The Japanese sure do love their curves. Moku is a Japanese company that specialises in modern woodcrafting. Bending wood into curvy shapes is what Moku does best. Moku's Desktop Chair will make you think twice about going with the industrial aluminum machined stands that are so readily available and well, are so cold and lifeless to be honest. The Desktop Chair is much more versatile than other stands whilst keeping things simple and as minimal as a piece of white paper. There's more than meets the eye to this compact wood stand though, so jump over the hedge for the full review!Read More
Are you looking for a simple way to add nice pleasing effects such as "Alien Skin" or "Ancona" but don't feel like having to do it all manually in Photoshop? If you are looking for a cheap and easy way to do this check out MacPhuns FX Photo Studio Pro, simple, sleek, fast way to add stunning effects to your pictures and give it some flare. You can pick up pro version off the Mac App Store for $39.99 or the lite version for $9.99. Check out the rest of the review after the break!
Logitech's latest keyboard is wireless, slim and runs on free solar energy. Did we get your attention? The Wireless Solar Keyboard or K750 for short, it Logitech's first ever solar powered wireless keyboard and now it's available for Mac users. Oh yes, Apple's battery muncher of a wireless keyboard is in for some steep competition as far as I can tell. The world would be a better place if every wireless gadget was powered by the sun, thankfully Logitech is one of the few starting to implement good old solar power into consumer products and the neatest way possible. Find out if this $60 solar wireless keyboard is worth replacing your beloved keyboard after the break!Read More
We've got yet another exciting product from the guys over at WaterField Designs in beautiful San Francisco, the SleeveCase sleeve for the MacBook Pro. WaterField is all about the simple yet highly effective design in each of the products they make right in San Francisco. And no one else loves ballistic nylon like WaterField does. The SleeveCase is the perfect example of that. It's made from WaterField's now famous black ballistic nylon material used in bullet-proof vests so you'll know that expensive chunk of aluminum you carry around with you will be protected. If that's not enough, be sure to catch the full review right after the break!
Ever since I posted this review, I've constantly been getting questions on how I got my MacBook Air's keyboard keys turned into blue. Those who asked had no idea I simply used a silicone keyboard cover. I've been using silicone covers for years now on every single keyboard I use, whether it's the Apple Wireless Keyboard, or my MacBooks. Why would you ever want to use a silicone keyboard cover you ask? There are two main reasons why you should. Appearance and protection are the two main reasons why you should get yourself one of these covers. There are many types and brands of keyboard covers, but I decided to create this guide based upon the cheapest, and most common keyboard covers there are. Full guide right after the break!Read More
A great brand name, design, functionality and sound are all the key ingredients of which superb speakers come to fruition. Palo Alto's Cubik speakers are most likely the only pair of angled cubicle speakers you've never seen before. The Cubik's cube design certainly lives up to its name. You may be thinking these pair of speakers are going to set you back a lot, but thankfully that isn't the case. The Cubik will run you just under the $200 price tag. These puppies are no small speakers but they also don't have a dedicated subwoofer that's a relatively native feature with almost all speakers at this price point. While looks are very important to most consumers, sound is the most important factor when it comes down to picking up a pair of speakers. Find out just how well Palo Alto's Cubik speakers perform in the full review right after the jump.