Your Mac has a built-in way to tell you whether your Mac’s warranty or AppleCare coverage is still active, and it’s crucial to find this in case you’ve got a hardware issue. Free repairs are always awesome, right? So let’s learn how to get that info!
The Sonnet Echo 15+ Thunderbolt Dock is unlike anything else on the market. But are unique features such as an integrated Blu-ray drive and support for up to two internal drives enough to justify its delayed launch? Read on to see if this feature-packed but expensive Thunderbolt 2 docking station makes sense in an emerging Thunderbolt 3 world.
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.
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.
When buying a new Mac, Apple provides basic CPU info but hides the specific processor model. This is fine for most users, but those troubleshooting issues or hoping to compare their Mac to a PC or older Mac may want to know exactly which CPU is powering their system. Here’s how to quickly find your Mac’s CPU model via Terminal.
CalDigit offered the best first-generation Thunderbolt dock in the industry, and now the company is back with a new design featuring Thunderbolt 2 support and even more ports. Read our full review to see how the CalDigit Thunderbolt Station 2 compares to the competition, and find out if you should add it to your Thunderbolt-equipped workflow.
Fans waited years to see Apple’s new 2014 Mac mini, and they were rewarded with soldered RAM, slower processors, and a lack of new features. Is the 2014 Mac mini an unsalvageable disaster? Or are there a few key features that make the system a good buy for some users?
Apple today finally updated the long-neglected Mac mini. The new model sports the same design but features improved internals including Haswell CPUs, Intel HD Iris graphics, PCIe flash storage, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi. The new model also gets a $100 price cut and is available starting today at $499.
Partly due to production delays which kept them out of many consumers’ hands until early this year, and partly due to Apple’s recent trend of letting Macs go long periods without updates, it seems like the ultra-slim 2012 iMac just joined the Mac family yesterday. But according to a new research note from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple may release the 2013 update to the line as early as this month. No significant form factor changes are expected after…