GTMax Macbook Air Silicone Keyboard cover is a soft silicon material that protects your MacBook keyboard from dust and other hazardous material like liquids, while also minimizing wear and tear so the keyboards lasts longer. Since it is made of silicon it rests flat as soon as you open it, and the cover has the MacBook keyboard printed on it.
You spent some hard-earned cash on your Macbook Air, doesn't it make sense to invest in a quality hard case as well? Sure, you could get a cheap case to save your computer from scratches, but if you're accident prone or just want to KNOW that your computer is safe, then consider the Booq Viper and iPearl mCover hard shell cases. We'll give you all the details here so that you can make an informed decision.
At first glance, the Macbook Air docking station by Twelve South may look like a dangerous spot to put your laptop. After all, holding your expensive computer vertically near a desk corner sounds like a recipe for disaster!
However, once you use this docking stand, you'll understand the beauty and usefulness of its design -- and you may even wonder how you could put any other stand in your workplace!
It's no secret that tablet PCs have become incredibly popular over the past year or two (we've even written about the iPad and the HP TouchPad). And it makes sense - they're lightweight, easily transportable, and the touch screen navigation makes simple internet tasks (like checking e-mail and browsing websites) a breeze.
Are these devices a viable alternative to the MacBook Air? Or would it make sense to have both? That's what we're going to explore right now. (more...)
With HP recently lowering the prices for its 16 GB and 32 GB Touchpads, it's worth taking a look at how these devices compare to the iPad. With the 16 GB Touchpad now selling for $99 and the 32 GB model for $149 (assuming you can still find them in stock), these devices have now become a lot more attractive.
Given the huge price disparity, which one should you buy? Let's take a look.
Media outlets everywhere are buzzing with the news of Apple's new MacBook Air for 2011, which figures to be a "game changer" in the laptop market, particularly within Apple's various lines of portable computers. As of the publishing time of this article, the new MacBook Air computers are available for sale on Apple's website, and will soon be available everywhere else that Apple products are sold.
So what's new with the new MacBook Air? Why should or shouldn't you buy it? We'll dig into the details...
The Macbook Air is the type of laptop most consumers could only dream of even a few years ago. At a mere .076 inches thick at its thickest point (tapering down to a nearly non-existent .016 inches at its thinnest), the name of this gem is very apropos. Although lightweight, thin, and extremely portable, however, is the Macbook Air worth its hefty price tag, or should Apple fanatics stick with the tried-and-true Macbook Pro?
Both the Macbook Air and the Mackbook Pro each have their own particular pros and cons – and which model you chose truly boils down to what you plan on using your laptop for as well as what features are most important to you. It’s easy to be swept up in the hype of the newest “it” product, however, by considering your needs upfront will ultimately aid you in choosing which model is the perfect choice for you.
As you find yourself searching for some kind of portable computer solution, you may be looking for way to buy an Apple product without spending $1,000+ on a Macbook Air or Macbook Pro notebook. The good news is, there's an alternative that costs less money.
You most likely already know about it: The Apple iPad. This is Apple's tablet computer, offering you the most portability next to the iPod or iPhone. It does almost everything a notebook can do, although it's best for just checking e-mail and browsing the web. It's so thin and lightweight that you can bring it almost anywhere - it's great for traveling or commuting to work.
There are many reasons why you may choose a MacBook over a window-based computer. You may not understand exactly what the differences are, but once you know you probably won't want to go back to a Windows-based computer. (more...)
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