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Russian Mac Clone, Macs at Walmart?, Quiet Mice, Using ADC Displays with Intel Macs, and More

This Week's Apple and Desktop Mac News

Compiled by Charles Moore and edited by Dan Knight - 2009.05.26

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Russian Mac Clones Debut

MosNews reports:

"Computers using Apple Macintosh technology are now being offered for sale in Russia, reports. Six computers with the Mac OS X operating system are available. All copies of the operating system are legally obtained and licensed, the producer adds.

"RussianMac notes that all of its computers are 'adapted' for Mac OS X Leopard, without clear elaboration of the situation, other than that 'software designed for OS X Leopard works flawlessly' on its computers."

RussianMac Joins List of Mac Clone Makers

OS News's Thom Holwerda notes that you're mistaken if you thought Psystar was the only company making Macintosh "clones"; there are also the German PearC, and the latest Mac clone player is a Russian outfit called RussianMac which launched a "boatload" of inexpensive Mac clones this week including PowerMac-like desktop workstations to a tiny netbook model as well as a multimedia/home theater model, the MiniBook, the Standard, the Pro, the Mini, and the Book.

Holwerda says this onslaught of knockoffs poses a substantial problem for Apple, which will be obliged to individually sue each clone maker in every country stop the practice, and being as every country has different copyright, IP, and consumer protection laws, it's a formidable challenge.

RussianMac Ships Mac Clones, Claims No EULA Conflicts

Electronista reports:

"A Russian company, RussianMac, has begun shipping a wide range of Mac clones that come with OS X pre-installed. Despite the ongoing legal battle between Apple and clone-maker Psystar, RussianMac claims it does not violate the Mac OS X end-user license agreement. Along with drawing a unique interpretation of Apple's terms, the Russian company could be confident that it will avoid legal action as long as its business does not leave the country."

Walmart's Apple Section Seen as Precursor to Mac Sales

AppleInsider's Katie Marsal reports:

"Wal-Mart's move to overhaul the electronics departments in many of its retail stores with Apple-designated shopping areas is being seen as a sign that the mega-retailer is making a pitch to eventually carry Apple's line of Mac personal computers."

Maximizing Your Mac mini

Macworld's Dan Frakes asks rhetorically whether while upgrading your Mac mini is easy enough, is it worth the effort, and determines that it probably is, with some qualifications.

Restoring Mac OS 9 Desktop Click Behavior

TidBITS' Adam C. Engst says that while he for the most part has come to grips with the ways that Apple choose to make Mac OS X break with previous versions of the Mac OS, but some habits die harder than others and a few refuse to give up the ghost, one such being the old Classic Mac OS convention of being able to click on any visible part of the Desktop and have all open Finder windows of an application appear.

Fortunately, there are workarounds for restoring simulated OS 9 Finder behaviors.

Secrets Behind OS X Quick Look

TechRadar's Operating Systems News explains how to get the very best out of Leopard's fantastic preview tool, contending that if anything makes Leopard worth the money, it's Quick Look which allows you to quickly preview items in the Finder (or Mail) by hitting Space or pressing Command+Y without having to open its creator app, and noting that there is a lot more to Quick Look than is immediately apparent.

Using Apple ADC Displays with the Intel Macs

The Mac Observer's John Martellaro says:

"Many Apple customers, it seems, are starting to unload their old Power Mac G4s and G5s in favor of the new Nehalem-based Mac Pro. However, for those who are still using a trusty, older pinstripe/plastic Cinema Display (17 or 22-inch), a special converter will be necessary."

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Free Upgrade Enables Macs to Share USB Devices Connected to D-Link 802.11n Routers

PR: D-Link has announced that Macintosh users can now take advantage of the popular free upgrade for Xtreme N and RangeBooster N routers to enable D-Link's SharePort™ technology for sharing printers, multifunction printers (MFP) and virtually any other USB device from any location in the home or office - in either a wired or WiFi environment.

