Once you’ve bought a Mac, or any other Apple device for that matter, you tend to notice that any accessories for that device just doesn’t look as premium as the device itself and you find yourself wishing that accessory looked more premium. Sounds familar?
These are some of the best Mac accessories or the best Apple-esque accessories you can add to your setup while keeping the premium look that Apple devices bring to the table.
1. Premium 4-Port Aluminum USB Hub
This device retains the premium look and aluminum build like Apple devices as well as the chrome circular sides that matches the Apple wireless keyboard as well as the Magic Trackpad exactly.
It adds four unpowered USB2.0 ports to your setup and is compatible with Windows, Mac OSX 10.9.1 and higher, and Linux 2.4 and above.
2. mStand Laptop Stand
This Laptop stand raises the laptop 5.9 inches higher for better ergonomics and usablility, while improving airflow around the laptop. The aluminum material that it’s built with, matches that of the Apple iMac MacBook Pro and other Apple devices, while acting as a heatsink for the laptop.
It is compatible with the Apple MacBook Pro, Macbook Air, and other laptops with a depth of less than 10.4 inches. It is stable, solid and the hole at the back provides a safe and neat area to route cables.
3. External DVD+RW SuperDrive
This SuperDrive is compatible with Mac OSX 8.6 or higher, includes the built in Apple BIOS and works perfectly with Apple Mac, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini and iMac.
It’s powered by a USB 2.0 port and is Plug and Play, therefore no special drivers are required for you to install before this SuperDrive can work. For specifications, click the link above.
4. Backpack for Mac
This product is a steel shelf designed for iMac and Apple displays and can be mounted on the front or back.
It includes pegs to support vertically oriented devices and the cable rails allow for conveneint cord management, which in return, helps create a less cluttered workspace.
Hopefully these little accessories can improve the look and feel of your setup. If you know of any more, or have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comments below or visit the Apple Section in the forums to start a discussion.