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  • Today's man is stylish and cosmopolitain, well-connected and well dressed. And it's about time we found a laptop bag that answered to that. Good thing then that we at Pure Mobile recently came across the LE Rush from Be.ez.


    Designed for MacBook Air and Macbook Pro up to 13-inch, It's one of the top styles we've seen in laptop travel bags for men on the go. Simple and classic, it's got the look of a sleek messenger bag – that all-season menswear staple – but comes with the storage, organization and protection you need for your MacBook laptop.



    As much as we love the exterior of the LE Rush, especially in the modern and masculine brown and black "Black Coffee" finish, there ought to be something said here for its interior and for the quality of its construction.


    Made with a high-durability and low-maintenance nylon outer, it's strong and dirt resistant, with handles and removable strap for either briefcase or messenger carrying styles.


    On the inside, it boasts a custom-fit compartment for MacBook Air and MacBook pro laptops of up to 13 inches, with high-density padding to protect your device. There's also place for documents and a front pocket with contrasting brown inner on the flap for extra storage, so its really the only bag you need for work or school.


    With the LE Rush Bag, Be.ez has done well by modern men, serving up a travel bag that looks more like fashion that it does a mobile accessory, but which offers the protection, comfort and organization you need from a laptop bag. It's just one thing that'll make your busy life that much easier, and it looks good to boot.


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  • Moshi 99MO015203 Zefyr 2 HE Macbook cooler cooling stand chill pad


    In the realm of MacBook accessories, there's figuratively cool and then there's literally cool. Today we're talking about the later, that less flashy but incredibly essential item, the cooling stand or chill pad. For anyone who uses their MacBook as their primary computer, one maintenance concern rises above all others – keeping their laptop from overheating. And Moshi has addressed the issue with their sleek and highly efficient Zefyr 2 Cooler.


    Even though MacBooks are renowned for their performance, which easily matches that of many desktop computers – most of Pure Mobile's blog posts are written from a MacBook air – the fact that laptops have much smaller fans than desktop models means they can get pretty hot pretty fast. This is especially true if you're gaming, watching video, or loading your computer down with heavy-duty work.


    But, with its double fan design and twin convection funnels to draw heat outward and away, Moshi's Zephyr 2 keeps your MacBook nice and cool, so that it can run at the speed it's supposed to.


    Moshi 99MO015203 Zefyr 2 HE Macbook cooler Moshi's Zefyr 2 Cooler keeps your Macbook at a safe temperate for improved performance

     


    Made of aircraft-grade aluminum and white plastic, the Zephyr 2's look is in keeping with Apple's signature minimalist white aesthetic. It's a small and compact wedge-shaped design that props your laptop at an angle that's comfortable for typing. Convenient details, like anti-slip rubber pads, and an additional USB port to compensate for the one used to connect the stand to your MacBookshow the thought that went into the Zephyr 2's design.


    You can run the Zephyr 2 with one or two fans at a time, and the cooling fans themselves are extremely quiet; On low setting, they're next to silent. But the main thing is that they perform as they're supposed to, keeping your MacBook at optimal performance and maintaing its system stability.


    A cooling stand or chill pad may not immediately jump out as the flashiest of  MacBook accessories. But for anyone who (like this blogger) is more than a little dependent on their laptop, it's an essential piece of hardware for prolonging device life and maintaining performance. And a sleek, portable and efficient model like Moshi's Zephyr 2 is a good bet.




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  • If you're a true girly girl, or a boy who just happens to love pink, you've probably found that the mostly black and silver world of high-tech gadgets and accessories isn't exactly dominated by your favorite color.


    But  if you know where to find them, you can still live la vie en rose with a ton cool accessories for your laptop, tablet and smartphone that would make Barbie – and Ken – proud. Here, we've rounded up our top picks for accessories in fuschia, cotton candy, and every shade of pink in between.


    OtterBox Defender Case for iPad 2/3 in Pink and Grey


    Don't let the sweet pink accents fool you, OtterBox's Defender Case for iPad 2 and iPad 3 is tough as nails. No, not manicure nails, the other kind.



    iSkin Vibes Case for BlackBerry Curve 9360 in Hot Pink


    Turn your BlackBerry into a hot pink berry with this flashy iSkin Vibes case for Curve 9360. With its high-gloss pink finish, smartphone protection never looked so good.



    iSkin Vibes Case for Samsung Galaxy S III in Pink


    How about putting a nice pink flush on your Samsung Galaxy S III? iSkin's Vibes Case is just the thing – easy to put on and take off again, but totally protective, it's simply sweet.



    iSkin Solo Case for iPhone 5 in Pink


    Oh my god, sparkles! We could go on about the virtues of iSkin's Solo iPhone 5 case, its slim design, its extra grip, the moulded ring around the camera for glare prevention. But we probably had you at glitter.