D-Link Xtreme N routerSharePort turns the local USB port located on the back of select 802.11n WiFi routers into a fast and responsive virtual port so users can access a range of USB devices by utilizing a new technology of USB over TCP/IP.

The innovative SharePort USB network-bridging feature is included on all new D-Link Xtreme N Gigabit Router models - the DIR-655, DIR-825, DIR-855, DGL-4500 Gaming Router with GameFuel and the D-Link RangeBooster N DIR-628. It also will be available on the upcoming DIR-685 Xtreme N Storage Router with digital photo frame, NAS storage and print server capabilities.

Current owners of those routers, now using either PC and Macintosh computers, will be able to upgrade to SharePort technology by downloading the latest firmware and client utility from the D-Link website,

"SharePort has been one of the most popular and well-received upgrades to our 802.11n routers by PC users," said Daniel Kelley, senior director of marketing, D-Link Systems, Inc. in Fountain Valley, Calif. "We are pleased that Mac users also will be able to benefit from our SharePort USB-sharing technology available with our Xtreme N and RangeBooster N wireless router product lines. In offering this free upgrade we are further meeting the consumer's need for the most sought-after features of network functionality, and offering the ideal centerpiece for a wireless network in the digital home or small office."

Another key feature of D-Link Xtreme N Gigabit Routers is D-Link Green, incorporating technology that uses an innovative, energy-saving feature to automatically detect link status and network cable length, and then adjusts power accordingly. Also, a WiFi scheduling feature allows customers to easily program when the WiFi radio signals are turned on and off to further save energy consumption. To learn more about the D-Link Green family of products, visit

SharePort for Mac users is available now in D-Link's family of high-end 802.11n routers - the DIR-628, DIR-655, DIR-825, DIR-855 and DGL-4500 - which are sold through D-Link's vast network of computer retailers, etailers and online store, Current PC users with D-Link 802.11n routers can access the benefits of the SharePort features free of charge by downloading the firmware and client utility from the D-Link website.

QuietSmooth USB and Wireless Quiet Computer Mice

PR: Does the constant clicking noise of your computer mouse bother you? Is the constant clicking noise of your computer mouse annoying someone nearby? Do you want to quietly cruise the Internet while on the phone? Is that computer gamer nearby driving you crazy? Quiet Mouse Innovations has the solution

Quiet Mouse Innovations says that the idea of making a "quiet click" computer mouse came from an epiphany that dawned while playing a computer game late at night in a bedroom where someone else wanted to sleep. The constant clicking noise created a less than relaxing environment. There had to be a better way.

More than three years of quiet research and development went into making such a mouse possible. Aside from being extremely quiet, the QuietSmooth USB mice keeps the exact same tactile feel as traditional mice. Quiet Mouse Innovations is the only company licensed to use the patented quiet click technology.

Two models are offered. You can choose from either the wired, or the new wireless model. Both QuietSmooth USB Optical mice feature a classic design and standard size. All three switches (right, left, and scroll wheel switch) are quiet. The scroll wheel also has a smooth quiet roll.

The clicking noise you hear in a computer mouse comes from the electrical micro switch used in the mouse. The micro switches used in our QuietSmooth mice are a unique patented quiet design. With each press of the mouse you actually feel the click without all the noise. Certain other quiet mice manufacturers use an elastomeric dome switch, the same type of switch commonly found in many computer keyboards as well as TV remote controls. They are quiet, but they lack the classic "clicky" mechanical feel of a real microswitch.

QuietSmooth USB mouseQuietSmooth USB

3-Button Optical Scroll Wheel Computer Mouse (Quiet Click - Smooth button action). Standard USB Connection (PS/2 Adapter included).

Mouse Dimensions: 4 1/2 x 2 3/8 inches

Compatibility: Quiet Mouse is Mac compatible. All Versions of Windows from 2000 - Vista.


