Our latest roundup of gear for your Mac includes a way to ensure that your Mac Pro doesn't walk away, plus bags, storage solutions, batteries, and more.
The $20 iMouse G3 Illuminated Gaming Mouse lights up in three colors. It includes a “ruggedized gaming cable and rubberized top layer to improve gripping traction,” says the company, for precision while game playing. It lets you “work on most glass, wood, marble and leather surfaces without needing a mouse pad.”
The $50 Mac Pro Security Lock Adapter “lets you use a compatible Kensington or similar style third-party lock (sold separately) to keep your Mac Pro secure.” You don’t need special tools and you don’t modify the Mac Pro; instead, the adapter secures the Pro’s outer shell to the main frame, preventing access to the computer’s internal components.
The $60 MacBook Module Sleeve is a “simple, functional laptop sleeve” designed to hold your 15-inch laptop. Three large pockets on the front can be used to store your iPad, iPhone and various other items. The sleeve is made from polyester canvas, crafted with a neoprene liner and ”military grade” webbing to protect your most-precious electronic items.
The G-Speed Studio Raid features sustained transfer rates of up to 700MB/sec "and the ability to daisy-chain via dual Thunderbolt 2 ports.” It comes in three models: $2,200 for 12 TB, $2,700 for 16 TB, $3,600 for 24 TB.
This accessory maker's 2big Thunderbolt 2 (pictured) is a professional, dual-disk device with two Thunderbolt 2 ports to offer data transfer speeds of of up to 420 MB per second. Prices start at $599 for 6 TB of storage. The Rugged Thuunderbolt is an external hard drive designed to withstand the rigors of portable use; it starts at $220 for 1 TB of storage.
The $30 Z213 Multimedia Speakers features two satellite speakers and a subwoofer in a system that can put out up to 14 watts of powerful sound on a minuscule budget.
This company has announced the release of five new replacement batteries for the 17-inch MacBook Pro (Early and Late 2009); 15-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2009 and Mid 2010); 15-inch MacBook Pro (Early 2011 to Mid 2012); 13-inch MacBook Pro (2009 to current); and MacBook Air (2008 to 2009). Each of the MacBook Pro batteries is $120; the MacBook Air battery is $100. Each is designed to match the size and fit of the laptop's original battery.
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