MateDeck Control Deck For Multiple Griffin PowerMates

Posted: Oct 15 2003, 11:53pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:45am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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MateDeck Control Deck For Multiple Griffin PowerMates
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Today, MacMice releases its line of aluminum and acrylic control decks for holding multiple PowerMate USB controllers.

With the release of its new beta software for the PowerMate, Griffin Technology has enabled users to attach up to five separate PowerMate USB controllers to their Mac. The MacMice MateDeck is a desktop holder system created to hold and organize multiple PowerMates, in arrays of from two to five units. The MateDeck is made from 5052 aluminum and Acrylite brand acrylic sheet, and is available in a clear anodized or black anodized finish, to match either of the available PowerMate finishes. The MateDeck is fully described and available for purchase from the MacMice Workspace Products Co. web site, and is priced starting at $39.99.

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