QuietSmooth Wireless

QuietSmooth Wireless mouse3-Button Wireless Optical Scroll Wheel Computer Mouse. Quiet Mouse Innovations is the first, and only, company ever to offer a quiet wireless computer mouse. All three buttons on this optical mouse are quiet, along with the scroll wheel. This is a standard size mouse with a classic shape. Works with two AAA batteries (included). 2.4 GHz / 800 DPI.

Compatibility: Quiet Mouse is Mac compatible. All Versions of Windows from 2000 - Vista.


Due to extensive hand labor that goes into making these mice, production is limited. The Quietmouse Innovations website is the only place where you can purchase one of these mice; they are not sold in stores.

A $3 per mouse shipping charge is required on all orders inside the United States and Canada. A $5 per mouse shipping charge is required on all International orders.

OWC Express USB Drive Case and Double USB Cable

PR: OWC's Ilene says:

"The new OWC Express USB 2.0 Enclosure is one of the most reasonably priced small hard drive cases you ll run across. This $19.99 stylish drive in Discreet Black, Sleek Silver, or Smooth White holds any 2.5 3 Serial ATA hard drive, also referred to as SATA I or II. At only 2 oz plus the drive weight, and with sleek dimensions (3.07 3 Width x 5.12 3 Depth x .55 3 Height), it fits into many pockets or purses easily. We even include a carrying sleeve and a double-shielded USB 2.0/1.1 connector cable, so it's a complete package. (Mouse in photo not included.)

"You can easily use any 2.5 3 drive up to 9.5mm height and up to 7200 RPM speed. All you need to know is how to twirl a screwdriver to install a drive mechanism. If you don't have a spare drive handy, OWC offers drives from trusted sources, such as Hitachi, Samsung, Seagate, Toshiba, and Western Digital mechanisms to fill er up to 500 GB starting at $47.99!

If Your Port Isn't Up to Snuff

"Now, one USB port supplies 500 mA of current, which is usually enough to power up any bus-powered drive, but sometimes, you need more power. If you connect your Express and it just sits there and doesn't mount, you may need more power. You can solve this problem without an AC adapter, by adding a USB Y cable, also called a double USB cable or dual input USB cable. OWC sells this handy accessory in clear or black, and it incorporates a 1-meter cable with one USB 2.0 Mini-B connector and two USB 2.0 A connectors. It's even designed to stretch behind your laptop, so that you can reach the USB ports on both sides of your PowerBook or MacBook."

"Basically, this USB cable doubles the power your bus-powered drive receives, so that it works flawlessly. While most Mac users may never need such a cable, it's a handy item to keep in your computer tool arsenal, especially for computer consultants.

"One note of caution though, do not use this cable to connect your new OWC Express to more than one computer at the same time. It won't work and it may damage your drive. No USB or FireWire drive can be connected to more than one computer at a time; that's why we have file sharing and networking so easily configurable on the Mac."

Plantronics Voyager Pro Bluetooth Headset with AudioIQ2

PR: Plantronics, Inc. continues its 47-year legacy of audio expertise and ingenuity with the new Plantronics Voyager Pro Bluetooth headset. Plantronics Voyager Pro features AudioIQ2, the next generation of its AudioIQ digital signal processing (DSP) technology, to deliver superior noise and wind cancellation as well as rich, natural inbound audio so you can hear and be heard clearly.

Plantronics Voyager Pro Bluetooth HeadsetThe Plantronics Voyager Pro is the successor to the popular Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth headset, a cult favorite among headset enthusiasts. Like the Voyager 510, the new Plantronics Voyager Pro is designed for mobile professionals who need all-day wearing comfort and excellent audio wherever they are working.

Engineered for Sound Quality

Today's headset users expect great noise cancellation and Plantronics Voyager Pro delivers it with AudioIQ2 and a unique adjustable dual-microphone boom. While other headsets deliver noise cancellation at the expense of overall audio quality, the boom provides the advantage of capturing your voice close to your mouth so the AudioIQ2 technology can more effectively remove ambient noise, while still maintaining the natural sound of your voice.

