod is a total waist of money. No way is it worth more than 200 dollars. If you want a good mp3 player you can get one for less than 200. The Arthos 10gb studio jukebox holds 2x the standard capacity of the ipod 5 and costs 1/2 as much. Also the firewire is a pain in the behind its just more money you have to throw away. Get another brand that is designed for windows. The only thing i liked about it before i replaced it was the LCD with 6 lines that was hot. But that doesnt add up. Dont buy it save your money for something better.

2-0 out of 5 stars think twice
I bought my ipod new 1 year and 1 month ago and it has simply stopped working. After days of trying everything in the knowledge base and being blown off by the 'applecare' staff I went to an authorized apple repair service who told me to just forget about it and buy a new one and save the repair expense. He also said to be sure to get a case for it and handle it very carefully because if you happen to drop it or even lay it down on a hard surface with too much gusto, kiss it goodbye. It was swell while it lasted but I can spend a lot less on a disposable product.

1-0 out of 5 stars i love apple but not this apple
the apple ipod 10 gb is alot better it is more classier for people that want one but want to save the 5 gb is right for them ... Read more


13. APPLE M9765G/A iPod Photo A/V Cable

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Asin: B0007A2BL4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple
Sales Rank: 1425
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Product Description

The iPod photo AV Cable provides composite video and audio output for viewing photo slideshows with music on a TV. It connects to the headphone port of the iPod photo or the line out port on the iPod photo Dock. The iPod photo AV Cable is perfect for viewing slideshows from the iPod photo no matter where you take it. Your television must have RCA video and audio input jacks. This cable is made specifically for iPod photo. ... Read more

Features

  • Your television must have RCA video and audio input jacks
  • Compatible with iPod photo only

14. Apple M8636G/C Extra iPod Power Adapter
list price: $29.99
our price: $31.99
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Asin: B0007LN7GG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 2196
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Product Description

Apple iPod FireWire Power Adapter Buy an iPod Power Adapter for Home, Office or Travel. Use an iPod Power Adapter for home, office or travel. The FireWire based adapter allows you to charge your iPod when not connected to a computer. Just plug the adapter into a wall outlet and connect either a 6-6 pin FireWire cable (iPods without dock connectors) or an iPod Dock connector to FireWire cable (iPods with dock connectors) to your iPod for recharging. NOTE: Supports iPod and iPod mini models with Dock Connector. Does not support iPod shuffle. A 6-6 pin FireWire Cable or iPod Dock connector to FireWire cable is required - Not Included. The iPod Power Adapter is only for use with iPod. Do not plug the iPod Power Adapter into any other FireWire device. ... Read more

Features

  • Note: Does not work with iPod Shuffle!

15. Apple M8209LL/A AirPort Base Station
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00006662F
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 16184
Average Customer Review: 4.38 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Up to 11 Mbps (data rate depends on environment)
  • 150-foot radius from the base station in typical use (range depends on building construction)
  • 2.4 GHz spread spectrum radio output power
  • Place it on your desktop or mount it on a wall (mounting brackets included)
  • Industry-standard IEEE 802.11b

Reviews (16)

5-0 out of 5 stars Apple Wi-Fi Made Simple - The Airport Rocks!
The Apple Airport Base Station is simply the easiest to deploy and trouble free 802.11b wireless access point networking solution available today.

As with all Apple products I have recently purchased, in less than 10 minutes out of the box, this product was fully setup and operational and supporting multiple iBooks and iMacs with full signal strength wireless networking made even more impressive with a broadband internet connection.

But what is really cool is that even if you do not have a fast internet connection, you can still share a dial up internet connection over the Airport network. How many other routers on the market today have this RJ-11 feature?

I uplinked the Airport to a Linksys 4-port router and turned off the NAT and DHCP capabilities of the Airport - just to let the Linksys continue serving NAT & DHCP - using the Airport as a bridge (and a wireless access point), instead of a router. Yet, the Airport can serve as your primary router if you have no additional hardware - I did not want to turn my Linksys into an expensive switch!

