Macworld Introduces ”Apple TV Superguide”
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – MAY 11, 2007 – Macworld, the world's foremost authority on Apple's revolutionary products, announced the release of the Macworld Apple TV Superguide, the latest installment of its popular Superguide series. Developed by Macworld's award-winning editorial team, the "Apple TV Superguide" provides tips, tools, and a complete how-to guide for operating Apple's exciting new Apple TV hardware, which connects television sets to the music, video, and photos stored on a Mac or Windows PC. Commercially available in three formats, the Superguide can be downloaded immediately as a PDF for $12.95, or purchased as a CD-ROM for $15.00 or full-color book for $24.99 (price for CD-ROM and book includes shipping and handling). All versions are available now at: http://www.macworld.com/2806 .
"The Apple TV is designed to take everything from your computer and bring it right into your living room via an easy, remote-control-driven interface," said Jason Snell, VP/Editorial Director of Macworld. "And the 'Apple TV Superguide' will help you get the most out of your Apple TV with tips and advice about set-up and operation."
Edited by Macworld Senior Features Editor Kelly Turner, the Superguide boasts a collection of the most important and indispensable advice for Apple TV owners. Complete with information on everything from set-up, navigation and troubleshooting to managing your media, this valuable resource offers consumers everything they need to know about operating their Apple TV. Written in a straightforward, easy-to-follow format, the Superguide speaks to Mac and PC users at all levels.
The Macworld Apple TV Superguide is the fourth release in the Superguide series. Other Superguides currently available for sale include the Macworld Mac Basics Superguide, Macworld Digital Photography Superguide, and the Macworld iPod and iTunes Superguide:
Macworld Mac Basics Superguide: www.macworld.com/1733
Macworld Digital Photography Superguide: www.macworld.com/0996
Macworld iPod and iTunes Superguide: www.macworld.com/1370
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