We love our MacBooks as much as the next guy or gal, but they’re nowhere near as cheap as a “hackintosh” alternative. The HacBook Elite runs OS X for 1/3 the cost of a Mac out of the box. The package and guts of the HacBook Elite are a refurbished HP EliteBook with an aluminum body, magnesium-reinforced chassis, water-resistant finish and a glass touchpad, along with the same hardware specs as a 2013 MacBook Pro. That’s an Intel i5, up to 8GB RAM, 1600 x 900 14″ HD+ display, up to 1TB of storage and 802.11 a/b/g/n wireless. The only thing you have to do to get this sub-$500 Mac working is load up a copy of OS X, but therein lies the rub. Apple doesn’t like their OS running on other people’s hardware, so we can’t confirm HacBook Elite will ever even see actual release.
Good sleep is paramount to having a good day. That's why Parachute makes bedding essentials with comfort front and center. Take the Essential Quilt, for example. It's a modern take on a classic quilt that not only looks good thanks to its contemporary box pattern, but is also designed to be super soft and insanely comfortable. Made in a family-owned factory in Portugal and Oeko-Tex certified to ensure it's been responsibly manufactured, the Essential Quilt is ideal for layering and the soft, lived-in feel is primed to help you drift off.