A hub or switch can be connected to the uplink ethernet jack if more wired LAN capability is needed. This product is a breeze to setup in either OS 9.x or OS 10.1 (and will be even easier in OS X 10.2). Make sure you use the latest Airport software for your OS (currently version 2.0.4 for OS X 10.1.5 and OS 9.2.2).

The Airport Setup Assistant and the Airport Admin Utility (in the Applications -> Utilities directory in OS X) are you friends - just plug the Airport into your LAN or modem, run the Assistant, and the next thing you know, you will be enjoying the freedom that only Wi-Fi can provide. No more wires!

If you are an Apple user who is looking for a Wi-Fi solution, look no further. You want the Airport Base Station - a purchace you will not regret!

5-0 out of 5 stars Definitely the best for Macs - but get the latest software
While the Airport mightn't have all the bells and whistles of some of the competition, it is the absolutely the best solution for Mac users. I use it at home to support a mixture of Macs and PCs, and found it a breeze to set up and use.

It's also really easy to upgrade, unlike some other wireless routers I've used. Apple keep adding new functionality that you can download for free...(e.g., 128-bit encryption, PPP dial-in, and PPTP support).

N.B. - If you use a Windows PC to access your office network over a VPN, then you will need to check the Apple website to get the latest version of the Airport software (version 2.0.4). Earlier software versions don't support Microsoft's PPTP tunnelling protocol, but the latest version works just fine (you also need to be running MacOS X 10.1.5).

Upgrading is a breeze, after you install the update on your Mac, you just have to hit the "update" button in the Airport confugration tool! No messing around with setting up tftp or serial connections.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic product but now outdate by the Airport Extreme
Check out B0000899ZA and B0000899ZC, the new Airport Extreme. Much faster and lower prices.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product
One of the best features of the AirPort is its built - in modem and Network Address Translation (NAT) which allows multiple wireless computers to share a single dial in connection. If you're not up with cable or DSL yet, you can still get a wireless home or small business network going in no time, even if you're not a techie. When connected to cable or DSL, this little guy really shines, fully connects both Apples and PCs and is the coolest looking networking device you'll find. Apple just announced a new version with print server, but the current model AirPort has botth WAN and LAN connectors, so you if you're all wireless now, you can set up a 10BT print server as a peripheral and print off the WAN port. More expensive than some other solutions, but it does more too.

4-0 out of 5 stars Wait for new version
Think carefully before you buy this BaseStation. At the MacWorld expo Keynote on January 9th, Steve Jobs announced a new version of the Airport Base Station which supports 802.11g--boosting the speed from 11Mbps to 54Mbps. The new version also acts as a print server, and the units automatically bridge between each other. ... Read more


16. Apple M7696LLA Pro Keyboard for Macintosh
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B000063WP1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 4632
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars style and quality
I haven't used alot of differant keyboards but I am supprised that this one has an extended hub on it. This keyboard came with my Imac and I think its great. I just pluged in my mouse on one side and my printer on the other and to my supprise printed! The fact that it is clear and black does make dust and dirt very noticable when present. But it looks very nice and with an extra usb port I'm happy with it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Normal keyboard with pretty look
The new apple keyboards have black keys and clear plastic...cool look and the usual functionality.

5-0 out of 5 stars Stupid people...
...are those who can't properly use spell checker.

1-0 out of 5 stars waste of money
Anyone who buys a mac is wasting their money. If someone can't figure out how to use a PC proporly then that person is one of the Stupidest people on the face of the earth. ... Read more


17. APPLE M9267G/A DVI To Video Adapter

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Asin: B0000ACOBL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple
Sales Rank: 45723
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Features

  • A separate DVI to VGA Adapter is required for VGA video out for Power Mac G5
  • Requires Power Mac G5 with DVI port

18. Apple 10 GB iPod (M8740LL/A, July 2002 Version)

Asin: B00006FDR5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 11325
Average Customer Review: 4.12 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The iPod is not just for Macs anymore. Windows users can now join the iPod revolution, and enjoy several exceptional new iPod features as well. The 10 GB Windows model packs 2,000 songs and a 10-hour battery life into a stunning 6.5-ounce package, and Apple ups the ante with new MusicMatch software; a redesigned, touch-sensitive scroll wheel; red-hot FireWire digital file transfers; a wired remote control; and an overhauled calendar/scheduler.

