In today's technology world the last thing we want is more wires. NO MORE WIRES! How many of you have turned on Pandora or your iTunes App on your phone and placed it on a table to get a taste of portable music?As your local technology oasis, we are always on the search for the best technology gadgets. Enter the FoxL Speakers by soundmatters. This has to be one of the most exciting portable products we have seen in a while. Bluetooth, rechargeable, and base-thumping loud, the FoxL speakers offer what we have been missing for a long time: A portable, useable accessory for our iPad, iPod Touch, iPhones, computers. Add a comment
Product Review: FoxL Portable Bluetooth Speakers
How to use your new FoxL speaker system
1. Plugging the speakers into the nearest outlet, or if you would prefer, turning the speakers on and running on the built-in lithium ion 5 hour rechargeable battery. (Note: The output wattage doubles when plugged into a wall outlet.)Add a comment
What can you do with the new Apple TV?
Since the day it was launched, the new Apple TV has created a palpable buzz. The pint sized multimedia device quickly became one of our best selling holiday gifts here at MacOutfitters. As a result, many who are reading this blog right now may already own an Apple TV, which makes the question not “Should I buy an Apple TV,” but rather, “What can I do with it?” Here's our take.
The first things you will need to get the most out of your Apple TV are the necessary components to get it up and running. You need to have a TV with a high definition multimedia interface (HDMI) input, a power source to plug the Apple TV into, and an HDMI cable (not included). Additionally, if you want to hook up your Apple TV to speakers you will need digital speakers or a digital receiver, along with a digital optical audio cable.
The Apple TV can be used by itself or in conjunction with a computer or Apple iOS mobile device. On its own it can be used as a rental device through either iTunes or Netflix. iTunes rentals can be paid for on an individual basis. Movies range in price from $2.99 to $4.99 depending on whether the movie is standard definition or HD, and whether it is a new release or older movie. In addition TV rentals are also available through iTunes for 99 cents per episode. Add a comment