Product of the week: Fujifilm Compact System Digital Camera Kit


The FUJIFILM X-M1 compact system camera is a lightweight camera that includes the same 16.3 Megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor used in the critically acclaimed FUJIFILM X-Pro1and X-E1 that delivers outstanding image quality, all in a premium, beautifully crafted body.


Gift guide from the 1983 Apple Catalogue



I always thought Apple was an electronic company. According to 1983 however, it was more!

Apple actually still sell branded merchandise from their own company store. But before Steve Jobs returned you could by any old item from their own mail order catalogue.

I’ll take the rug hook kit. Christmas present anyone?!

Valentine’s Special product of the week: Love Me Playing Cards by Curtis Kulig


The newest addition to the Love Me campaign – the Love Me Playing Cards. Playing cards hand illustrated by artist Curtis Kulig. Inspired by his iconic campaign in New York, Paris, Tokyo, and Los AngelesKulig’s art has been featured in gallery shows around the world, and Curtis has since collaborated with Converse, HBO, Nike, and Shepard Fairey. Available at for $6.95 a deck. – the perfect Valentines day gift.

Christmas special: 10 best gifts for iPad users

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With Apple releasing both the iPad with retina display and the iPad mini just before the holidays, there’ll be a lot of thin, rectangular boxes wrapped up for Christmas.If you know someone who’s getting an iPad, or has one already, and want to get them something to go with it, we’ve rounded up 10 of the best accessories you buy. Most of them will be compatible with the iPad 2 or third-generation iPad as well, so no one needs to be left out.

Product of the week: Backpack for Mac


BackPack is a sleek, sturdy shelf designed exclusively for your iMac or Apple Display. This gorgeous slice of steel makes a perfect perch for hard drives, USB peripherals or business cards. Included vertical support pegs prop up tall drives, Time Capsule or even your MacBook Air. BackPack hangs on the back (or front) of your iMac using two clips and gravity. Built-in cable management rails hold your power cords in place for grab-and-go convenience. BackPack is here to help you create the minimalist zen-like workspace your Mac was made for.

Product of the week: iGuy iPad case

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Meet iGuy — the free-standing foam case for the new iPad 4, iPad 3, iPad 2 and iPad original. Every bit as protective as he is a blast to use, iGuy is the perfect iPad accessory for kids and grownups alike. He’s lightweight, easy to hold, and he can stand on his own two feet, even while holding up your iPad. He may look like he’s all about fun, but his soft, squishy body disguises tough EVA foam protection.