Our waste electronics are polluting drinking water and harming ecosystems around the world. It’s time to fix the problem. 1.6 billion cell phones manufactured in 2012. Electronics are packed with toxic chemicals—arsenic, lead, and poly-brominated flame retardants. 60% wasted Most of our e-waste ends up in landfills—both at home and in the developing world—where toxic metals leach into the environment.
whether it is worth to upgrade a laptop with an SSD through a HDD Caddy?The answer often depends on how you use the computer. In most computer shops you often see SATA3 SSD but what exactly does that mean? How relevant is that when using SATA SSD. In this article we want to make a […]
Occassionally we receive e-mails from customer requesting if we can supply a HDD Caddy to insert an extra hard drive in the extra space that is already in their laptop. However this is sometimes confusing because it is actually something different while the functionality is the same. In this article we want to explain the differencen because […]
In our product information you’ll find what type of hard drives can be installed in your HDD Caddy. In this article we will summarise the compatible hard drives or SSD with HDD Caddy. You do not need a special SSD or hard drive. A regular hard drive or SSD will suffice. You can insert a […]
Today I have made an interesting discovery: my 2008 2.4 GHz MacBook Pro is using frustrated total internal reflection (FTIR) for the illumination of its keyboard. The background to this discovery is that I spilled a bit of salad dressing into my keyboard (pro tip: do never try to show someone the salad you […]
First of all, it’s not really noisy if you compare it with other laptops. And it becomes a bit noisy only if you’re giving it some heavy work. Otherwise it stays quiet. But yes, it certainly is noisier than the MacBook Pros with Retina Display. The reason behind it is the structure of the fan. The fan […]
Looking at the MBP 13, you can see that a lot of careful thought has gone into designing the chassis, and it has been so successful that the main unibody design hasn’t changed since 2008 when it was first released. Cooling is possibly the most important factor in x86 mobile devices. Cramming ~35 watt components […]