The iPod’s setup and interface are simple: just plug it into your PC and all your songs and playlists are automatically downloaded into iPod at blazing FireWire speed--typically 15 seconds or less. (FireWire is also known to PC users as i.Link and IEEE 1394.) Don’t forget that the player also doubles as a FireWire drive for applications and other files. This new model also comes with a FireWire port cover to protect the player from dirt and other gunk.

In addition to its 10 GB hard drive, iPod has a 32 MB memory cache. The cache is made of solid-state memory, meaning that it has no moving parts, so it's not affected by movement of the device. Skip protection on the iPod works by continually preloading up to 20 minutes of music into the cache.

The iPod has a large, high-quality LCD (liquid crystal display) for viewing up to six lines of text. And the LCD features an LED (light-emitting diode) backlight for clear visibility in low-light situations--indoors or outdoors. Pocket-size and just 6.5 ounces, it weighs appreciably less than the stack of CDs it can store music from.

Featuring MusicMatch software, the iPod can synchronize with newly added music files and playlists. Simply plug the iPod back into your PC and the changes are automatically updated in seconds. With MusicMatch, you can rip MP3s, create playlists, and burn custom CDs all from one simple interface. And thanks to a cool new partnership with audible.com, you can now download audiobooks to the iPod.

You can also download your calendar and schedule to the iPod from applications like Outlook and Palm Desktop. Plus, the iPod now has a built-in digital clock.

The iPod's rechargeable lithium-polymer battery is charged using the FireWire cable when connected to your PC. You can also recharge the iPod using the included FireWire cable and AC adapter when you're on the go.

The iPod supports MP3 (up to 320 Kbps), MP3 VBR (variable bit rate), WAV, and AIFF files, and is firmware upgradeable. To use the iPod with your PC, you'll need a FireWire port and you must be running either Windows Me, Windows 2000, or Windows XP Home or Professional.

The unit comes with a wired remote control, revamped earbud-style headphones, a FireWire cable, power adapter, and CD-ROM with MusicMatch. It's backed by a 90-day limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Discontinued by manufacturer, replaced by model #M8946LL/A
  • FireWire interface for fastest digital transfer available; covered FireWire port
  • Download audiobooks from Audible.com; keep up to date with new calendar/scheduler and built-in clock
  • System requirements: PC with built-in FireWire or Windows-certified FireWire card; Windows Me, Windows 2000, or Windows XP Home or Professional
  • Includes wired remote control, remodeled headphones, Musicmatch Jukebox Plus software and carrying case with belt clip

Reviews (75)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent all round product
I have owner 3 MP3 players and the Apple IPOD is the best I have used. Here's why:
1. The biggest problem in the other players I have used (The Archos and a Samsung Yepp) is the file sorting system. With the Apple IPOD, file sorting is made easy - it's by artist, by album, by song, by genre or by composer.
2. It has rechargeable batteries built in which last pretty long - 10 hours by my reckoning. Other MP3 players use batteries which get over pretty quickly. This player saves you the hassle and expense.
3. It is lightweight - not bulky like one would expect of a 10 gb hard disk drive.
4. It can also be used as a hard disk drive, not just a media for storing music. You can put pretty much anything on it.
5. Lastly, it has loads of extras like a calendar, the ability for you to store contacts (all you need to do is export your contacts from Outlook as vcards and you're set), and even a game.
Trust me, this player is the best one out there. You WILL not be disappointed.

5-0 out of 5 stars simply put, the best designed MP3 player on the market
I've had my Ipod for about 2 months, and it's working great, not a single glitch, nor a compatibility issue to complain about. However, there are some things to know.

First, let me warn you, Musicmatch is not Itunes. If you know anything about the wonderful play list program that allows Imacs to hook up with Ipods, then prepare to be disappointed. Musicmatch will sync up your PC with the Ipod, but you can't do major syncs without first erasing everything on your Ipod and re-uploading all your songs in one swoop. That makes swapping the Ipod to and from different computers very difficult because if you want to add songs from more than one computer to the Ipod you have to do it manually.

