Two small, versatile, high-value computer accesssories: Presenter Pro Remote with Green Laser Kensington $80 XtremKey LaCie $50 to $230, depending on capacity In commando,Read More
Two Unusual iPad Case/Stands Reviewed by Jackie Richards, Guest Writer PowerBack Battery Case with Kickstand and Dock Kensington $90 to $130 online PowerBack isRead More
MiCorder Company: Olens Technology $60 to $80 online If you are an iPhone or iPod touch snob, stop reading now and get back toRead More
Matias Tactilepro 3 Company: Matias Price: $149.99 USD Keyboards are very personal computer peripherals. The criteria you use to choose your keyboard can beRead More
By guest reviewer Devon Gilbert and John “Nemo” Nemerovski Devon and Nemo spent hours listening, evaluating, and comparing these three innovative, affordable headphones withRead More
Pelican i1015 Company: Pelican Price: $27 on Amazon iPods and iPhones fit snugly in this hard plastic protective case from Pelican. The inside ofRead More
Arctic Sound S111 Portable USB-powered Speakers Company: Arctic Cooling Price: $15.45 US http://www.arctic-cooling.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=81_90&mID=581 USB powered speaker are lousy, right? Wrong! The chilled-out company ArcticRead More
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.
The first question you have to ask yourself is, if you already own a DVD burner in your Mac (and chances are you do) do you need an external USB model? If so, then the Super WriteMaster Slim External DVD Writer from Samsung is a good choice.
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.
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.
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.
If you are new to a Mac, for whatever reason, you might thing why write an article about ejecting media on a Mac? You only have to pull out a thumb drive or push the button on the CD tray to eject it, right? Wrong. Ejecting media on a Mac is a little more complicated than that, especially if you are used to using a PC.
At MyMac.com, and other computer sites, terms like freeware, burn, jpeg, and more are being used all of the time. Sometimes we (the writers) take for granted that the audience understands what we are talking about. I figured I’d make a list of ten of the more common terms we might use in articles. You might look at a lot of the words below and think they are common sense. What might be common sense to you might be totally foreign to another person.Read More
Review – SanDisk ImageMate USBRead More