The headset also effectively minimizes wind noise - a major cause of disruption during calls. Plantronics Voyager Pro features three layers of WindSmart technology. Dual external stainless steel microphone screens and acoustic fabrics that surround the microphones together provide substantial physical barriers to wind noise. At the same time, the AudioIQ2 DSP algorithms intelligently decipher your voice from the wind to deliver clear sound to your listener.

Finally, Voyager Pro delivers unmatched inbound audio quality to ensure every word is heard on both sides of a conversation. It features a custom speaker that delivers full-spectrum audio so conversations are richer and more vibrant. The adaptive 20-band equalizer delivers distortion-free audio and works with AudioIQ2 to automatically adjust sound levels based on the noise level around you to ensure maximum audibility.

"Plantronics is singularly focused on one thing - the headset perfected. With the Plantronics Voyager Pro we set out to engineer a high-performance headset for today's professional user who not only demands unparalleled sound quality on both sides of call, but also insists on comfort and usability," said Renee Niemi, vice president and general manager of the Plantronics Mobile and Entertainment Division. "Voyager Pro breaks new ground in Bluetooth headsets, and consumers will be delighted by the total experience."

Plantronics Voyager Pro Bluetooth HeadsetEngineered for Comfort

The Plantronics Voyager Pro endured an extraordinary 24 rounds of human factors testing to perfect the design for all-day wearing comfort and stability. The behind-the-ear wearing style is perfectly counterbalanced so weight is distributed evenly, rendering it virtually weightless when worn. The Voyager Pro ear tip is made of soft silicone for an optimal fit and features a "sound channel" that helps distribute audio evenly to the ear.

Engineered for the Mobile Professional

The Plantronics Voyager Pro was designed for the mobile professional user. It includes easily accessible power, volume and mute buttons. It can seamlessly connect to two different mobile phones with multipoint technology, and it folds up easily for storage. The Voyager Pro also features voice prompts for low battery warnings and mute status. Finally, the lithium polymer battery provides up to six hours of continuous talk time and five days of standby time, exceeding the talk and standby times of most mobile phones.

Pricing and Availability

The Plantronics Voyager Pro is available exclusively at Best Buy and for $99.99. The Plantronics Voyager Pro is also available at and will be available in other major consumer retail and wireless carrier stores beginning in late May. Availability in Asia and Europe will follow in late June and late July, respectively.

MyService Now an Apple Authorized Service Provider

PR: MyService today announced they are now an Apple Authorized Service Provider. As a member of Apple's AASP network, MyService now offers warranty repair service for Apple laptop and desktop computers. MyService is a leading provider of mail-in Apple repairs and upgrades. The high volume of repairs allows MyService to offer out-of-warranty repairs at a fraction of a cost of other providers.

MyService has become an Apple Authorized Service Provider. As an official member of the Apple AASP network, MyService now provides warranty service for Apple laptop and desktop computers. MyService, formerly MacService, is a leading provider of mail-in Apple repairs and upgrades.

According to Justin Sanderson, President of MyService, "We're excited to offer our local and national customers warranty service on their Apple products. As members of the Apple Consultants Network, we've always had a great relationship with Apple and the Apple Store. Our customers can now enjoy the same great service and fast turnaround we offer on all of their Apple repairs."

As members of the AASP network, MyService now provides repairs covered under Apple warranty, such as logic board issues, as well as out-of-warranty repairs such as cracked screens. The high volume of repairs allows MyService to offer out-of-warranty repairs at a fraction of a cost of other providers.

According to Robert Baker, lead Apple technician, "This is a great day for our tech department. Our technicians hold multiple Apple certifications and pride ourselves on being the best in the industry. Our customers now have a one stop shop for getting the highest quality Apple repairs."

How the service works:

MyService sends a custom shipping container to you. Once it arrives, simply pack your Mac and send it back using the prepaid UPS shipping label. Once your Mac arrives at MyService, an Apple Certified Technician performs the service you've requested. A Service Advisor will keep you informed every step of the way. After the service is complete, your Mac is cleaned, tested and sent back to you. Most services are completed within 24 hours of arrival.

