Apple ThunderBolt Storage Devices
|ThunderBolt Storage Adapter||LaCie Combo Drive||Buffalo ThunderBolt RAID|
|ThunderBolt Drive Converter
USB3 + FireWire + eSATA
|Rugged SSD Drive
Combo USB 3.0 + TBolt Interfaces
|ThunderBolt SSD RAID
512GB or 1 Terabyte
Posted April 22nd, 2014 by Russell Baer So the lure of buying a Mac has finally overcome you and you're going to take the plunge. The only problem is that when you start to look at machines there are to many to choose from. Do you pick new or used / refurbished, Power Mac, iMac, eMac, Mini, G3, G4, G5... argghhh.. Hopefully this article will help you through that decision. As with all machines, Mac or Intel based' whoops.. non-Mac Intel based, you should get what you need, not what's 'cool' at the time. Think about what you want to ...Read the rest of this entry »
Posted April 15th, 2014 by Russell Baer iMac is a range of desktop computers, provided by Apple Inc. With great looks and easy to use features, iMac has been designed for all office and home users. Though sometimes, it is observed that iMac G5 stops responding at startup. The issue may be due to the operating system, computer system files or application software. The logical crash though pretty rare in iMacs, may demand Mac Data Recovery. The other problems may be problematic external devices and hard drive issues.
- In order to see
Posted April 8th, 2014 by Russell Baer 1) First steps (a) Unpacking When you unpack your iMac, ensure you hold it firmly by the sides. Place it on a nearby desk or working area where there's a convenient electric socket. (b) Power cord Place the power cord through the hole in the back of the iMac's stand and connect to the power port. Plug the other end of the cord into the electric socket. (c) Additional items Your iMac also comes with an Apple Keyboard, Apple Mighty Mouse and Apple Remote.
- Take the Apple Keyboard cable
Posted April 1st, 2014 by Russell Baer Millions of people in the U.S. and around the globe use cell phones. They are such great gadgets--with a cell phone you can talk to anyone on the planet from just about anywhere! Once thought of as an expensive, distracting "toy", cell phones have become a necessity for many people around the world. In just a few short years, cell phones have graduated from being considered a luxury to an absolute necessity. The ability to keep in touch with friends, family, business associates, and access to ...Read the rest of this entry »
Posted March 25th, 2014 by Russell Baer The new Macbooks and Macbook Pros represent a sizable change in Apple's portable computing lineup. The biggest change is in the manufacturing process. Instead of polycarbonate, the Macbook is now crafted out of a CNC machined block of aluminum. The same goes for the Macbook Pro. On the Macbook, this means you'll have a lighter machine that's also structurally more rigid. The Macbook Pro also uses this same manufacturing method. So instead of that flimsy, thin aluminum that dents rather easily, ...Read the rest of this entry »
Posted March 18th, 2014 by Russell Baer Well, you're not the only particular person. The Apple iPad is one of the hottest gadgets out on the moment and has the capacity to display eBooks plus much more in fantastic high-definition good quality. Upon hearing about the release from the Apple iPad, I was quite excited about the prospects of becoming capable to get pleasure from a large number of multimedia files in a person compact resource, only to discover that on iTunes, I ought to spend close to $15 on just about every down ...Read the rest of this entry »
Posted March 11th, 2014 by Russell Baer Computer Peripherals are the external devices which act as a periphery adding a host of functions which depend upon the computer to be carried out. Some of the common peripheral devices are printers, scanners, disk drives, tape drives, microphones, speakers and cameras. These computer peripherals can be broadly classified into storage, input and output devices. These include peripherals like pen drives, DVD players, CDs, DVD ' R drives, keyboards, mouse, USB mouse, speakers, gaming keyboard, ...Read the rest of this entry »
Posted March 4th, 2014 by Russell Baer Amongst the furore of speculations and the myths surrounding its new tablet PC Apple finally launched the iPad. It will be available in 16, 32, and 64 GB memory specifications, with the host of connectivity options including Bluetooth, 802.11n WiFi and optional 3G. An optional 3G will however cost you an additional $130. iPad as we said earlier, is a touchscreen tablet PC that comes with a half inch thin body, a 9.7 inch display, and weighs around 1.5 pounds. The iPad price differs with the ...Read the rest of this entry »
Posted February 25th, 2014 by Russell Baer An Optical Mouse Notebooks are normally equipped with touch pads which can be awkward. There's no substitute for the mouse. Notebooks are predominantly used on a static, flat surface. With wireless broadband hotspots mushrooming all over the nation's transit locations, table tops have become as much mobile computing desktops as surfaces on which lattes sit. The touch pads on notebooks are also rather vulnerable to damage by static electricity, which is a common occurrence in aircraft ...Read the rest of this entry »
Posted February 18th, 2014 by Russell Baer Macintosh computers come complete with almost everything you need built into the computer. Let's take a minute to check out just what comes with a Mac right "out of the box". With the built in software included, you can edit movies, pictures and music, as well as manage your email, calendars and contacts. In fact, so much is included pre-loaded with the computer that you probably won't have to buy a lot of additional programs later on. Let's go over what you'll see on your dock at the bottom of ...Read the rest of this entry »
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