It is thinner and lighter than the STM Grip for MacBook Air but lacks the inner linings of the suede to protect the casing from scratching the MacBook Air. The casing material is also extremely reflective as seen in the photos.
ScreenGuardz HD reduces glare and makes it possible for you to use your device under bright lights and direct sunlight. Easy to apply and remove, the ultra-slim PET film overlays reduce glare and fingerprints while protecting your device’s screen from scratches.
The Bluelounge Mika is a all-in-one stand that is able to support iPhone, iPad and the MacBook Air/Pro. It is make of a solid block of aluminium with soft rubber at the edges to prevent inflicting scratches to your gadgets.
The Bluelounge Mika is retailing for S$49 and you get it from DISTEXPRESS or Apple Premium Resellers like Epicentre, Infinite and Challenger stores.
In my first part review of the Synology DiskStation DS413j, I talked about the Unboxing and Setup, in the second part review, I talked about the Performance, Backup & CloudStation and for this last review, I will talk about the multimedia features of the DS413j and that includes Video Station, Audio Station and Photo Station as well as their mobile apps, DS Video, DS Audio and DS Photo+ respectively.
There are a lot of features in the Video/Audio/Photo Station, and hence for this review, I will focus on my personal use case; I want to access/stream my music/video/photos stored in my Synology NAS wherever I am on my iPhone or Android.
It comes with dual Thunderbolt ports that allows you to daisy-chain up to six My Book Thunderbolt Duo drives (48 TB using six Thunderbolt Duo 8 TB drives) or other devices such as monitors, media players, and video / audio editors.
Ultrabook vs Tablet
When given a choice to use the Dell XPS 12 as an ultrabook or a tablet, we will always choose something that we are familiar with because as humans, we are afraid of change. Unless we have no choice but to accept the change and get used to it. In this case, perhaps a Windows 8 tablet running on Windows RT, where user have no choice but to get used to the “New Windows 8 UI”?