MyService delivers complete repair and upgrade services for Apple laptop computers. Since 2001 they have serviced over 30,000 laptops working with consumers, education facilities and businesses throughout the US, building a reputation for quality, one laptop at a time. With an average 24 hour turnaround time and free roundtrip shipping, MacService makes the service process fast and easy. No phone trees, no run-around, just great service. Copyright 2001-2009 MacService. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the US and/or other countries.


5 Helpful OS X Troubleshooting Tools You Already Have

Macworld's Ted Landau riffs on the bundled diagnostic programs Apple includes with OS X including:

  1. Network preference pane
  2. Network Utility
  3. Activity Monitor
  4. Console
  5. System Profiler

FireWire Saves iMac from Failed 10.5.7 Upgrade

Macworld's Rob Griffiths provides us with with another example and object lesson reinforcing the school of thought that Apple was wrongheaded in dropping FireWire from the Unibody MacBook and never including it in the first place on the MacBook Air.

Griffiths says he sensibly takes a cautious approach to installing OS X upgrades on his household Macs before he's reasonably confident that the update won't cause any catastrophic issues.

Accordingly, he took an incremental approach with version 10.5,7, first upgrading his Mac Pro and the MacBook Pro, but sticking with OS X 10.5.6 on his 12" PowerBook G4 for comparison before upgrading it as well. So far, so good, but things went sour when he got around to his family's iMac, a fairly stock and modestly equipped machine that he had expected the least trouble with.

After attempt one using Software Update failed, Griffiths downloaded the standalone Combo Update, the running of which resulted in a blue screen with the cursor in the middle of it, and the machine refused to reboot using any of the customary nostrums, plus there was a music CD in the iMac's slot, and no amount of trickery would get it to eject (eliminating the erstwhile manual eject button and straightened paper clip hole mechanical eject toggle from Mac removable media drives was another regressively dumb-ass Apple decision).

Cutting to the chase, it was good old FireWire Target Disk Mode to the rescue with Rob Griffiths' iMac, an option potentially painfully unavailable to unibody MacBook and MacBook Air users - a serious and potentially grief-making shortcoming.


Fifth Public Beta of DEVONthink Brings New iPhone Web App and More

PR: Devon Technologies, LLC releases the fifth public beta of version 2.0 of all editions of its information manager DEVONthink as well as of the smart note-keeper DEVONnote. The version 2.0 upgrade addresses a large number of feature requests from the active user community and modernizes almost every aspect of the applications. The fifth public beta of DEVONthink 2.0 and DEVONnote 2.0, again, brings lots of new and promised features as well as many detail enhancements and bug fixes.

Devon Technologies, LLC releases the fifth public beta of version 2.0 of all editions of its information manager DEVONthink as well as of the smart note-keeper DEVONnote. The fifth public beta of DEVONthink 2.0 and DEVONnote 2.0, again, brings lots of new and promised features as well as many detail enhancements and bug fixes.

The latest public beta adds a completely redesigned iPhone web application to DEVONthink Pro Office that not only lets the user search all shared databases remotely but also browse them in typical iPhone-style. It is also possible to add new notes to the global inbox on-the-go. While running inside Safari on the iPhone, the brand new web application, served automatically by DEVONthink Pro Office when an iPhone connects to its embedded web server, imitates the look-and-feel of a native iPhone application.

DEVONthink Pro and Pro Office install their global inbox in the Finder's sidebar as well as in all 'Save As' dialog windows so that users can now save documents directly to DEVONthink. The sidebar has been enhanced, sections are collapsible, and groups can be added to the favorites. Smart groups in the sidebar search all open databases, new search predicates prepare DEVONthink for the forthcoming tagging support. Finally, searching supports the 'Ignore umlauts' and 'Fuzzy' options again.

