The following contest is scheduled for one fall. Making their way to the ring, weighing at least half a pound each: a bunch of smartphone docks.
I’m loathe to take advantage of anything that adds thickness to my devices, and haven’t put a case on any of my nine iPhones, so you know I really like this thing.
If you're looking for an easy way to raise your iMac screen closer to eye level, HiRise will do that. If you want a quick way to eliminate any trace that you use an external hard drive, or leave your keys and wallet on your desk HiRise will also do that. And because it's machined from aluminum, it will do so in…
I like the idea of an iPad as a second (or maybe third) screen, and an articulating arm that can position a tablet just so sounds great. But staring at Twelve South's new HoverBar, I feel like I'm staring at something that would be at home in a cubical at any sterile office building.
For those who travel alot, they know the less things you have to keep track of, the better. Herein lies the genius of TwelveSouth's PlugBug: it clips onto your MacBook charger and adds a USB port for powering a second device.
I'm a sucker for books. Doubly for anything that makes things that aren't books look like books. Especially when those things that aren't books but look like books are super tiny and adorable. Enter: BookBook for iPhone 4.
The BookBook for the MacBook Air—like the MacBook version before it—is a beautiful leather-bound, hand-distressed hardcover case for your laptop. You'll feel like you're carrying a book again.
For you iPad owners who want to be extra cheeky about the fact that you're helping books go the way of the dodo, TwelveSouth's BookBook case wraps your tablet in hardback leather. Think War and Peace: Plants vs. Zombies edition.
Twelve South, makers of Mac accessories that are sometimes prettier than they are practical, have a new way for you to protect your MacBook or MacBook Pro: hardbound leather.
On your desk, it's about the size and thickness of a triple-decker Wonder bread sandwich. But the BassJump, an aluminum micro subwoofer to match your MacBook Pro, made me salivate more than soft, refined carbs covered in mayo ever did.
BassJump is, quite simply, a dedicated subwoofer to complement your MacBook—in both aesthetics and sound.