September 27, 2004

Review: MacAlly iceCad

When Apple introduced Inkwell with Jaguar, Mac users everywhere thought it was cool, except, most people couldn’t use it. The main reason for this was that graphics tablets were priced out of most consumers reach. Also, there was not much of a need for consumers or even casual graphic designers to have a dedicated tablet, […]

September 22, 2004

Review: The iRac

Laptop stands can be found in almost any shape or size, with large, ergonomic products designed for desk use; and small, inexpensive models for travel use. We took a look at the $10 iRac, one of the cheapest laptop stands on the market.

September 14, 2004

Review: Altec Lansing VS4121

Digital music is an integral part in the computing experience. Whether it be with a computer running iTunes, an iPod, or just playing some audio CDs, all the music ends up in the same place – headphones or speakers. Since many of the Macs out there come with lackluster speakers, we decided to take a […]

September 9, 2004

Article: Grumblings of a Mac User

Over the last few weeks, I’ve heard a few things that have been quite annoying, but I’ve let slide. Well, I decided to write a few of these things down to prevent, paraphrasing Lewis Black “blood from shooting out of my nose”. Anyway, here are just some random rants and observances that I’d just like […]

Review: MacAlly icePad

After reviewing many laptop stands, including the Laptop Desk and the Laptop Desk Ultralite, we had the chance to take a look at MacAlly’s offering. The icePad features the same folding design of the Laptop Desks, but is designed to match Apple’s portables.