Many schools are now deploying iPads to students, requiring useful and durable cases to protect their investment in these useful but fragile devices. Case manufacturer UZBL thinks it has the perfect cases for schools and other large organizations, so we took a look to at three of the company’s iPad cases to see they provide the right balance of protection and portability for students and regular iPad owners alike.
The StarTech Triple Video Docking Station can add up to three monitors and a host of ports to your Mac or Windows laptop, but not without some important limitations. Check out our full review to see if this unique docking station can meet your needs.
Do you just toss your Apple Watch on the nightstand each night to charge, surrounded by other cables and chargers? If so, check out the Spigen S350, an attractive, functional, and cheap Apple Watch stand that could make your Apple Watch charging experience a whole lot better.
Looking for something a bit different from a portable Bluetooth speaker? The Frankenspiel FS-X packs big sound and unique features into a tiny package. Check out our full hands-on review.
Laptop docking stations are nothing new, but a recently released product from StarTech promises to let a user share a single multi-display desktop workstation setup between two Mac or Windows laptops. We put the StarTech docking station to the test to see how the experience works.
It’s the season of virtualization software updates, and Parallels is first out of the gate this year with the release of Parallels Desktop 11. What’s new in this version and, more importantly, how does it perform compared to its predecessor? Read on for our initial review and benchmarks.
Mechanical keyboards allow many users to type faster, more accurately, and more comfortably than the cheaper membrane style keyboards that come with most computers and laptops, but few mechanical keyboards are designed for the Mac. Check out our review of the Das Keyboard 4 Professional for Mac to see if this high quality mechanical keyboard is what you need to take your typing experience to the next level.
OS X’s System Preferences controls your Mac’s universal sleep settings, but what if you only want to keep your Mac awake on certain occasions? A free app called Caffeine can stop your Mac from sleeping with a single click in the OS X Menu Bar. Here’s a quick look at Caffeine and how to use it.