    Sony Smart Watch Band in Pink


    Smart Watches are already pretty cool as far as mobile accessories go, but as fashion accessories, they're way cooler when they come in fun colors, like this Pink Sony Smart Watch Strap.



    Moshi iGlaze Case for iPhone 5 in Pink


    With a beautiful slim design in a powder-pink finish, Moshi's hardshell iGlaze Case for iPhone 5 is both sleek with sweet, for minimalists with a rosy outlook.



    iLuv Sweet Cotton Headphones in Pink


    The name says it all with iLuv's Sweet Cotton Headphones. They're a fun, feminine and lightweight way to listen to your favorite music on any device. And even the cord is pink!



    Toffee Pink Leather Sleeve For MacBook Air


    A laptop case to rival your favorite handbag for quality and style, Toffee's Pink Leather Sleeve for MacBook Air is made from high-end pebble grain leather and is perfectly padded for the right protection. Quite simply, it's gorgeous.



    XMI X-Mini II Capsule Speaker in Pink


    XMI's X-Mini II Capsule Speaker is known as "the world's smallest boom-box" for a reason. It's small enough to toss in your bag but loud enough to bust out for impromptu dance parties. It's adorable in pink but every once in a while, you should use it to blast a couple black metal tracks, if only to mess with people.





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  • There's a reason why Incase consistently ranks as one of our favorite brands for smartphone, tablet and laptop accessories. The company's always thinking up new ways to make our digital lives just a little bit easier, more streamlined, more stylish.


    And this week's Mobile Accessory of the Week zeroes in on the latest collection from this leading label – the Terra line of sleek, uncomplicated carrying cases and sleeves.



    So-called because of the natural woven materials Incase uses to make these laid-back, lightweight traveling cases, the Terra line comes in either a light natural canvass or slick charcoal grey chambray, both of which are as durable as they are attractive.


    Neither too feminine or too masculine, the easy elegance of styles like the Terra Sleeve and Terra Tote is a look that's modern, unpretentious and will pretty much work for anybody



    Incase seems to get the details right. Models like the Terra Tote and Terra Sleeve for Macbook Pro and Macbook Air are logically designed, and simply executed, with the perfect dimensions, and just the right amount of padding and extra storage for safe, easy, and unfussy transport.


    While the Terra laptop sleeve gives you an exterior document pocket, the Terra Tote comes packed with multiple organizers and offers easy access for a no-hassle a day on the go.


    Added touches, like genuine leather toggles on zippers, and additional padding at the bottom for extra laptop protection, are like icing on the cake.




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  • The big Apple announcements have been made, and Apple had a very busy day. In case you weren’t in San Jose yesterday (or glued to Twitter), here is what was revealed about Apple’s new releases: the iPad Mini, the new MacBook Pro, the new version of the Mac Mini and redesigned iMacs. Apple even handed over a fourth generation iPad.


    iPad Mini


    The iPad Mini is a 7-inch version of the new iPad.


    • A screen that measures 7.9 inches diagonally with 4:3 aspect ratio that makes it looks like it has a bigger viewing area than it really does
    • Total screen area of 29.6 square inches
    • 23% thinner than the third generation iPad
    • The same resolution as the original iPad and iPad 2, at 1,024 x 768 (this allows use of current apps since the smaller screen size will shrink them with no app redesign required)
    • 163 pixels per inch
    • A5 chip – the same processor used in the iPad 2 and the new iPod Touch.
    • Front-facing FaceTime 720p camera, with a 5-megapixel camera in back
    • A weight of 10.9 ounces (less than half the weight of the full-size iPad)
    • 0.28 of an inch thickness
    • The new Lightning connector that first appeared with the iPhone 5
    • Color choices of black and white
    • Smart covers shrunk to fit and in multiple colors including blue, green, pink and black

    iPad mini pricing starts at $329 for the Wi-Fi-only version with 16GB capacity. Wi-Fi-only with more capacity are $429 for 32GB, and $529 for 64GB. Cellular versions run $459 for 16GB, $559 for 32 GB and $659 64GB. Higher capacities and 4G LTE options are also available.


