Friday, February 24, 2017

Mac Webcam Tripod : Gooseneck Mount For Logitech Webcam C922 C930 C920 C615


Position your Mac compatible Logitech web camera precisely with this 27" Clamp Mount Jaws Clip Arm Neck Tripod Goose-neck Camera mount tripod for Logitech Webcam models C922 C930e C930 C920 C615 that have a standard 1/4 inch / 20 thread mounting hole:
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Mac OSX Compatible ConferenceCam Connect Webcam With Speakerphone for Small Groups


The Logitech ConferenceCam Connect is an ideal Apple compatible Video Conference Webcam for Small Groups and Business Conferencing. This high-qualithy HD 1080p Camera with Built-in Speakerphone features Pan, Tilt and Zoom (PTZ) remote with Skype call and disconnect buttons.
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500 Social Media Marketing Tips : Great Book For Mac SEO's and Marketers


Awesome book for online marketers: 500 Social Media Marketing Tips: Essential Strategies For Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, YouTube, Instagram, LinkedIn, and More!
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MacOS Compatible Logitech C930e USB Desktop or Laptop Webcam


The Apple compatible Logitech C930e USB Desktop or Laptop Webcam is a high-quality, premium HD 1080p Camera with90-degree wide-angle field of view (FOV) ideal for Skype conferencing and video chat - especially when you need 2 or more participants to fit within the camera frame.

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Logitech Group Conference Webcam For Mac OSX : 1080p Camera and Speakerphone


Learn more about the Apple compatible Logitech Group Conference Webcam ideal for Big Meeting Rooms and Group conferences. A high-quality 1080p HD Pan, tilt and zoom web camera and Speakerphone system for large and small business.

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Saturday, January 14, 2017

Super-Fast Flash Memory Storage Recommendations For Macs


Review, shop and buy the fastest flash memory storage options for Apple computers. Solid-State backup hardware for Mac include USB thumb drives, Secure Digital SD - SDHC and SDXC cards, or DIY SSD ThunderBolt, USB 3.0 and USB-C drives and enclosures using SATA or PCIe SSD modules of your choosing. http://www.drivesformac.com With prices recently collapsing on flash memory modules, higher capacity and more affordable Apple compatible solid-state memory peripherals are rapidly displacing conventional spinning platter storage - with far faster read/write speeds and increased reliability and endurance.
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Monday, November 28, 2016

New C922 Stream Pro Logitech HD Webcam For Mac


Logitech's newest HD webcam for Mac http://www.mac-compatible-web-cam.com - Mac Compatible Webcam Reviews, Product News.
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MacBook Compatible Mobile Laptop Printer Makers


Who makes portable printers for MacBook Pro and Air? http://www.maclaptopprinters.com Printing companies compatible with Mac OSX and IOS
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Friday, September 14, 2012

Mac Computers With USB 3.0

Undoubtedly the arrival of USB 3.0 interfaces on MacBook mobile computers is a significant step to the future of SuperSpeed peripherals for Mac computers. Delivering up to TEN times the potential performance bandwidth over slower USB 2.0, USB 3.0 promises to provide far better performance for a broad assortment of home computer peripherals. USB3's backward compatibility with existing USB 2.0 components guarantees it will likely be a comparatively effortless change to the high-speed USB 3.0 standard.


Apple Inc. is now shipping USB 3.0 ports on the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, and the new Retina Display MacBook Pro products. It's expected that before the end of 2012, Apple will likely also be modifying it's Mac mini and iMac desktop computers to provide USB 3.0 ports. Apple has stated that in early 2013 the Macintosh Pro desktop tower will get a major revision that will feature both ThunderBolt and USB 3.0 port enhancements.


Aside from USB 3.0 cables, cards, and USB device sharing hubs, the USB 3 disk drive market for portable and personal computer file backup drives has already made the change to USB 3.0 interface. A broad variety of SuperSpeed backup solutions are presently available, and that includes things like USB 3.0 memory card readers and extremely fast US3 thumb drives.


A wider range of many other sorts of USB 3.0 Mac computer accessories have yet to reach the marketplace. However, we can look forward to additional gadgets such as USB 3.0 printers and scanners, USB 3.0 HDTV tuners, web cams, and SuperSpeed audio and video recording equipment to reach the market in the months ahead that will be good for both Macintosh and Microsoft Windows users as USB 3.0 adoption explodes across the computer sphere.

Saturday, June 30, 2012

ThunderBolt Drives and Adapters For Mac

Personal computer manufacturers Intel and Apple unleashed a bleeding edge computer data interface named ThunderBolt about a year or so back. It's been slow to reach critical mass, but we're seeing ever more Mac ThunderBolt accessories technology reaching the market place. Capable of data speeds of up to Ten Gbps on each of its dual channels, it delivers twice the bandwidth of its closest competitor - the Five Gbps emerging "Super-Speed" USB 3.0 interface spec.

Mac users will find largest performance gains will be in the data storage area. A ThunderBolt HDD drive  ( visit http://www.thunderbolt-hard-drive.com ) interface promises insanely fast data transfer and backup speeds, particularly when paired with SSD flash drives. A full DVD disc of data can be copied in less than sixty seconds, an entire Terabyte backup drive worth of videos, music and pictures in just a few minutes. Expect other data intensive Thunderbolt peripherals for Mac and PC such as HDTV tuners, High-Def webcams and other high demand devices to hit the market to take advantage of the speed ThunderBolt technology provides. Keep in mind, ThunderBolt is not exclusive to the Mac platform. Intel and other PC makers will soon be shipping logic-boards with ThunderBolt interfaces built-in too.

These ThunderBolt ports are an extension of either a Mac or PC computers internal PCI Express bus. As such, it provides a very direct and multiple-lane freeway to a computer's memory and central processor. Imagine it as an expansion card slot that's just a small external port on the side of your laptop or desktop setup. This technology initially was launched on Apple's MacBook laptop and Macintosh desktop platforms as a solitary ThunderBolt port where the DisplayPort connection for video used to be. That's an important distinction to note: ThunderBolt can also drive high-resolution external LCD displays along with other ThunderBolt drive adapters that can adapt to other eSATA, FireWire, Ethernet and USB 3.0 peripherals.