7. Knomo Serra Red, £195
Laptop bags tend to be utilitarian things, but not if you pick Knomo. All its products demonstrate the attention to detail that Mac users appreciate, as this Knomo Serra Red chic trolley case exemplifies. There are more butch lines available too!
8. Kodak Zi8, £117
The iLife suite that comes with all new Macs includes easy-to-use tools to edit movies, and a video camera such as this HD-capable model from Kodak lets you quickly, easily and cheaply capture family and friends at play.
9. M-Audio Axiom 25, £120
In that same iLife package is GarageBand, an astonishingly capable audio application. Even of you don't think you have a musical bone in your body, a little USB MIDI controller such as this M-Audio Axiom 25 lets you tinkle out a tune.
10. Samsung ST1000, £250
The iPhoto app in the iLife suite now includes a feature called Places that lets you pin where your photos were taken to a map. This Samsung ST1000 12 megapixel compact camera uses GPS to embed this information for you automatically.
11. Subscription to MacFormat magazine, £48
MacFormat magazine, from the same publisher as TechRadar, is packed with useful, easy-to-understand information to help Mac users new and old get the very most from their computer. There's good reason it's the UK's biggest Mac magazine.
12. Wacom Bamboo Fun Pen and Touch Small, £109
This little graphics tablet not only lets you draw and handwrite on your Mac - indeed, it comes bundled with some excellent software - but you can also use your fingers to interact with your Mac, as if it's a giant trackpad.