Enhancing the Mac Experience: Henge Docks, Clique and TwelveSouth HoverBar

In a way that pretty much no-one 15 years ago could have seen coming, Apple are reigning supreme in the tech world. Once seemingly consigned to the dustbin of history with the Mensheviks (who talks about them any more) Apple products are now becoming ubiquitous in certain industries. This has created an unprecedented demand for … Continue reading Enhancing the Mac Experience: Henge Docks, Clique and TwelveSouth HoverBar

Review round-up: MacBook Air (mid 2011) models

The 11 and 13 inch MacBook Air were released last week to much fanfare, and had us Apple addicts trampling over our Grandmas graves in an attempt to get all the gossip on whether we should be upgrading and/or switching from the Pro. Reviews of the new release are spread across the internet like an … Continue reading Review round-up: MacBook Air (mid 2011) models

Sony Vaio Z hands on review

Rarely – very rarely – does an amazing laptop reach the market. Even more occasionally, it’s not made by Apple. Is this uncommonness what makes the Sony Vaio Z so special? No – it’s special because it’s awesome. Before we go on, remember that the Vaio Z retails for £2,039 (mid-range), so only the brave … Continue reading Sony Vaio Z hands on review

Asus U36 Ultra-Portable Notebook: Setting new standards in tech chic style

I think we can safely say that today gadgets are as an important fashion accessory as handbags and shoes, and it is to the fashion-conscious amongst us that the new Asus U36 ultra-portable notebook is being marketed, and like most ‘fashion-conscious’ entities, being thin is of the essence. The “world’s thinnest notebook” – how many … Continue reading Asus U36 Ultra-Portable Notebook: Setting new standards in tech chic style