However, Musicmatch does allow you to set up playlists, a major function of the Ipod. Once your music is loaded, you can browse through your songs via playlists, song list, artist, genre, etc. And it's all done with the wonderful and effortless touch wheel in the center and the simple five-button interface. Simplicity is the key here, and boy does it work. Even Helen Keller could have figure out how to use this thing.

Play time for the ipod is about 10 hours plus on a rechargeable battery that can be charged via the computer (depending on your firewire card) or external AC. The audio quality is some of the best I've heard on an MP3 player, especially when the MP3 quality is 128 or higher.

As mentioned above, the Ipod DOES require a firewire port in order to sync with a computer. They're cheap, about $$$$ (Belkin makes a great 3 port IEEE 1394 Firewire card) but it is an added expense. If you have a laptop, the Ipod comes with a firewire to mini-firewire converter, which is usually the standard on laptops.

Also, unfortunately, the Windows Ipod cannot play WMA files (direct CD rips or high quality Windows Media sound files). MP3 files only. There are features like Date/time/calendar/and contact list but to synchronize them with your computer is more painful than pleasant or worthwhile. And while Musicmatch isn't perfect, I've had no trouble with it. Although If you have Musicmatch 7.2 or higher, you might be slightly annoyed with having to go "backwards" to a lower version of Musicmatch, which as of yet has no updates.

Also, it has the distinct feature of being one of the most expensive players on the market, beaten only by it's sister model, the 20 gig, at $$$ dollars. However, if it's the difference between buying the Delorian and the Diablo (and you can afford it), I'll take the Diablo any day.

The Final Word: If you want the best, this is it, however the best comes at a price!

5-0 out of 5 stars Apple's Seeds of Joy
I take my iPod everywhere, I have had it since Christmas, it is the single most useful invention I have ever owned, I have my whole Hip-Hop collection on it. But a few weeks ago it said I only had .5 gb left and I only 800 songs on it, but after a quick reset and reload of songs (it took 5 minutes honest!) it was back to new. You should definately get a case for these, I have kept mine in a case for its whole life and it looks as good as new.

Pros: Holds all but the biggest music collections, great quality in sound and product, long battery life, great software

Cons: Occasionally crashes

For all those people that say by a cheaper mp3 player I used to have the iRiver, and I through it out of my window 1 day because it was so terrible, trust me the ipod is the best designed and for the price you are paying you get more songs.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best There Is!!!
Just got the 10-gig I-pod Friday (picked up on sale as Apple is dropping 10-gig in favor of "mini" and "15-gig"). All I can say is awesome. I never had Apple before and was skeptical. But all my fears were erased. I have a 6 month-old Compaq at home and had no problems getting the two to sync up. Literally "plug and play". Bonus is, if your Windows PC has a newer fire-wire port, it will even charge the I-pod while downloading music. I have about 250 songs (20 albums) on it right now, and using just over 2-gig. I read a lot about people having problems sync-ing their window-based PCs to I-pod. Based on my experience, I can only guess they are using older PCs (I have a pentium-4, 2.2, 256). One tip, if you're "ripping" CDs to put on your I-pod, be logged into the web. I-tunes will literally fill out all the song/track information for you (a little tid-bit I found by accident).

1-0 out of 5 stars Nomad beats the Ipod by a Mile
I have recently got an Ipod and I thought is was the best Mp3 player until I did a lot of looking around. The Nomad Jukebox Zen Xtra kicks the Ipod so much.

Pros:
1. Eax sound feature which is creatives sound card technoligy so it sounds a lot better
2. The 30gb Nomad cost $300 while the 10gb Ipod cost $400
3. built for windows. No firewire stuff.
4. better features and custmizing
5. no need to use musicmatch or anything just install software and you can put any song on it no matter where the location.
6. big screen with blue backlight.
7. Can replace rechargeable battery
8. Up to 60gb hard drive

Cons:
1. A little bigger than the Ipod ... Read more


19. Toner Cartridge forlaserwriter 8500
list price: $323.68
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Asin: B00004VU54
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20. Toner Cartridge forlaserwriter 12/640 Ps
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Asin: B00004VU56
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