Consumers may have embraced the concept of feature-rich, multifunction inkjet printers whose replacement ink is more expensive than buying a whole new unit, but this isn’t an ideal scenario for businesses that require sturdier hardware capable of pumping out a high volume of pages each month.
For the ultimate in speed, it's hard to beat a solid-state drive. Unfortunately, capacities are limited, and you'll still pay a steep premium for the largest models. Buffalo's new DriveStation DDR attempts to bring together the capacity of a traditional platter-based hard drive with the speed of an SSD in the form of the DriveStation DDR. It's a novel concept, and while we were skeptical at first, the DriveStation has us convinced that it is possible to have it all: super-fast data speeds and lots of storage in a budget-friendly package.
Size-wise, iPad mini is the middle child of the iOS family, but hand-me-down clothes aren't really an option here. Luckily, casemakers have been quick to produce cases made especially for Apple's midsized tablet. We've reviewed every one we've been able to get our hands on, from sleeves to anti-shock cases to widgetlike stands, and as we review more, we'll update this gallery.
STM's Grip is a jack-of-all-trades. Adding a hardshell case to a cover that can sleep & wake your iPad, the Grip also features a textured surface to help you hang on, and a flip-out kickstand that can hold your iPad at two different angles.
On Guard's Sleeve is as simple as it's name. The microsuede sleeve has magnetic clasps on one end, and your mini slips inside easily. It doesn't add a lot of bulk, so it's perfect for using inside a computer bag or purse.