Kinesis Keyboard – Review

Kinesis Freestyle 2 Ergonomic Keyboard  Company: Kinesis Corporation Version: Freestyle2 Compatible with: Macs; separate version available for Windows Requires: USB port, Mac OS X

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Just Mobile Highway
Review

Just Mobile Highway Company: Just Mobile Price: $34.99 Just Mobile Highway is a car charger for iPhone, iPad and other USB-powered devices. The Highway plugs into

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DataTale TQ-M12H – Review



The handle is a guide as you insert your drive into a custom powered bay that connects to your Macintosh via FireWire 800/400/USB/eSATA. All necessary cables are provided.

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Clickfree Transformer Special Edition – Review


No, it doesn’t morph into an Autobot, but the Clickfree Transformer Special Edition does transform any unused space on your iPhone, iPod Touch or external USB drive into backup storage. While the device is simple to use and works well, it’s hampered by a few software glitches and a relatively steep price.

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Arc Mouse – Review


It takes a lot to innovate in the world of computer mice these days. After all, seen one mouse seen them all, right? Wrong. Microsoft has figured out a way to innovate the mouse with their Arc Mouse.

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RAIDBank4 – Review


Briefly described, the RAIDBank4 is a 4.85 x 6.5 x 9.1 inch box which holds four SATA hard drives (in this case, there were four decent quality Western Digital 500 GB drives). Micronet bills this unit as the "world’s smallest RAID". While I don’t know this to be true, I don’t think it could get much smaller.

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Logitech QuickCam Vision Pro – Review


This past spring I made it a mission of mine to find as many Mac compatible webcams as possible. It hasn’t been easy. They seem to be few and far between. Recently, Logitech released the QuickCam Vision Pro, a Mac only camera, that is one of the best webcams I have tried.

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Fenestration 42
Data Exchange in the Clouds


For users straddling the Windows PC and Mac worlds, the question of seamless data interchange between the systems can be a challenging one. Of course, with the capabilities of OS X, the rise of USB and the availability of flash drives and external disks it is probably easier than it has ever been to pass data, but nevertheless there are still considerations of disk formats, file formats and application versions to consider.

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