Posts tagged "Laptop"

Review: ThinkTank Airport Commuter

If you've ever traveled through a busy airport, crawling with people, with masses of electronics on your person, you know how much of a pain/hassle it is to successfully and comfortably navigate your way through. Normal, old bags won't suffice for stowing all of your electronics, (camera, laptop, tablet, phone, chargers) and you'll find yourself desperately struggling to somehow create additional space. What if we told you, however, that the camera-enthusiasts over at ThinkTank designed a perfect solution that allows you to transport all of your electronics in one handy and convenient location? Our guess is that you'd simply jump of joy. It's okay, we did too.

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Juice Up Your iOS Devices on the Go Using These Slick Backpacks

Based in San Francisco, Timbuk2 has been manufacturing backpacks for decades. With so many years under the company's belt, it's probably safe to assume that it has mastered the techniques required to produce a comfortable yet fashionable backpack - these can be seen in the company's newest additions to its extensive lineup: The Power Commute and the Power Q backpacks which both offer a stylish form while also enabling the owner to charge his or her iOS devices while on the go.

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Apple Introduces “Next Generation of MacBook Pro” at WWDC

It has been widely anticipated that Apple would in fact announce a revamped successor to its popular line of MacBook laptops. At WWDC today, Phil Schiller, on behalf of Apple, announced a third line of notebook computers that Phil Schiller called the "Next Generation of MacBook Pro".

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Apple Introduces New Laptop

The MacBook Wheel! Apple Introduces Revolutionary New Laptop With No Keyboard Gotcha! Happy Friday!

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Jaadu VNC

Jaadu VNC is an application that lets you remotely control any Mac or PC running a VNC server. In addition to having control over the keyboard and mouse, you can actually see the the remote computer's screen for total control from wherever you are. Jaadu VNC makes use of the iPhone's touch screen for a unique and extremely effective implementation of the classic VNC client.

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