Macworld new products…Toast, Skype, Picasa… is running down the Macworld Hardware and software releases today.  Some standouts:

Toast 10 was released at Macworld.  You can get it at the Roxio Store for $79 (after $20 mail in rebate).  Or Amazon has it for $85 with no rebate hassles.

  • Roxio Toast 10 Titanium is the easiest and fastest way to burn your music, video, photo and data files on to CD, DVD or Blu-ray Disc for both Mac and PC
  • Locate, convert and burn your favorite shows, music and data to CD, DVD and Blu-ray discs, or sync to your iPhone, iPod and other mobile devices
  • Save and convert video from many popular video sharing websites
  • Automatically capture and tag streaming audio from the Internet right into your iTunes library
  • Roxio Toast 10 Titanium is the essential complement to MacOS X and iLife for disc burning and much more

Picassa for Mac and Skype 2.8Beta are, of course, free.  We are waiting (OMG don’t deny us APPLE!) for Slingplayer on iPhone

On the hardware front, get a MacBook Air from Apple for $999.

Also, OWC Offers the Newer Technologies new Voyager Q (for quad interface) eSATA, /Firewire400-800/USB SATA Hard Drive Adapter (picture below).  If you only need a USB model, Amazon has the Thermaltake for $32 (60% off).

Need a 1.5TB SATA HArd Drive to go in there?  Amazon offers a Seagate for 140 plus $8 shipping.  Or get them both for $172 (see combination deals).  Not too shabby.

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