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Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by mutaji, Aug 1, 2015.
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Speck Satin Case, SMB Blazer 11, Apple Magic Mouse.
whats smb blazer?
It's a bag I use for it.
Thunderbolt to Ethernet adapter. #1 reason I couldn't go with the new MacBook. I rely on a fast LAN connection for work, and for managing the server and other computers/network related functions. WiFi doesn't always cut it, though our new Unifi AP-AC APs help out a lot, it's still not quite gigabit WiFi.
Other than that, just the charger and my bag.
I use the thunderbolt to HDMI and TB to VGA adapters frequently.
Speck plastic shield case
1tb external hard drive
Micro SD card reader
Birdhouse carrying pouch.
What brand did you use? have you found any issues related to HDMI output?
I may be wrong, but it doesn't matter which brand you use. It isn't like speaker wire where quality of the wire is necessarily important. As the signal is digital, I don't think you need to spend any extra then £10/£20 for an adapter. Try and look for one by reputable companies such as Belkin etc.
A great vinyl on the cover, and an sd card that's pretty much permanent thanks to a Nifty Mini Drive.
So far, an Acme Made sleeve and a no-name keyboard cover. When I remember to use it. I had a lemonade disaster with my MBP that the computer somehow survived and I'm trying to prevent that with this new machine.
A Thule sleeve and an USB modem (sometimes).
There are multiple ways to get Ethernet on the new Macbook...
I use the Monoprice HDMI adapter. I have had some issues streaming Sports to my TV via HDMI because my MBA gets hot and then the stream starts getting choppy. That's not an adapter issue but a cooling issue.
Great machine and my only computer... At office serves as deck-top replacement so I use Apple TBD, external HDDs, Time Capsule and Caldigit thunderbolt station. On the road, a Sena leather portfolio case, 4G modem when I need it. Rarely use Ethernet to USB or TB to video adaptors, but always have them with me.
Thank you : ) !!! Excelent ideas all of these you have named !!!
External monitor with thunderbolt/DVI adapter
KORG NanoKONTROL2 control surface
Apple Extended USB Keyboard
Some old USB PC mouse
EIE Pro USB audio interface with studio monitors, microphones, etc.
LG full size USB super multi DVD drive
Seagate thunderbolt backup plus dock with drives
2gb Airport Time Capsule with 802.11ac wifi
Bunch of USB external disks
Bunch of USB flash drives
Also Mac Mini iTunes server for my media library and two AppleTVs
USB to ethernet (only used couple of times)
Thunderbolt to HDMI for connecting to TV
2TB Time Machine
Apple CD Driver (for ripping CD's in iTunes)