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.
Apple kicked off their Worldwide Developers Conference today with several major announcements. They introduced several hardware updates, particularly to the MacBook Air and Mac Pro lines, as well as updates to their two popular operating platforms, Mac OS X and iOS. Read on to find out exactly what went down.
Psst! We're going to let you in on a little secret that we want you to tell everyone about. Here at B&H, we have a Computer Services Center (CSC). It is staffed by a crack team of specialists able to accomplish a multitude of tasks, and they are more than happy to answer customers' questions. Take a look at our interview with them, after the jump.
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.
People love MacBooks. They’re just so stylish. But what happens when you connect a non-matching external hard drive to a MacBook? Nothing, except that your points for style drop dramatically and your feng shui might be irreparably damaged as well. If you need an external hard drive but want to maintain a trouble-free feng shui, then consider the G-Drive mobile; it matches your MacBook perfectly.
Yes, it sure would be nice to have that custom-configured $20,000 Mac Pro system, with more RAM and processing cores that you can shake a stick at, a couple of 30" Cinema Displays, and a few terabytes of storage. Photoshop would run like the wind, and you'd not have to worry about upgrading any time soon.