Jimi Actually Makes Your iMac’s USB Ports Accessible

Ah, Apple. Always with an eye for design and clean appearances. Sometimes this makes parts of their products not ideally functional. A prime example of this is the location of the USB ports on an iMac. Located on the back of the monitor, they require you to reach around and finagle your plug just to insert it. The Jimi is a simple but extremely smart accessory that gives you easier access to your USB ports. Simply plug it in and snap it in the air vent at the bottom of an iMac, and the "J" shaped device puts your USB port right beneath your monitor. Simple, smart, and only a touch less sleek.
$15 buy MORE: Computers, Tech.
#

Dart Is The World’s Smallest Laptop Adapter

It doesn't matter if you're a member of the Mac or PC camp, the universal truth about laptops is that all chargers suck. FINsix is going to change all of that with the Dart adapter. Using patented MIT technology (FINsix was founded by a team of MIT grad students) called very high frequency (VHF) power conversion, the ... continue reading
$79+ buy MORE: Computers, Tech.
#

Nice Laundry Sock Drawer Makeover SPONSORED

After Nice Laundry launched their Spring/Summer 2014 collection, they sold out of things within 24 hours. Now that they're are back in stock, grab as much as you possibly can before they're long gone. Check out their "Sock Drawer Makeover", which is 18 pairs of fresh, high-quality socks for $99 with free shipping, a fraction of the price you'd pay elsewhere. Plus, they'll recycle all of your old socks for free--whether you're a Rebel or a Prepster, that's some Spring Cleaning you'll actually do this year. Cool Material readers can receive a special, limited-edition bonus pair with their first order. ... check it out
$99 buy
#

Lifta is The World’s Simplest Desk Organizer

Lifta doesn't come with hidden compartments, storage trays, or anything that will clutter the appearance of your clean workstation. What it does offer is a very basic, but very beautiful, way to lift your monitor to the proper ergonomic height while giving you a place to put your peripherals. It's simple, and you're ... continue reading
$125 buy MORE: Computers, Work.
#

Use This App to Fight Parking Tickets

Nothing ruins the memory of a good night out like waking up to find a sheet of paper slapped under your windshield wiper. First you're outraged and ready to take on the man and then - in the words of Tyler Durden - you accept your fate. The bottom line is it's a hassle to fight it and not worth your time, but with ... continue reading
$TBD buy MORE: Apps, Computers, Tech.
#

LaCie Sphere

Do you store lots of important stuff on your hard drive? Do you feel like your hard work deserves to be housed in something a little more luxurious? Say hello to the LaCie Sphere. The company teamed up with Chistofle - a French silversmith outfit - to craft this 1TB external hard drive. The Sphere is handcrafted and ... continue reading
$490 buy MORE: Computers, Tech.
#

The Goods Cord Organizers

The Goods, a newly launched brand out of LA, just launched a Kickstarter to produce two leather cord organizers. The Crew is a small cord organizer with two snaps that's designed to keep your headphones untangled, or functional if you're anything like us, when you're out and about. But The Loop is what really caught ... continue reading
$19+ buy MORE: Audio, Bags, Computers, Gear, Tech.
#

Web iPad Mini Case

Since you don't know exactly what you'll be transporting on a day-to-day basis, most carry-all cases don't always work. If you're an iPad Mini owner and want a case that is adaptable to your ever changing EDC, check out the Web. The woven elastic webbing on the back of the case is perfect for storing just about anything. ... continue reading
$45 buy MORE: Computers, iPad Mini, Tech.