Hardware - Latest Releases

Solar Power for Apple MacBook Air

Jul 11, 2008 - QuickerTek, the leader in wireless Apple products, announces the Apple Juicz - a new way to power the Apple MacBook Air using solar power. Three models are priced from $500 to $1,000 USD, fold to a comvenient 10.5 size and come with a cool Element messenger bag. These solar panels charge the MacBook Air while in use. And since the MacBook Air has a non-removeable battery, alternative power options are welcomed by the Mac community.

Gadget Wrap Debuts: Launches Keyboard Protectors for Apple Keyboards

Apr 08, 2008 - Developer of high quality accessory products for Macintosh, iPod, and iPhone, Gadget Wrap, today announced its debut along with its first product offerings, the Gadget Wrap KeySkin Keyboard Protector series for Apple wired and wireless keyboards, as well as MacBook keyboards.

New Antenna Extends the Wireless Range of Apple Time Capsule

Mar 19, 2008 - QuickerTek, the leader in wireless Apple products, has developed an antenna upgrade for both models of the Apple Time Capsule wireless backup system. This upgrade offers up to 50% greater wireless coverage than the stock. The increased RF power allows backups from more distant wireless signals and though more walls and floors.

Dualy Extreme Adds Five Times the Wireless Performance

Feb 21, 2008 - QuickerTek has upgraded the high-end Apple AirPort Extreme Base Station (802.11n). Dualy Extreme with 1 Watt of RF power, enables the Base Station with additional speed and range - up to five times the standard wireless range. The increased power seeks out more distant wireless signals and locks onto them with twin 500 milliWatt transceivers (or 1 Watt Transceivers) coupled to two antennas that create two combined signals paths for up to five times more wireless range.

Quicky is Redesigned, Now More Rugged

Dec 22, 2007 - QuickerTek, the undisputed leader in wireless Macintosh products, announces a more rugged case for the ever-popular Quicky Mac wireless booster. The Quicky's 500 milliwatt RF transceiver boosts wireless signals from virtually any wireless network. Customer feedback told us that if there was any improvement to be made, it was to make the product more road-worthy. Since the majority of our customers are mobile wireless users, it makes perfect sense to harden the case to withstand use on-the-go.

QuickerTek Updates Mac OSX 10.5.1 Wireless Product Drivers

Dec 11, 2007 - QuickerTek has once again updated its drivers for Apple Mac OS X 10.5.1 compatibility and speed. These free updates are designed for the popular line of Mac wireless enhancements from QuickerTek: nNano, nQuicky and nDualy. These wireless upgrades are compatible with any Mac desktop or laptop with a USB port and provide high speed 802.11b/g/n performance.

Exclusive Wireless Networking ExpressCard

Dec 06, 2007 - MacBook Pro users can now upgrade to 802.11b/g/n wireless to access virtually any wireless network found while working mobile. New triple anntenas are outside of the wireless signal-degrading (but beautiful) 15-inch and 17-inch MacBook Pro case. Combined with the advantage over the stock twin antennas, an improvement in wireless performance is guaranteed. This exclusive wireless upgrade also works with all Apple AirPort Base Stations including the 802.11n AirPort Extreme.

Dualy Brings 802.11b/g/n Wireless to any Mac

Nov 20, 2007 - QuickerTek the undisputed leader in wireless Macintosh products has just pushed the technology envelope with the Dualy. Now any Mac with a USB port can take advantage of wireless networking, whether the Mac has an AirPort wireless network card or not. Dualy also seeks out more distant wireless signals and locks them in with two 500 milliwatt transceivers coursing wireless across two antennas.

QuickerTek Announces Mac OS X Leopard Compatibility

Nov 14, 2007 - QuickerTek, the Macintosh wireless experts, have updated the drivers for the complete line of Quicky and nQuicky wireless signal boosters for Mac OS 10.5 "Leopard". The nQuicky CardBus is a 802.11n wireless signal booster for CardBus equipped PowerBooks, iBooks and MacBooks. nQuicky PCI is the same high-speed 'n' wireless technololgy for PCI-equipped Mac desktops. These new QuickerTek drivers avoid the problems reported by early users of Leopard and Mac wireless networking.