We're mixing it up a little here by leaving the MacBook Airs out of this week's Deal Roundup. There are still plenty of those models on tap, but we wanted to give a little shout out to the MacBook Pro, the souped up bigger brother to the lighter than air Apple laptops. And so, in honor of our beloved machine that we're currently writing this article on, we present some great Pros. Plus some interesting accessories that make things a bit more fun for you.
This week, all our refurb Mac deals are from this year. With the approaching Black Friday deals coming up, there will be some pretty sweet pricing coming down the pike on Cupertino's line of products, so rather than offer you the lowest price models from 2012, it's the newest refurbs out there. So start your holiday shopping earlier than the mobs and hook up with some deals right now.
USB thumb drives are a great way to keep a lot of content in your pocket for dirt cheap, but they're not much good when it comes to sharing that data with mobile devices -- a problem SanDisk aims to eliminate.
Encrypting your external drives can help protect your data from peering eyes. No matter what type of external drive you have -- whether it's a thumb drive or a USB-connected platter-based one -- you can encrypt it and seal its contents right from within the Finder.
There are little options when you want to keep private things private in today's digital world. For securing native digital objects, encryption is your best option, especially when it comes to those easy-to-lose removable devices. Read on to find out how to keep your USB thumb drives secure by encrypting it and the files on it.
It’s Tuesday, and that often means new stuff from Apple. This week is no exception, although the product in question isn’t exactly “new” -- it’s the same OS X Lion released back on July 20 to the Mac App Store, but available at a higher price on a USB thumb drive.
Why bother carrying around extra hardware to store your files when your iPhone already makes the perfect storage advice? Think about it: your phone is always with you, and with an app called GoodReader, you can easily and effortlessly share files via Wi-Fi. Read on to find out how to set up your iOS device to enable this nifty feature.
Flash drives are getting better, harder, faster, stronger--and smaller. As storage becomes more portable, so does the need to secure your data. Read on and we'll show you how easy it can be to create a secure disk image on your thumb drive to store all your top secret files.
Moore's Law rocks and keeps on
rocking! Simply stated, it generally runs that the amount of awesome in
your computer and other digital devices will double every two years.
Just consider how the iPod has improved since it arrived in 5 and 10 GB
models in 2001.