XtremeMac sells off Mac peripheral business

Accessory maker XtremeMac said Monday it has sold off its lineup of Macintosh products to concentrate entirely on the burgeoning market for iPod add-ons.

The company said its XrackPro and XtroVert racks for Xserve and Xserve RAIDs will now be manufactured, marketed and sold by a new company called Gizmac. Gizmac will be led by Tim Cave, an XtremeMac founder and one of the creators of its professional product line.

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