A few months ago, we reviewed Kensington’s Expert Mouse, a $100 trackball, that has easily become one of our favorite input devices. Unfortunately, not everyone wants to spend that much on something like that, no matter how good it is, so we decided to look at one of Kensington’s lower-end offerings, the $25 PilotMouse Optical […]
After the iPod shuffle came onto the market, there have been a ton of products introduced that help make docking the shuffle easier. Some products, like the DLO Flexible Dock, make hard-to-reach USB ports easier to get to. Others, like the SwitchEasy PivotDock make the shuffle more aesthetically pleasing.
A few months ago, we tested MacAlly’s PHR-100AF hard drive enclosure. While good, it only worked with FireWire-equipped computers. For those with FireWire 800 or USB 2, and would rather connect to their hard drive that way, or for anyone who wants a more universal drive, MacAlly offers the fanless PHR-100ACB.
Altec Lansing’s inMotion was a good product, but lacked in some categories. With new iPods being introduced, the dock was too small, and the audio could have used some improvement. The newest product, the inMotion iM3 took the original inMotion speakers, added a remote, an improved design, and much more.
Back in the old days, Apple used to include speakers with many of their computers. The problem with these, known as the Pro Speakers, was that they required a special jack, since the computer provided the power. Since there were only two satellites, Harman/Kardon offered a USB-based subwoofer for this setup, called the iSub. This […]