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Apricorn’s Aegis Bio 3.0 pairs solid performance with enhanced security features to create a nice, all-around external hard drive.
Some non-Apple routers deliver higher performance, but some don't offer Mac-specific features such as Time Machine support.
This 1TB USB hard drive secures your data with an onboard biometric finger scanner.
With built-in Wi-Fi and 1TB of storage, Seagate's portable hard drive is designed to carry the heavy digital cargo for your iPad, iPhones, and Android devices.
Handsome, easy to use, and with nice output, the LaserJet Pro M251nw is a good deal for light-usage scenarios. The pricey toner and lack of automatic duplexing are drawbacks.
The meDrive is a way to put an unused USB hard drive to good use by providing file server capabilities.
The Dell C1660w's low purchase price makes color-laser-class (LED) printing available to budget-minded small offices. Because the toner is expensive and there's no automatic duplexer, it’s best for light use only.
The reduced cost for the 13-inch models and faster performance for the 15-inch models make these thin, light, and fast laptops a better deal than ever.
With a handful of ways to customize the hard drive and the high-speed USB 3.0 interface, the AV Pro is built to help streamline the workflow of creative professionals.
The Officejet Pro X576dw is big, fast, and capable. But can it convert corporate laser lovers?
Monoprice, a company known for its affordable computer cables and adapters, hopes to shake up the display market by offering its 27" IPS LED CrystalPro Monitor WQHD for much less than other 27-inch displays.
The Epson WorkForce WF-3540 offers a lot of paper capacity, speed, and ease of use for the price. Although ink costs are above-average, it's worth considering for being so well-equipped compared to the competition.
The px2-300d is a two-bay NAS box that delivers very good performance, excellent backup and surveillance features, and a helpful LCD that reports on the unit's status
The two most popular lines of document scanners are from Neat and Fujitsu. Their top-of-the-line desktop machines are Neat's NeatDesk for Mac and Fujitsu’s ScanSnap iX500. Both feature new mobile scanning options.
Offering a nice complement of connectivity options, the DS1 docking station lets you turn your Thunderbolt MacBook into a full-fledged desktop workstation without having to spend $1000 on Apple’s Thunderbolt display.