Other World Computing announced today that it will be including Prosoft Engineering’s SoundBunny volume control application — a $9.99 value — for free with purchases of $100 or more from OWC. Additionally, this first-of-its-kind program for the Mac is specially priced at $0.99 when purchased with any other item from OWC on the same order. Both promotional offers are while supplies last.
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.
“Besides offering the highest performance and quality in products, we’re well-known for offering added value services, support, and special offers like this,” said Larry O’Connor, Founder and CEO, Other World Computing. “SoundBunny is just one of those neat little programs you can’t do without and we’re very pleased to be able to offer it to the Mac community for free or at a significant savings from retail.”
Want a chance to see the newest groundbreaking Other World Computing products up close? You’re reading this so, we’ll take that as an ardent yes!
Do you also want to see thousands of exhibitors from all types of consumer technology markets and all the new gadgets and gizmos you can handle at the same location? Well, of course you do!
Now what if you could gain entrance to see all of that and more free of charge? OK, we get it – enough with the questions. All you need to do is simply register for the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show by Aug. 31. That’s it, no catch! You can register by mail, fax or online . The 2013 CES will take place Jan. 8-11, 2013, at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
And if you need more incentive to make your plans soon, admission price will cost $100 beginning Sept. 1 and will jump to $200 on Jan. 2, 2013, so act fast!
Need help finding us when you get there? The friendly faces of Team OWC will be waiting in booth LVCC, North Hall – 5812 to answer all of your questions and show you our latest and greatest products up close and personal.
So in the meantime, go ahead and start to figure out which great OWC upgrade you’re going to use your $200 in savings on.
Newer Technology, Inc. (NewerTech) announced today that it will be showcasing Power2U at the Other World Computing (OWC) booth #5231 in the LVCC North Hall during the Consumer Electronics Show which begins Tuesday. Designed to enhance living and working spaces by eliminating the need for unsightly, bulky power adapters, Power2U is the industry’s first and only patented, home-safe, UL Listed dual AC socket/dual USB port in-wall charging solution. Visitors to the OWC booth will be able to experience the convenience of the Power2U firsthand by charging up one of their USB or AC powered devices.
Complements Any Decor
A leading developer of Macintosh, PC, iPod, iPhone, and iPad performance upgrades and accessories, Newer Technology designed the Power2U to seamlessly blend into any residential wall as a standard power outlet. Incorporating two traditional three-prong AC wall sockets in addition to two USB 3.0/2.0/1.1 ports, the Power2U is a basic ‘DIY’ install on any 15Amp circuit with a 16-cubic-inch electrical box. Article Continues…
The holidays are drawing nearer, which means you’re getting short on time to order if you want your “ground delivery” items to arrive in time. Whether you’re getting some more RAM and an OWC SSD to max out that MacBook Pro you got your significant other, presenting Junior with a Newer Technology GripStand for his trusty iPad, or are picking up an OWC Mercury Elite Pro Qx2 for weird Uncle Jerry who manages to fill up a whole hard drive every couple of months with “neat stuff he’s found online”, you’ll want to act fast.
So, to add a little incentive to order now (besides avoiding that look of disappointment when the only thing they have next to the Festivus Pole is a picture you printed out and a hastily scribbled note saying that “it’s coming), OWC is offering for a limited time free shipping on all orders $29 and up.
Yep… that’s right. In addition to our large selection of holiday specials and our Checkout with Amazon offer, any order totaling $29 and up shipping to the Contiguous 48 States will get ground shipping on us. Don’t worry, we’ve also got some great offers for shipping to Hawaii, Alaska, and international destinations, as well.
Of course, as with all good things, this deal won’t be around forever. You have until 11:59PM (Central Time) on Friday to order and take advantage of the lowest order amount we’ve ever set to qualify for free shipping.
So act now, or else risk being the subject of the Airing of Grievances.
Everybody loves a chance to win something; if they didn’t, Wheel of Fortune would be little more than a spelling test followed by a look through a Sears catalog. Once you add prizes, though, things get much more interesting – and that’s where the folks at TweakTown come in.
You see, they’re giving away one a 240GB Mercury Electra 6G Solid State Drive to one lucky winner, and two other winners will get a Newer Technology GripStand/GripBase Bundle for iPad and another bundle for iPad 2 owners. Of course, with such great prizes at stake, there are a few minor things you’ll have to do to enter:
- Become a fan of OWC’s Facebook page (i.e., “Like” us).
- Post “I want to win some OWC goodies at TweakTown thanks to Other World Computing!” on the contest thread.
- Report that you’ve performed the first two steps by posting on the forum page on TweakTown’s site.
Pretty simple, huh?
Contest entry runs from today until December 10, 2011. If you are a winner, you will be asked to provide your full name, address and telephone number for shipping.
Check out TweakTown’s contest page for full details.