What do you do when the internal battery on your MacBook is dying, but you still have hours worth of work to do, and no wall outlet to plug into? You can only do one thing: Use a HyperJuice battery pack. A single HyperJuice is capable of charging a MacBook and two iPads. We spoke to Daniel Chin to get all the details on these unique power solutions, at PhotoPlus 2013.
This week in the news: Apple tests a new 8-inch iPad; lots of new accessories came out for gamers; and Lensbaby announced a brand new creative optic designed for portrait photographers. Plus, the internet got a sneak peek at Adobe Photoshop CS6's latest tweaks to the very-popular Content-Aware Fill feature.
This is your B&H Pulse news fix for February 17, 2012.
You asked for it—now you've got it! That hefty B&H catalog has just become much more portable with the B&H Photo iPhone app, available for immediate download in the Apple iTunes store. The app will allow customers to search, browse, and purchase products from every department of the store.
Did you get an iPad for the holidays this year? This is being put to paper in advance of the actual festivities, so I’m hoping for one too, although there’s always the chance that I’ll only walk away with a few lumps of Pennsylvania anthracite. Here are a few products that will help you to get more out of your iPad.
If you’re in the market for a disc duplicator, you’ve probably heard about the range of publisher/printer combos from Primera. Did you know that picking up one of these bad boys can score you an Apple iPad? Yup. From now until July 31st, the good people at Primera are giving away a 16GB iPad Wi-Fi with the purchase of select DVD and Blu-ray disc publishers. Read on for the details.
What's 0.11 inches thick, weighs 2.3 pounds, and can stay powered-on from its battery for up to 30 days? I'll give you a hint: it's not a new tablet computer with a robotic-sounding name. These impressive specs belong to Apple's new MacBook Air. But if you look beyond the bragging rights, you'll find a construction and an operability that's going to redefine notebook computing.