Those of us who are relatively big apple fans sometimes wish that we had access to a wireless keyboard and track pad that didnít run away whenever we tried to use it. Even I have to admit that though this was all typed onto a Mac, I used a big clunky keyboard and gaming mouse because Appleís accessories are so lightweight that they are more like toy versions. Their light nature is great, but when put to use, they slide around a lot as they have no way of being anchored down.
Mark Donohoe has created just such an anchor for our wireless Apple devices, so they can finally be put to use without driving us nuts. Itís called the aTrackt, and the more portable version the aTrackt go, and they are simple, yet very effective. Made out of solid aluminum, these are track pad and keyboard tracts that make sure your accessories stay in one place. While the aTrackt is more meant for the desktop as it is a streamlined version, the aTracktgo can go anywhere with you as it is more of a tray than a tract. At only $50 for the desktop version, and $100 for the portable, these are possibly the best ways to maximize your desk space.