UK reseller round-up

UK reseller round-up

This week sees seminar events and a new service for owners of older Macs as activity from resellers in the UK and Ireland.

Mac-owners with older Macs are being offered a new service from Republic of Ireland Mac reseller Compu b, which has launched MacEstimator.

MacEstimator is an online quotation tool that provides a trade in price for old Macs. For example, using the service, a 12.1-inch G3 iBook 700MHz can be traded in for £380, a 12.1-inch G4 PowerBook 867MHz gets a return of £760, and a 15-inch G4 iMac 700MHz trades in for £500.

Users have the opportunity to offer more details about configuration and added peripherals of sale items.

The company suggests that those whose models are not listed on the site should email [email protected].

Speaking at MacExpo, Compu b director Denis O’Connell said: “We have had an incredible response to the service. People say that they don’t want the hassle of selling on eBay and this is the ideal solution.”

Showgoer Lee Meader, a film maker, agreed: “I’d love a G5 but the only way could afford one is if I could trade-up my G4. Someone should offer that as an option.”

Hi Tec
Hi-Tec Computer Services in Bradford is to host a music event at the Corn Exchange in Leeds today (Friday).

The Future of Music Technology event will offer an introduction to new music software, hardware, and audio production. It will feature presentations by Apple and M-Audio, and a PowerBook DJ.

The event opens with an education demo at 1.45pm, followed by an audio demo at 2pm, an M-Audio demo at 3pm, and a Live Set by PowerBook DJ E.A.S.E from 4.30pm.

Square Group is hosting a free Macromedia event on Thursday, December 4 at its store on New Oxford Street, London WC1.

Macromedia and Square staff will be on hand to demonstrate Dreamweaver MX, Flash MX, Flash Pro and the recently announced Contribute for Mac.

The event runs from 6-8pm. Refreshments are provided.

To reserve a place email [email protected] or telephone 020 7692 6810.

1 Comment

  1. Molehill

    January 31, 2010 at 9:02 am

    I want to play Smite on my Xbox one because… i love to try the gaming style and to know how you do to cast spells and play for fun with a co1ol in you hand and few butto1 and to see what hirez have done with the style. i would also want to see the grapihs and the feeling when you can control the game

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