"The new iPhone web application as well as the seamless - and hack-less - addition of DEVONthink's inbox into the Finder's sidebar and all 'Save As' dialogs again shows our commitment to deliver high accessibility and tight integration without sacrificing our core strengths: making premium artificial intelligence technology available to all Mac users", says Eric Bohnisch-Volkmann, President of Devon Technologies.

Pressing the Space bar opens a Quick Look panel for selected items. The properties of RTF/RTFD and PDF documents can now be edited, and so can web archives also in DEVONthink Personal. Automator support has returned to DEVONthink Pro and all workflows have been updated. All editions also come with many internal changes, performance and stability enhancements, and bug fixes.

The version 2.0 upgrade addresses a large number of feature requests from the active user community and modernizes almost every aspect of the applications. These public betas are still incomplete but the already existing functionality is stable enough for sharing with the public. Smart tags, PDF annotations, enhanced image editing as well as the ability to upload files through the web interface are not implemented yet but will be delivered one after the other with each subsequent update. The user interface of all editions will be further polished, too.

New features of version 2.0 include but are not limited to: the ability to open multiple databases simultaneously (DEVONthink Pro), all advanced Boolean and proximity operators (as known from DEVONagent), wildcards and unlimited complex search terms, smart groups, unlimited undo/redo, an inbox, a trash can, and the support for almost all common file formats. The new Finder-like sidebar facilitates working with multiple databases.

DEVONthink 2.0 imports and displays Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), OpenOffice and iWork (Pages, Numbers, Keynote) files as well as Skim PDF packages and all other files that support or are supported by Mac OS X 10.5's QuickLook. Using Spotlight importers and plugins for indexing DEVONthink can also search files that it cannot display due to the lack of QuickLook support (Spotlight does not need to be active). Metadata, e.g. from PDF files, email messages, or Office documents is imported, indexed, displayed, and can be selectively searched, e.g. using smart groups.

DEVONthink 2.0 allows to create documents from templates and DEVONthink Pro Office 2.0 shares databases with other users on the local network or over the Internet via an interactive web interface based on the latest web technologies. RSS, RDF and Atom news feeds can be added as self-updating groups to any DEVONthink Pro database and so integrate live content with local documents. The independent 'Sorter' panel lets the user add data to your databases even when DEVONthink Pro is not open. Tabbed browsing and editing as well as Cover Flow simplifies working with large numbers of documents. A PDF sidebar allows rearranging and deleting pages.

The new database engine incorporated into DEVONthink 2.0 not only speeds up working with large databases but also stores all files in their original file format, e.g. Microsoft Word files and email messages. Files are no longer converted when imported and can be edited using external applications. In addition, all documents can be accessed from outside DEVONthink using a standard URL. This highly improves workflow integration with third-party solutions such as iCal, OmniFocus Daylite, Bookends, or Endnote.

DEVONthink Personal 2.0 and DEVONnote 2.0 inherit the three pane view formerly exclusive to the Pro editions as well as separate document windows and the full screen mode. In addition DEVONthink Personal is no longer limited to 10,000 images.

The public beta releases of DEVONthink Pro and Pro Office 2.0, DEVONthink Personal 2.0, and DEVONnote 2.0 require Mac OS X 10.5 or later and can be downloaded from their website. DEVONthink and DEVONnote can be test-driven for free for 150 hours of noncontinuous runtime until they need to be properly licensed. The public beta releases run without registration until May 31, 2009, before they need to be replaced by new betas or the final 2.0 releases.

DEVONthink Professional Office sells for $149.95, DEVONthink Professional for $79.95, DEVONthink Personal for $49.95, and DEVONnote for $24.95 in Devon Technologies' online shop. DEVONthink Pro Office and DEVONthink Pro are also available with the Internet research agent DEVONagent as bundles.

Users who purchased DEVONthink Personal, Pro, Pro Office or DEVONnote 1.x on or after July 1, 2008, are eligible for free upgrades. Users who have purchased before the grace period will be able to upgrade for attractive upgrade prices available on the Devon Technologies website.

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