Twelve South’s BaseLift gives your MacBook a super slim, portable stand on the go. I’ve been using it for the last few weeks and now, I can’t seem myself with out it. Read the full review here!
Elgato’s Thunderbolt 2 Dock makes it easy to connect a range of peripherals to your Mac with a single Thunderbolt cable. Is it worth it? Here’s my review.
Inateck’s MacBook sleeve is an inexpensive way to keep your Mac protected on the go. Find out what I think in this full review.
Laptop stands aren’t exactly known for their portability, or versatility for that matter. After speaking with Twelve South’s founder Andrew Green at CU Exposed in London earlier tonight, it’s clear that BaseLift is their attempt to change that. Rather than being “just another” stand that’s restricted to your desk, the BaseLift is a super-thin, microfiber-layered…
The Nifty MiniDrive is a small plastic tray that houses a MicroSD card (anything upto 128GB) and slides right into your MacBook’s SD card slot. It allows you to expand your MacBook’s storage with a discreet look.
If you’re looking for a well constructed bag that you can throw around on your travels or daily commute to work, Booq’s Boa nerve could be a good fit.
The ParcSlope is being marketed as “The MacBook stand you can type on.” Rather than lifting the entire MacBook, it keeps the keyboard touching the surface but raises the screen.
Logitech’s £69.99 Performance MX is a mouse compatible with Mac & Windows that has been around since 2009 and has impressed ever since. I wanted to get my hands on it to see whether it lived up to the hype, and most importantly, to see whether
Premium craftsmanship and materials, modern look and excellent protection and comfort make the LE Bag Pro a no-brainer if you’re looking for a great bag.
BetterTouchTool is a free Mac app that essentially allows you to configure gestures and controls for your trackpad/mouse, Apple Remote, Leap Motion and keyboard.