Top 5 Ca­ble-free gear

Mac Format - - WIFI SECRETS -

Canon Pixma MG7750 >

£160 >

> Pro­duce premium-qual­ity photo prints in sec­onds with this AirPrint-com­pat­i­ble printer and scan­ner. Mac apps are in­cluded, and a free Canon Print Inkjet/Sel­phy app for iOS (ap­ en­ables you to scan doc­u­ments di­rectly to your iPad or iPhone.

Bow­ers & Wilkins Zep­pelin Wire­less >

£499 > bow­

> Treat your Mac and your ears to some top-qual­ity sounds with this bril­liant Air­Play speaker. It belts out a healthy 50W per stereo chan­nel, plus an­other 50W via its built-in sub­woofer. Air­Play means it works seam­lessly with your iPad and iPhone, too.

LaCie Fuel 1TB hard drive >

£130 >

> Armed with enough stor­age for 500 movies, LaCie Fuel is a por­ta­ble hard drive with its own recharge­able 10-hour bat­tery and Wi-Fi router built in too, mak­ing it ideal for use at home or on the go. As it’s Air­Play-com­pat­i­ble, you can even use the drive to stream me­dia to your Ap­ple TV – and it works with your iPad, iPhone and Mac, of course.

Ne­tatmo Weather Sta­tion >

£169 > ne­

> This gizmo keeps tabs on hu­mid­ity, tem­per­a­ture, and air qual­ity, and the re­sults are pre­sented beau­ti­fully on iOS, or on a Mac us­ing Temps (£1.49, Mac App Store). Add the op­tional rain and wind gauges (£69 each) to mon­i­tor those con­di­tions, too – great if weather fore­casts fill you with hol­low laugh­ter. Sennheiser Mo­men­tum Wire­less >

£290 >

> Whether you’re play­ing a movie, mu­sic or a game, these head­phones are built for com­fort and high fi­delity, with noise-can­celling tech to fil­ter out most back­ground sounds, they also fea­ture Blue­tooth so you can lis­ten with­out be­ing teth­ered to a de­vice.

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