Award-winning peripheral maker, Box Clever, has returned to the Mac industry re-launching its range of storage solutions.

Box Clever won a string of awards until exiting the industry in late 2004. It took home a Macworld UK Award in 2002 for its Remix Pro video and audio archiving solution, a runners-up award in 2003 and was nominated for another in 2004.

The company was also among the first to introduce an external DVD-RAM drive for Macs in 2000.

The relaunched firm has moved with the times and is offering an exciting and innovative range, including internal, desktop, portable and RAID storage solutions. It has also diversified its offering with a range of devices designed to complement your television.

For desktop users, Box Clever's new ProDrive offers FireWire 800, FireWire 400, USB 2.0 and eSATA ports. This range of fanless 7,200rpm drives are available in capacities of up to 750GB (£234).

The company's mobile range consists of the tiny iDrive. Just 13.4-x-7.5-x-1.4cms in size, this range of bus-powered drives provides both FireWire 400/800 and USB 2.0 connectivity. Capacities start at 80GB (£84.50) and max out at 160GB (just £103.35).

The company also offers a RAID solution, proraid. This range maxes-out at 1TB and costs just £285.

Box Clever also offers a home entertainment solution that competes with the AppleTV, the Box Office (£179). This device streams content from your computer and can output that content through your TV. It's also capable of accessing internet radio.

Take a look at the firm's re-launched product range on the interactive company website.