Not everyone is lucky enough to make it out to sunny San Francisco for the 2013 Macworld | iWorld expo. But those who are attending the event have a chance to be even luckier by stopping by Other World Computing’s Booth 401.
As we outlined recently in the OWC Blog, the first 15 attendees standing in line at 2:00 p.m. at OWC’s booth today and Saturday who “make their case” as to why their current iPhone 5 or iPhone 4/4S case doesn’t measure up to the NuGuard KX will receive a free KX case upon trading-in their current case to OWC booth staff!
And for those of you who can’t make it to MacWorld, you’ll still have a chance to win a kinetic energy X-Orbing NuGuard KX! Using creativity and humor, send OWC a video up to :30 in duration that explains why you need to upgrade your old case to a NuGuard KX. OWC judges will choose 50 winning videos deemed to be the most entertaining and/or worthy of an upgrade. To enter, upload a high-quality video to www.youtube.com, and email OWC the link, iPhone model, and NuGuard KX color preference at firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00 p.m. Central Time, February 7, 2013. Select videos may be featured on OWC’s blog, Twitter feed and Facebook wall, so keep us bookmarked and look for yours!
It really is that easy: Just make your case, and get our case!
Wednesday, December 12th, 2012 | Author: OWC Jarrod
There has been a lot of talk about numbers today around the Other World Computing Campus here in Woodstock, Ill. Today is the last sequential date of most of our lifetimes, which of course is significant because it’s the last day that remembering what date to write on a check will be easy. But another number has also been creating buzz at OWC today, and that number is zero.
That’s because OWC announced today that it is re-introducing its offer to include Prosoft Engineering’s SoundBunny volume control application — a $9.99 value — for free on all orders of $1 or more until December 24. That’s right, all you have to do is place any order of at least $1 and you’ll get the Mac volume control application that provides the ability to control the volume level for all open applications in one, easy-to-use interface absolutely free! The offer will appear in your basket automatically with your other product purchases. If SoundBunny was added to the cart before the free qualification, SoundBunny’s price will be auto-updated to free.
This deal is only available while supplies last, so you’ll want to act fast to guarantee yours!
As if the holiday deals were not reason enough already to shop with us this Cyber Monday, Other World Computing announced today that all orders of $1 or more will include Prosoft Engineering’s SoundBunny volume control application — a $9.99 value — for free!
Of course, a deal like this can’t last forever. It’s only available today, so act fast to guarantee yours. The offer will appear in your basket automatically with any order totaling $1 or more in other product purchases. If SoundBunny was added to the cart before the free qualification, SoundBunny’s price will be auto-updated to free.
Controls Each Application’s Volume Independently
SoundBunny is a simple, yet powerful Mac volume control application that provides the ability to control the volume level for all open applications in one, easy-to-use interface. Set the volume high for a movie or game you’re playing, while setting the volume low or even muted for Mail alerts or notifications. Since the program discovers all of the sound-enhanced applications that are running, you can also control any others that need to be turned down or muted. Gone forever is the hassle of having to change your Mac’s master volume setting for each app change.
Didn’t get a chance to take advantage of our free SoundBunny offer on Cyber Monday? Well, you are in luck! Because of the popular demand for this unique volume control application, we’re extending our offer for an entire Cyber Week special. Offer ends at approximately 11:30 p.m. this Friday or while supplies last.
Everybody loves the Newer Technology Power2U AC/USB Wall Outlet.
Ever since it was introduced last year, the Power2U has won a number of awards and seals of approval. From home-improvement sites to tech blogs and everywhere in between, this clever marriage of a standard two-outlet wall socket and a 2-port USB charger into one UL-listed package is revered as being unbelievably useful and easy-to-install – something you’re sure to want in your own homes.
This just may be your lucky day, as MommyBlogExpert is holding a giveaway contest for a Power2U of your very own.
There are a number of ways to enter, but before you do, you need to leave a message on the main contest page. Once you’ve done that, you can earn yourself extra entries by liking, following or subscribing to a number of different MommyBlogExpert and/or Newer Technology social portals. See the contest page for full details.
Even if you don’t win, you can still get a Power2U from OWC. At prices starting at $12 after OWC instant rebate (compared to the regular price of $24.99), you can get one for all your rooms that could use a reduction in cable clutter.
But it wouldn’t hurt to try for a free one, either.
Last week, we announced a promotion where we’re offering a copy of Prosoft Engineering’s SoundBunny audio control software free with any order over $100, or for 99¢ with any other item on the same order. That’s great and everything (because, hey, free/inexpensive software) but you’ll probably want to know a little more about the software and how you may want to use it before installing it.
SoundBunny allows you to set the individual volume levels for each application you have open, independent of the others. To give a more “analog” description, it acts kind of like an audio mixing board, with each application you have open on a separate channel. You can then set the sound level higher on some, lower on others, and/or mute others completely until it’s just they way you like it.
It’s a simple premise, really, and one that’s been implemented in the past, though those were pretty much all for PowerPC machines and/or have been discontinued. SoundBunny, though was written for current OS X versions and Intel processors, so it’ll run on more modern hardware and software. Article Continues…