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Sonnet PodFreq

If you're tired of buying FM transmitters that cut in and out and deliver horrible sound quality, Sonnet offers you a product that might be of interest: a battery-free FM transmitter that--gasp--works!

By January 6, 2006

MSRP: $39.95

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Be a poet with William Shakespeare's Star Wars Sonnet Generator

Sith lightsabers are red. R2-D2's lights are blue. Answer four questions, and this William Shakespeare's Star Wars Sonnet Generator will make a love poem just for you.

By September 4, 2015

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Missing the Xserve? Sonnet has a rack-mounted answer

If you're missing Apple's Xserve line of computers, then Sonnet's xMac Mini Server is one way to get your Mac back into the rack.

By May 23, 2013

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Apple's Thunderbolt potential increases with new adapters

Apple's Thunderbolt technology has great potential both for speed and configuration, which has been exemplified with the release of new adapters from Sonnet technologies.

By August 30, 2011

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SCSI conflict also affects Sonnet 1.2 GHz upgrade card

SCSI conflict also affects Sonnet 1.2 GHz upgrade card

By June 28, 2004

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Utilities Updates: Folder Icon X�1.6.2; Nisus Writer Express�1.0; Sonnet X Tune-Up�1.2.7; Font Reserve�3.1.2; more

Utilities Updates: Folder Icon X 1.6.2; Nisus Writer Express 1.0; Sonnet X Tune-Up 1.2.7; Font Reserve 3.1.2; more

By July 11, 2003

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Sonnet manufacturing flaw can cause overheating

Sonnet manufacturing flaw can cause overheating

By May 23, 2003

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Wake from Deep Sleep issue with Sonnet ATA133 version 4.0 drivers

Wake from Deep Sleep issue with Sonnet ATA133 version 4.0 drivers

By May 20, 2003

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Utilities Updates: Sonnet Tempo ATA133, HD, Trio 4.0; iTunes Publisher 3.1; Team Task 2.2; more

Utilities Updates: Sonnet Tempo ATA133, HD, Trio 4.0; iTunes Publisher 3.1; Team Task 2.2; more

By May 16, 2003

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Sonnet G4/700 MHz and Power Computing PowerCenter 150

Sonnet G4/700 MHz and Power Computing PowerCenter 150

By January 29, 2003