July 27, 2005

Article: What Can $50 Get You?

An iBook. No, it’s not a scam, and if you already know what I’m talking about, good for you. You can skip the next paragraph or so. For everyone else, Henrico County Public Schools in Virginia is selling about 1000 of their iBook G3s to anyone who shows up in two weeks. These iBooks have […]

July 26, 2005

Review: Miglia EvolutionTV

A little over a year ago, we took a look at the Miglia AlchemyTV DVR, a TV solution for Power Mac G4 and G5 owners. After a few software updates, we found it to be an excellent product, both in price, features, and usability. For a little more than some DVD/VCR combos, you could have […]

July 25, 2005

Review: Tom Bihn Monolith

Sometimes Eric needs to take a little break from writing this site or step aside so someone more qualified can chime in. In this case, Eric’s brother Paul offers a review a case for his iBook. Protecting a laptop is an excellent idea, but a stand-alone laptop case can be dropped and makes an excellent […]

July 20, 2005

Review: Griffin SiliSkins for iPod shuffle

Since the iPod shuffle hit the market in January, there have been quite a few cases. Some people believe that the iPod shuffle should stay naked, more than any other iPod. Besides, it doesn’t have a screen to scratch, is plain plastic instead of the glossier, polished plastic found on the big iPods, and doesn’t […]

July 19, 2005

Review: Matias iPod Armor

Matias, the Canadian maker of specialized keyboards, high-quality Mac keyboards, and laptop cases, has also become known for their iPod Armor, a product that was originally designed for the early iPods, but has evolved into something that is compatible with all full-size iPods.