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There are plenty of great Mac accessories that we don’t cover in standalone articles. Our Mac-accessory roundup gives them a home, and gives you the latest info on stuff to make your Mac more useful.
That didn’t take long. Within hours of Apple’s announcement Tuesday of the iPad mini, accessory makers began announcing products that would go perfectly with the new device.
Wacom has launched two new interactive pen displays, the Cintiq 24HD touch and Cintiq 22HD.
Two docking station products set to ship in September of this year promise to bring USB 3.0, and much more, to the Mac.
Logitech on Wednesday announced the Wireless Solar Keyboard K760, a solar-powered desktop keyboard that can be paired with up to three devices (for example, a Mac, an iPad, and an iPhone) at the same time.
On Monday, Elgato announced the Game Capture HD, designed to let gamers record and share their exploits with fellow enthusiasts.
We thought this would be the week Apple unveiled the iPad 3. Oh, how wrong we were. Even though there's still no iPad 3, there is a new iPad -- and a new Apple TV, and a new iLife app for iOS. Catch up on those announcements and other great Macworld stories from the past week with yet another edition of the Weekly Wrap.
Looking to spruce up that new Mac you got for the holidays? Our list of recommended hardware is meant to make your Mac perform better than it already does.
Broadcom is working on a Bluetooth chipset that will give wireless keyboards a battery life of up to 10 years, the company said on Tuesday.
The Editors’ Choice Awards recognize our favorite products released during the past year. Take a look at the list, and you’ll find a set of products that’ll help you get things done.
Know someone who (a) owns a Mac and (b) is hankering for some new gear to go with it? We've got some suggestions.
Apparent has unveiled the Doxie Go, a portable scanner that can wirelessly sync photos, documents, and receipts to your Mac, iOS device, or several online sharing services.
Several companies are displaying new Thunderbolt-based hardware at the 2011 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco this week, giving users of Thunderbolt-equipped Macs new hope that they will be able to finally take full advantage of the new high-speed connection technology.