Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Did you know you can connect your Apple Thunderbolt Display to any Mac computer that has a Thunderbolt port? Not only is the Thunderbolt Display designed to work with Thunderbolt capable Mac computers, it also features an LED-backlit widescreen display, a MagSafe connector to charge your MacBook Pro, and a built-in FaceTime HD camera.
Monday, May 6, 2013
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
We all know that upgrading to a new HDTV Smart TV can get expensive and you are probably comfortable and content with your older TV. But you want to get Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Pandora and the dozens of other streaming video and music services on your TV – but can’t because you have no way of connecting a streaming media player. We’ll we found the perfect combination of technology that will help you turn your older TV into a smart TV – Roku and ATV PRO.
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
If you have an iMac 27-inch or an Apple Cinema Display – you can give it a new life by turning it into an HDTV. This can come in handy if you just purchased a new MacBook and don’t know what do with your older iMac. Our Kanex HD converts your iMac into an HDTV so you can connect your PS3, Xbox 360 or Blu-ray player.
Thursday, April 18, 2013
The ever ubiquitous USB is getting major competition from Thunderbolt! While USB is definitely the mainstream choice of connecting devices, it’s undeniably slower than Thunderbolt and often doesn’t offer the type of leeway the latter might. Meanwhile, Thunderbolt clocks in at an impressive 10Gb. Since its inception, Thunderbolt has made its way into nearly all Apple laptops and desktops, and slowly but surely into Window-based systems. Here’s a quick summary of how to choose for your needs:
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Do you have a Google Nexus 10, Kindle Fire HD or Blackberry Playbook? If so – have you ever thought of connecting it to your HD TV? You are probably thinking – why would you want to do that? I’m saying – why wouldn’t you? You can get more use out of your tablet than you think.
If you own one of these gorgeous tablets you know they are ideal for viewing photos, watching movies and playing games due to their high resolution displays. However watching on a small screen for multiple users may not be so conducive. However if you connected your tablet
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
|Kanex DualRole Now Available|
MacBook Air or MacBook Pro with Retina Display owners this one is for you! We have designed a Gigabit Adapter and USB Hub all in one solution! It’s called the Kanex DualRole and it’s in stock for $69.
It’s the first of its kind to combine and Gigabit Ethernet port and a 3-Port USB hub all in one solution. You plug the USB dongle into your USB 3.0 port and you instant have a 3-Port hub and an available gigabit port. This comes in handy when you are on the road and only have access to a wired Ethernet connection or need to plug in a few more USB 3.0 enabled solutions. Well - we got you covered with DualRole.