Sep 09, 2014 - Calgary based Stonelight Pictures today announces its Kickstarter campaign for a new Xbox One controller for Mac OS X. After almost a year since the Xbox One release, the Xbox One Controller is finally getting support for Mac. Right now it is up to 3rd party developers to come up with the support the consumers want. The Xbox has been a gold gaming standard for many years, and now with the release of the Xbox One controller, the best gaming controller on the planet is here.
Jul 10, 2014 - MCE Technologies (MCE) announced today that it has begun shipping the MCE Complement, an all-in-one, portable USB 3.0 device comprised of a 2 TB Hard Drive, a Blu-ray, DVD, CD Reader/Recorder, a USB 3.0 Hub, and SD Card Reader. The MCE Complement's 2 TB hard drive is designed for use as a standard storage device and is compatible with Time Machine. The unit includes Mac Blu-ray Player software for the playback of commercial Blu-ray titles directly on the Mac. Retail price is $299.
Jul 08, 2014 - With the success of the mCard, there has been increased interest in getting older MacBook Pros and iMacs that were produced with the standard PCIe bus to access the 802.11ac Wi-Fi spectrum. The mCard uses an Apple proprietary PCIe bus which is smaller. The mCard fills that gap, allowing older MacBook Pros and iMacs to work with the latest wireless technology. As long as you have a standard PCIe bus and the ability to run OS 10.9.2, you will be able to upgrade your Mac.
Mar 27, 2014 - MCE Technologies (MCE) has begun shipping its 2TB internal hard drive upgrade kit for MacBook Pro, MacBook, and Mac mini systems. The $199 MobileStor Performance(R) upgrade kit consists of a high-performance 2TB, 5400RPM, 2.5" SATA hard drive to replace the system's original hard drive, an illustrated installation guide, installation toolkit, plus a portable, USB 3.0 external enclosure to house the original internal hard drive with cloning software to facilitate transition to the new drive.
Jan 23, 2014 - MCE Technologies (MCE) announced today that it has begun shipping the first-ever internal Blu-ray recordable drive for MacBook Pro. The MCE Internal Blu-ray Recordable Drive for MacBook Pro can record data and high definition video to 25GB, 50GB, and 100GB Blu-ray recordable discs and it can playback commercial Blu-ray movie titles directly on the MacBook Pro with included software. CD and DVD burning and playing are included. Retail price is $199 and available immediately.
Nov 13, 2013 - Released October 2013, the third generation QuickerTek Most Powerful eyeBattery is 20% smaller and lighter, in a rugged aluminum case styled to blend with Apple equipment. One of the most advanced and reliable external batteries in the world, this easy-carry model now features a USB port for quickly charging iPods, iPhones, iPads, and most USB mobile devices. This huge power reserve is ideal for location photo shoots, as well as extended travel in cars, trains, or airliners.
Nov 06, 2013 - Apparent Corporation is proud to introduce Doxie Flip flatbed scanner. Scan your story. Apparent reimagines the flatbed scanner with Doxie Flip, the new battery-powered, cordless scanner that flips over to perfectly capture photos, memories, creative ideas, and notebooks. Doxie isn't like other scanners - it's cordless, with battery power and flash memory. Doxie Flip is ideal for creative and genealogy projects, and captures your images with the press of a single green button.
Oct 04, 2013 - Minneapolis based NuMac LLC announces its optical disc burning solution for Apple's new Mac Pro. The NMBDR6x supports the reading and writing of Blu-Rays, DVDs, and CDs. In order to keep clutter to a minimum the NMBDR6x stands less than 2 inches tall from top to bottom, and features a round, low-profile aluminum enclosure designed to sit beneath Apple's new Mac Pro. The slot load design has no tray to get in the way or break off. Both Power and data are sent via the single USB cable.
Aug 15, 2013 - Wichita based QuickerTek today announces the AC Quicky, a USB network adapter upgrade that allows older Macs to connect to wireless access points that use the new 802.11 ac Wi-Fi standard. The AC Quicky uses the same chipset as Apple so users may know that their upgraded MacBooks, Pro's and Air's maintain all of the compatibility that a new MacBook Air offers. Networking drivers are included in the Mac OS, and users need not struggle to find working drivers after Apple issues an update.