    Pre-orders begin Oct. 26. Wi-Fi devices ship Nov. 2. Cellular models arrive two weeks later. Reports say Apple has ordered 10 million iPad Minis from its suppliers to meet demand between now and the holiday season.


    New MacBook Pro



    The new MacBook Pro computer surprised many with its size.


    • A 13-inch retina display
    • Three-quarters of an inch thick
    • Weighs in a full pound less than the 13″ MacBook Pro
    • Screen resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 (higher resolution than the 27″ iMac)
    • No optical drive, USB 3.0 and a full HDMI output
    • Two Thunderbolt ports

    Here are the three basic models of the new 13″ MacBook Pro Retina:


    • 2.5 Ghz i5 with 128GB SSD and 8GB of RAM, $1699
    • 2.5 Ghz i5 with 256GB SSD and 8GB of RAM, $1999
    • 2.9 Ghz i7 with 512 SSD and 8GB of RAM, $2199

    The MacBook Pro has already begun to ship.


    iPad 4



    Apple also surprised many with the announcement of a slightly updated fourth-generation, full-sized iPad with a new, twice-as-fast processor.The design is basically the same with a few exceptions.


    • The Lightning connector
    • A6X system-on-a-chip
    • Improved LTE support (adding Sprint to the Verizon and AT&T providers)

    The iPad 4 pricing matches that of the new iPad.


    Updated Mac Mini computer



    Apple modernized its Mac Mini computer with new features and upgrades.


    • Hardwear choices are dual or quad-core i5 or i7 processor, with up to 16GB of RAM
    • Intel HD graphics 4000
    • Bluetooth 4.0
    • Either a 1TB HDD or 256GB SSD

    The basic Mac Mini model starts at $599 for a 2.5Ghz dual-core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 500GB HDD. The updated Mac mini has already started to ship.


    Updated iMac configuration



    The iMac was last given a substantial update in 2009. The new version has some of the latest hardware in an unbelievably thin package.


    • Configurations include the quad-core i5 or i7 Ivy Bridge processors and up to 32GB of RAM
    • Ivy Bridge that provides connectivity with USB 3
    • Drive choices - traditional hard drive, an SSD or Apple’s new Fusion Drive (Apple technology that gives a hybrid SSD/traditional HD experience. The most used and disk-intensive apps load from the SSD but your media, movies and music can still exist on a traditional hard drive.)

    Here is the pricing for the new iMac models:


    • The 21.5″ iMac starts at $1299 for a 2.7 quad-core i5 with 8GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive.
    • The 27″ iMac starts at $1799 for a quad core i5 with 8GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive.
    • The SSD or Apple’s new Fusion Drive are additional upgrades.

    The 21.5″ iMac will go on sale in November. The 27″ iMac will go on sale in December.




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  • By Aldo Panessidi


    Apple is making noise and hinting that it is preparing  to introduce a $799 MacBook Air model for launch as early as 3rd quarter this year. Apple already has new 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro models planned for the market this summer.


    Apple MacBook Air


    Leaving your MacBook unprotected is risky!  Discover the latest innovative protection solutions... stylish top brand bags and sleeves for your MacBook from top brands Be.ez, Incase, Toffee and Targus


    According to a source in the Apple supply chain, Apple is putting together a less expensive ultrabook model with an 11-inch screen. If we’re lucky, Apple will share its Air with us at the annual Worldwide Developer Conference that’s coming up on June 11th.


    Enhance your mobility and turn your device into a power tool!  Discover select accessories such as; stylus & pens, micro SD memory cards, batteries, data cables, keyboard protectors  and XMI Speakers  all specifically designed to make your devices functionally efficient and performance rich.


    Acer and Intel are continuing to aggressively pursue the ultrabook market with plans to launch their own versions this year. Intel is planning on a price point of $699 which should offer some competition to an Apple MacBook Air price of $799. However, many believe that ultrabook sales projections for the competition will under-deliver until the launch of Windows 8.


    Currently, Apple's 11-inch 64GB MacBook Air is priced at $999 with a 128GB version priced at $1,199. The 13-inch 128GB version is priced at $1,299 and 256GB version is $1,599.



    This post was posted in Apple, General and was tagged with windows, ultrabook, apple notebook, macbook air, MacBook Pro, MacBook, Apple

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