The Transporter provides off-cloud storage for your files. By keeping them in your local network, it also allows you to share them with anyone anywhere once you authorize access. Cloud storage is more expensive, less secure, & with most services, remote access to your files can be a painful process. Not with the Transporter. It’s simply better.
Inspired by the sci-fi classic Blade Runner & created by award-winning designer Phillipe Starck, this high performance USB 3.0-powered 4TB hard drive will easily handle your storage needs and if you ask us, it will look damn good doing so.
The only foreseeable problem with this waterproof, key-shaped compact USB drive—which comes in 8, 16, & 32GB capacity—is the fact that you’ll want to put it on your key chain. Which means that chances are pretty good you’ll be searching in the couch cushions for important documents at some point.
If “goofy” and “novelty” aren’t qualities you’re looking for in a USB drive, this smooth, sleek, Macbook-matching drive should be right up your alley. Available in 16 and 32GB capacities, it’s designed for pure function.
Surprise, it’s not a hard-drive, all though it does have a ton of storage. The IdeaCentre Q190 is actually the smallest fully-functioning desktop PC ever made. The compact design allows you to watch video, create a home theater with incredible graphics and sound, run Windows 8 or simply browse the Web on your favorite screen, all without taking up valuable space.
The breakneck speed of this slim, solid aluminum Porsche doesn’t come from a turbo V-8, its impressive 400MB/s transfer speed comes from a combination of USB 3.0 & optional Solid State Drive. The 500GB model features HDD, while the faster SSD comes in 120GB capacity.
Compared to the new, ultra-thin, ultra-bright version of the iMac that Apple launched today, the last version of Apple’s widescreen desktop looks kind of like Kim Kardashian from behind. At just 5mm thick, it is 40% thinner than the last model, while the display glass is 75% less reflective, making images, games, & movies more vivid than ever. One more stat: it uses 50% less energy than its predecessor.
If your iMac is just standing on your desk, you’re well aware that staring down at it all day is a pain in the neck. The HiRise is an aluminum riser that elevates your iMac into a more natural, eye-level position for max ergonomic comfort during extended monitor-tanning sessions. It’s also got a little compartment in the front for storage.
In keyboarding class they taught us the “home row” and that looking at the keys was cheating. And what good did it do? Well, this keyboard is made for us: the hunters and peckers. What you type is displayed on a slim screen at the top of the keyboard, so you can see your mistakes without having to keep looking up.
Originally designed for teenage boys unencumbered by parental control settings on their bedroom PCs, this washable keyboard can be thrown in the sink and scrubbed back to sanitary condition as often as every 5 minutes.