Aug 21, 2015 - QuickerTek announces two new products, the USB Type-C Cigarette Lighter Charger and USB Expander for the 2015 12-inch MacBook. Both products are meant enhance the capabilities of the newest model MacBook, giving the user more options on how and where they enjoy their computer. The Cigarette Lighter Charger features an LED indicator with a filtered and fused four foot cable. The USB Expander is a hub which plugs into the MacBook's USB connector to expand it to four USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports.
Aug 18, 2015 - QuickerTek announces the 2015 Type-C MacBook External Battery. This battery is the only product of its kind, featuring the USB 3.1 adaptor cable necessary to power and charge the 2015 Apple 12-inch MacBook. This battery's base unit charges the MacBook for 8 extra hours of run time, utilizing the highest charge density of Li-Ion polymer batteries available. Users of the newest model MacBook are no longer confined to powering and charging their MacBook only where a power outlet is available.
Aug 17, 2015 - Wichita based QuickerTek today announces the 30 Watt 2015 Type-C MacBook Solar Panel. This solar power charger features a USB 3.1 adaptor cable which powers and charges the 2015 Apple 12-inch MacBook. New MacBook users are no longer limited where they choose to enjoy their computer, and, gain the satisfaction of protecting the environment. This new solar product powers the MacBook battery for use even while charging the internal battery.
Jun 24, 2015 - QuickerTek has created an upgrade for their adapted Apple AC Base Station and Base Station Express with the Dualy Extreme, an antenna system with 1 Watt of RF power, by enabling the Apple router with additional speed and range. The increased power seeks out more distant wireless signals and locks onto them with twin 500 milliWatt transceivers coupled with two antennas that create two combined signal paths for up to five times more wireless range.
Feb 04, 2015 - Wichita based QuickerTek Inc. today introduces the 60w Solar Juicz power/charger for Apple's Macbook Pro and Macbook Air computers. This Photo Voltaic (PV) utilizes Thin Film PV technology for light weight, flexible durable, foldable and water resistant. MacBook users can now spend even more time working away from the wall power outlet. Users can even charge the laptop battery while using the Solar Juicz at the same time. If you have sunlight, you have power, whenever you need it.
Dec 24, 2014 - Customers can save 10% on new Apple Base Station Extreme. QuickerTek today announces their year end special for the acHex External Antenna System. QuickerTek purchases a brand new Apple Base Station Extreme, Express or Time capsule and adds 6 high gain 2.4gHz and 5.8gHZ external removable dipole Antennas. Each one is custom built in Wichita Kansas, then optimized for each customer to insure the best performance in both frequency bands. Quickertek is the only company that provides this upgrade.
Nov 14, 2014 - QuickerTek announces the availability of 10.10.x Yosemite software drivers for its AcNano and AcQuicky USB Wifi devices. This software enables users of older Apple MacBooks to take advantage of the latest wireless technology. A simple USB device allows older Macs to have the same quicker 802.11ac networking which is built into the latest Macs. The new Yosemite 10.10 drivers work with all of the popular wireless network equipment including wireless access points from Dlink, NetGear & many others.
Oct 27, 2014 - QuickerTek Inc. has developed three additional mCards to enable 802.11a,b,g,n,ac WIFi as well as Blue Tooth 4.0 LE for Yosemite Continuity features including Handoff to Work on older Mac's running 10.10. mCard works perfectly with common wireless networking equipment. And users can also choose to add higher-power antennas, should their needs not be met by the internal stock antenna. mCard is user installable using only a screwdriver and/or Torx driver.
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.