• NewerTech Announces NuShelf: An Underdesk Mount For Mac Mini Or Time Capsule

    Adding to the minimalism that is Mac Mini, NewerTech has announced the NuShelf Mount case for mounting a Mini or Time Capsule under a desk. The case is made of clear thick acrylic and rear slots have been cut out for SD cards and cable feeding. There are two versions: single and dual device shelves. The single NuShelf mount costs $39.95 and the NuShelf Dual Mount costs $44.95. Press release… Read More

  • NewerTech USB 2.0 Display Adapter supports up to 6 extra monitors

    Adding an external display to most modern laptops isn’t a big deal; and many desktops natively support dual displays. But adding a third, or even a fourth, display can be a challenge. The NewerTech USB 2.0 Display Adapter aims to make adding extra monitors as easy as plugging in a USB gadget. Macs can add up to 4 monitors, while PCs can add up to six! Read More

  • NewerTech announces world's first quad interface SATA dock

    Meet the Voyager from NewerTech, nerds. It’s the first quad interface SATA docking station that supports USB 2.0, eSATA and FireWire 400 and 800. The hot-swappable station takes 2.5- and 3.5-inch drives and plays nice with both Mac and Windows machines. The push button drive eject makes the Voyager even more desirable because solme of you are prone to premature ejection on… Read More

  • Newertech's USB-to-HDD adapter does the trick

    [photopress:hddusb_1.jpg,full,center] Upgrading your harddrive is tough. Moving those files around and making sure everything copies is a pain and it’s time consuming. Newertech has something novel that might help, a universal USB drive adapter. Pretty much any IDE, ATA, ATAPI, or Serial-ATA drive of any size can become a USB drive with this adapter, which includes handy status lights so… Read More

  • NewerTech Intelligent Battery Charger/Conditioner Review

    Over the course of the year since I’ve had my MacBook the battery life has plummeted each month regardless of whether or not I calibrate the battery. I’m not whining about it, but less than two hours doesn’t leave me with enough time to do anything if I’m working somewhere without an electrical outlet or when I’m in a foreign land and forgot my adapter at the… Read More