Feeling a little insecure about how small and lightweight that swanky new late 2013 Mac Pro is? No need to worry about someone walking off with that small black tube, Apple is here to save the day with a security lock.
A lot of people think "old" when they read "refurb" or "used" so we've made sure that all of this week's refurb models of Macs are as fresh as can be. Not one model predates last year and some of them are just barely a year old and some even less than that. So let's have a look at these gently used deals, buffed to a high gloss shine by Apple. And if that doesn't tempt you, we even have some great deals on brand new Macs and, as always, a round up of the hot discount gear ready and waiting for you.
We start small today and build bit by bit to the biggest Macs around, so begin with us at the tiniest of refurbs and grow. And this week is heavy on the devices, since there are so many great deals out there. There's a little something for everyone in this week's refurb round up, and with all the money you save on these slashed prices, don't forget to check out our gear deals too.
My mom used to tell me I would forget my head if it wasn’t attached. My husband has the patience of a saint, circling back to our house when I realize a block away that I forgot my iPhone. Kensington’s Proximo system isn’t the first of its kind, but its combination of durable, affordable hardware and a well-designed iPhone app is finally helping me stop losing and forgetting things.
You want reviews? We got reviews. This week, we took a look at tons of great software and hardware too, so we've got loads of opinions we're looking to share. Come on in and see what's good and what's gunk.
While Apple’s Magic Mouse lets you do a few multi-touch gestures, I’ve never liked how it felt in my hand, and I hate how it scrolls — I’d much rather have a real scrollwheel for navigating the long pages of text I read day in and day out. When I plugged in Kensington’s Pro Fit Mid-Size Mouse, it felt so much more comfortable and responsive that my Magic Mouse immediately went in a drawer and might never come out.
Sometimes, securing your Mac with a password is not enough to keep it from getting compromised. There are a multitude of things you can do to keeep your Mac safe from prying eyes. Read on and we'll show you how to protect both your iOS devices and your Mac.
We've got cases and apps and a whole lot more on sale for you this week. If you're looking for some great headphones for just a fraction of the cost, you've come to the right place. Yeah, you're looking at an iPhone case over there...
Whether you use your iPad 2 for work or play, the last thing you want to worry about is the possibility that someone might snatch up your tablet. With the sleek Kensington SecureBack Security Case, you can tether your iPad 2 to the nearest table leg or other sturdy object to thwart potential thieves. The case is equipped with a ClickSafe lock to keep your Apple tablet secure, and it has a useful stand that allows you to still prop up your device while it’s locked down.
Why is it that you can never find a pen when you need one? And though the iPad doesn’t ship with a stylus, if you do much sketching or digital note-taking, they’re handy to have around. But it’s annoying having to carry around a pen and a stylus at the same time, and constantly switching between the two. The Kensington Virtuoso Metro Stylus and Pen solves this conundrum by combining both into one handy do-everything writing utensil.