Belkin Mini Surge Protector

The Mini Surge is incredibly handy for recharging your USB devices while traveling.  Back when FireWire was first introduced, one of its coolest features was that it delivered power and was a fast data conduit. At the time, USB’s trickle of electrons wasn’t enough to power much of anything. As devices became more frugal with their electricity, USB slowly turned into a recharging standard for many small gadgets. But there’s one major difference in how Macs handle these ports while asleep: FireWire ports continue to receive power, whereas USB ports don’t. So you can recharge a FireWire device while your laptop is asleep, but not a USB device. You have to leave the whole system running just to charge your iPod.

DataColor Spyder 3 Elite

An Unblinking Eye On Color Accuracy

Wacom Bamboo Fun

Drawing Tablet Sharpens Graphics Apps

Wacom Cintiq 12WX

You got your LCD in my graphics tablet!

M-Audio KeyRig 49

A little too basic for super serious composers, but it should be just right for everyone else.  GarageBand brought low-cost home recording to the average household Mac, giving weekend rock stars the opportunity to create musical masterpieces. But pecking out notes with a mouse cursor on an onscreen keyboard is no way make music. To really harness the power of GarageBand, you need a MIDI keyboard controller.

Microsoft Notebook Mouse for Mac

Microsoft's Minimum Effort

What's Up, Dock?

Apple Wireless Keyboard

Classic, Clean and Clutter-Free

Sling Media Slingbox Solo

Send TV Where It's Never Been Before

Dr. Bott T3 Hub

A great MacBook Air companion.