Don't-Miss MacBook Stories

Tom Bihn Zephyr

Tom Bihn's Zephyr is attractive and well-made, but you pay for that quality. It's best-suited for those with specific organizational needs.

Brenthaven Trek Sleeve

Looking for good laptop protection on the cheap? Brenthaven's Trek Sleeve, an updated version of last year's MacBook Sleeve, offers similarly impressive bang-for-the-buck.

Mac MagSaver protects your MagSafe connector

The Mac MagSaver helps keep your MagSafe connector and its cable happy together.

Benchmarks: Western Digital Scorpio Black

Quiet, efficient, and only marginally hotter than your standard laptop hard drive, the Scorpio Black is an attractive drive for any high-performance seeking user.

Stay-at-home mobile accessories

Most laptop gear is designed to enhance your mobile life, but what about all those hours you spend using your portable at home? Today’s Mobile Mac takes a look at a couple laptop accessories for your humble abode.

MacBook Air shells and sleeves

Dan Frakes takes a look at thin protection for the MacBook Air, in the form of form-fitting sleeves and hard-shell covers.

SmartSleep 1.2

Smart Sleep is a System Preferences panel that lets you choose between four different sleep modes for your Mac laptop.

Wheeled/rolling laptop bags

Looking for a wheeled laptop bag to take the load off your back? Dan Frakes takes a look at four candidates in this week's Mobile Mac.

Brenthaven Expandable Trek

Brenthaven's Expandable Treck is a well-made, comfortable backpack with lots of room for gear.

13-inch Laptop Bags

In this week's Mobile Mac, Dan Frakes takes a look at a few bags for 13-inch Mac laptops.

A stand for MacBook and monitor

The Ergotron Neo-Flex Combo Lift places your MacBook right next to your display when you're working at a desk.

Review: SpaceNavigator for Notebooks

SpaceNavigator for Notebooks, a laptop mouse designed for 3-D navigation, lets you move horizontally, vertically, and in a third dimension of depth within your 3-D space.

Review: MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo/2.4GHz and 2.5GHz

If you've been waiting to buy a new Apple laptop, or you've been hesitating about upgrading from your G4 PowerBook, wait no longer. While the 2.4GHz model is a fine value for the money, the higher-end 15-inch and 17-inch models are outstanding top-of-the-line models for any professional, artistic, scientific, or scholastic application.

17-inch MacBook Pro/2.5GHz

Like the MacBooks, the MacBook Pro line gets the latest generation of Core 2 Duo chips code-named Penryn. That boosts the amount of L2 cache to 6MB on the 2.5GHz models; this model also sports more video RAM for its Nvidia GeForce 8600M GT graphics processor, as well as a third USB 2.0 port. he MacBook Pro adds the MultiTouch trackpad first introduced in the MacBook Air.

15-inch MacBook Pro/2.5GHz

Like the MacBooks, the MacBook Pro line gets the latest generation of Core 2 Duo chips code-named Penryn. That boosts the amount of L2 cache to 6MB on the 2.5GHz models; this model also sports more video RAM for its Nvidia GeForce 8600M GT graphics processor. The MacBook Pro adds the MultiTouch trackpad first introduced in the MacBook Air.