Sena is a maker of high quality leather products for all of your portable devices. As an owner of many Sena cases over the years, I know that the company puts out well designed products made of quality materials. While there are many folio style cases out there for the MacBook Air, Sena's Folio Case stands out from the rest. Why you ask? Find out after the jump.Read More
So you are always on the go, and you have your MacBook/Pro/Air with you everywhere. Chances are you have your powercord with you as well to make sure you have enough juice for the day. If you are like me, your powercord becomes a tangled mess in your messenger and it's enough to pull your hair out. The Quirky PowerCurl becomes a solution to that very problem, neatly organizing your powercord whether you are on the go or lounging at home. There were many backers to this Quirky project - check out why after the break!Read More
When in doubt, a skin is the best method of keeping your MacBook's aluminum scratch-free without adding unnecessary bulk. One of the main reasons of going for the MacBook Air is for its ultraportable form factor, but that doesn't mean you should skip on protection. Wrapsol has been around for quite a while now and is one of the popular protective film brands around. I'm a big fan matte textures and can't get enough of how good the aluminum MacBooks look. Wrapsol's skins are designed to keep your MacBook Air looking as original as possible while adding a layer of protection. We last reviewed Wrapsol's matte skin for the iPad 2, and now we're going to find out if the MacBook Air can keep looking beautiful while wearing protection. So be sure to make the jump for the full review!Read More
A while back I had the chance to review Palo Alto's Cubik speakers and found them to be unsatisfying when it came down to sound quality and performance. Luckily, we've got a similar concept of cubical goodness to try out. The UFi UCube speakers are made by a company called Ultralink who manufacturers some high-end audio and video cables. So naturally you would think these little cubical speakers are off to a good start. There's no denying that the UCube speakers will perfectly match aside your iMac or any other Apple computer with their aluminum stands that resemble the Apple aluminum pedestals found on iMacs and Cinema Displays.
Ever since UFi announced the UCube speakers I knew I had to try them out for myself. And what do you know, I've been sent a white pair to review. So jump past the break for the full review!
Twelve South is your all-Mac accessory go-to company with many awesome and unique accessories for Apple devices. Not long ago, Twelve South has introduced the BookBook case for the latest MacBook Air family of ultra-thin portables, and now we've got our hands on the latest BookBook for the MacBook Air 13". The BookBook case is different in every way you look at it from your regular neoprene sleeves and what have you. It was designed to look and feel like a vintage book, and in person it actually looks like a big magical book straight from a Harry Potter movie. Love to stand out from the crowd? I think the BookBook can help you out with that and still offer a good great amount of protection. Will the BookBook be worth your $79.99? Find out in the full review right after the break!
ColcaSac makes gorgeous hand-made natural sleeves made out of organic cotton and non-toxic low-impact coloring dyes. It's about time I've set my hands on one of ColcaSac's products and this time we have the Austin sleeve for the 13" MacBook Air 2010 model. These ColcaSac sleeves aren't your typical buy-anywhere sleeves. ColcaSac sleeves are made for people who truly care about the materials used in creating these one-of-a-kind natural sleeves which I must say feel so natural that from the moment you touch of of these hand-made sleeves, they will instantly feel familiar to you. Don't miss the full review right after the break.
Rickshaw Bags are one of the bag makers in San Francisco with a unique style of making sleeves and bags. Rickshaw lets you fully customize your own sleeve or bag with an easy process that I myself used to create two sleeves for this review. Customizing my own sleeve using Rickshaw's Customizer was a breeze and there is a slew of color and texture selections that you can work with to come up with your own style that you will love. For this review we've got a customized sleeve for the iPad 2 and MacBook Air 13" 2010 model. Go past the break for the full review of these two hip looking sleeves.