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Essential (and Cool) Laptop Gear

Have a look at 14 of our favorite functional (and fun) notebook accessories, whether you and your laptop plan to hit the road or park in your home office.

Roundup: 12 Canalbud Headphones

As Macworld has noted many times, a better set of headphones is the easiest way to get more audio enjoyment out of your iPod or iPhone. We recently took a look...

Gyration Air Mouse

Gyration's Air Mouse feels like the product of a fly-by-night relationship between a Wii Remote controller and a traditional mouse. The Air Mouse sports an...

Microsoft Explorer Mouse

They might seem old fashioned, but trackball mice have one thing going for them: so long as there is a solid surface, you can always use a trackball mouse and it...

Adapx's Digital Pen is a Breakthrough

The concept is simple: You write with a pen on paper, plug the pen into a computer, and everything you've written converts to digital text.


Adapx Capturx for Microsoft Office OneNote

Thanks to out-of-the-box integration with mainstream Microsoft Office programs, Adapx's digital pen is a potentially game-changing input device.

The World's Weirdest Mice

A mouse is such a simple device that not even the worst inventor could screw it up, right? Wrong! We'll give you 13 examples.

Roundup: 9 In-ear-canal Headphones

There's no easier way to improve the sound quality of your iPod than to swap out the original Apple earbuds for something better. With the right 'phones (and...

Epson Perfection V300 Photo Scanner

Epson's V300 scans high-quality photos and film, at an affordable price.

Canon CanoScan LiDE 200 Scanner

The LiDE 200 scanner is inexpensive, compact, and energy-efficient, but it has some limitations.

HP Officejet 6000 Wireless

HP's Officejet 6000 Wireless is an inexpensive four-color ink-jet printer that, as its name implies, has wireless 802.11b/g connectivity. It also has an...

TuneBoard Speaker Keyboard

Two common aftermarket Mac accessories are keyboards and speakers. For those shopping for both--especially if you have limited space or just don't like a lot of...

Death to Gaming Mice

Expensive, slick status symbols for hardcore. But are they worth the money? And, for that matter, are they safe for your hands? We look at two wireless gaming mice to find out.

Verbatim Wireless Desktop Laser Mouse

Verbatim's Wireless Desktop Laser Mouse is a good wireless mouse for people who prefer to use the 2.4GHz wireless spectrum with a USB receiver connected to their...

Kensington SlimBlade Trackball

While desktop trackballs may seem old school, they're still quite popular--a number of Macworld editors currently use Kensington's Expert Mouse as their regular...