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Briefly: Upcoming Moshi Codex case update, Akvis Retoucher update
Friday, May 24, 2013 @ 2:29pm

Moshi has announced that it will be releasing a second generation of its Codex MacBook cases later this summer. Designed in variants for the MacBook Air and Retina MacBook Pro, the updated Codex case features a new binding for added durability and is now fully approved by the TSA. Other features include full access to all ports, a water-resistant coating, and soft interiors for protection from shocks and scratches. Codex will be available in both Steel Black and Brushed Titanium for the 13-inch MacBook Air and 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro for $75. It will be available in Steel Black for the 11-inch MacBook Air and 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro for $70 and $80 respectively.



Akvis Retoucher update intros batch processing Akvis Retoucher has been updated with new support for editing groups of images simultaneously. The photo retouching software includes a variety of tools for removing dust, scotches, and other defects, as well as for reconstructing missing or bad parts of images using information from the surrounding areas. The new Batch Processing feature in v6.0 can be applied to any of the software's editing tools, allowing users to quickly retouch groups of photos with similar defects or the same date stamp. A free trial of Akvis Retoucher can be downloaded online, while a full license sells for $87.

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