The Axis iPad mini Case Offers Something New

12:55 PM, Jan. 28th, 2013 · · In-Depth Review

Marware Axis for iPad mini review

The Axis iPad mini case by Marware brings a feature unseen in any other case to date. But it comes at a price that isn't financial. David Winograd explores the attributes and drawbacks of this unique case

Easily Create and Customize iPhone Ringtones With iToner 3

7:18 AM, Jan. 28th, 2013 · · In-Depth Review

Ambrosia iToner 3 Review

Purchasing individual ringtones from Apple can quickly become expensive. Thankfully, iToner from Ambrosia allows users to easily create and customize iPhone ringtones, but only those who want to create dozens of ringtones will find value in the app. Read on for our review and ringtone creation walkthrough.

OWC Envoy Pro Review: Perfect Complement to a Retina MacBook Pro

2:41 PM, Jan. 8th, 2013 · · In-Depth Review

OWC Envoy Pro

The Other World Computing (OWC) Envoy Pro is a new enclosure made specifically for the unique form factor of the Retina MacBook Pro SSD. After upgrading your internal SSD, the Envoy lets you use the stock Apple drive in a beautiful and fast USB 3.0 enclosure that perfectly matches the aesthetics of the MacBook Pro. Read on for our full hands-on review and benchmarks.

Manage Your Bills Smartly With Chronicle 5

4:55 PM, Jan. 3rd, 2013 · · In-Depth Review

Chronicle 5 from LittleFin LLC

Keeping track of and paying bills can be a chore. Chronicle 5, for OS X, can turn a chore into fun and help you get well organized. With a time-ordered list, visible calendar as well as payment reminders, it's a great tool to get your bills under control in 2013.

The iGearUnlimited iPad Mini Portfolio Case Is a Poor Choice [Updated]

1:39 PM, Jan. 3rd, 2013 · · In-Depth Review

iGearUnlimited Portfolio Case for the iPad mini

The iGearUnlimited Portfolio Case for the iPad mini is a second rate product that shows signs of being rushed to market before it was properly engineered and designed. David Winograd has been using it for a few weeks and has run into problems with just about every design decision. Read his review and find out what the developer did wrong.

Drobo 5D Review: Fast & Expandable Thunderbolt Storage

3:38 PM, Dec. 17th, 2012 · · In-Depth Review

Drobo 5D Thunderbolt Review

Storage firm Drobo recently launched its first generation of Thunderbolt-enabled products. The new Drobo 5D includes 5 drive bays, Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 ports, and an optional mSATA SSD bay in a package that offers fast performance. Read on for our full review and benchmarks of this powerful black box.

OWC Helios & Accelsior SSD: The Best of Thunderbolt’s Potential

10:39 AM, Dec. 17th, 2012 · · In-Depth Review

The OWC Helios Thunderbolt Chassis is one of the first devices to fully realize the potential of Thunderbolt. The sleek device allows users of any Mac with a Thunderbolt port to access a multitude of PCI Express cards, including SSDs, FireWire and eSATA port adapters, and professional audio & video capture cards. Read on for our full review and benchmarks.

1Password 4 for iPhone & iPad: Beautiful Security

11:52 AM, Dec. 14th, 2012 · · In-Depth Review

1Password has long been a must have app for secure password and sensitive information management on the Mac, but while the iPhone and iPad versions have been handy, they always felt limited compared their desktop counterpart. AgileBits addressed those limitations in 1Password 4 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch and -- for the most part -- brings the iOS version inline with its big brother on the Mac.