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OK, Mac fans, some of you have been complaining lately about the lack of Apple coverage on the site - or to be more specific - on our Mac channel, which was completely bare for a couple of weeks.

We're sorry, there aren't as many as we used to be - and the Mac channel has not had the care and attention that it undoubtedly deserves.

Anyhow, there are some stories on this channel now, and just to show that we really haven't forgotten you, here's a little story from ATI.

Canada's biggest graphics chip maker is flogging a bundle on its site for North America. It's called the Entertain your Mac and it includes the heavily capitalised XCLAIM TV USB EDITION card and a RADEON™ 7000 MAC EDITION graphics card. So you can get to turn your Mac into a TV for $199. Bargain. The promo ends April 30.

OK, so it's not exactly earth-shattering. But rest assured, we intend to bring you more not exactly earth shattering Apple stories in the future.

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