In our years of product reviews, we’ve looked at a number of iPod and iPhone cases, almost all of which are designed for a specfic model. This is usually due to Apple redesigning the enclosure of such devices. Sometimes it is as simple as buttons being moved or redesigned, while others mean the entire shape of the device has changed. Uniea’s $15 Omniverse is an inexpensive alternative that you can use with numerous devices…
In just a few short months, countless companies have created hard drive/hub combinations for the Mac mini. One such product is the NewerTech miniStack, available in sizes from 80-500GB, and even an add-your-own-drive model. Despite the miniStack having a name that will suggest it can only be used with the Mac mini, any USB- or […]
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.
Flash card readers have gained popularity, thanks to digital cameras, MP3 players, and PDAs that utilize such cards. Rather than drain the batteries of a camera other other device to copy a few files to or from your computer, you can simply insert the card like you would a disk and it will appear on […]
A few months ago, we took a look at MacAlly’s PHR-100AF FireWire enclosure for 3.5″ hard drives. Overall, we liked it, as it had very few drawbacks and a very attractive design. We wondered if its smaller sibling, the PHR-250CC would earn our praise for 2.5″ hard drives.