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Apple’s current iPad is slightly thicker than its predecessor--enough so that old keyboard cases don’t fit quite right. These cases with built-in keyboards are designed specifically to accommodate the third-gen iPad.
The rubberized keys take some getting used to, but at least you won't be afraid to take this keyboard case to the coffee shop.
Belkin's YourType has a removable keyboard, providing the flexibility of a slim folio case plus a nice keyboard that you can carry when you need it.
This amazingly slim keyboard uses the iPad's magnets to stay attached, and provides an excellent typing feel.
This router lets you monitor and control some network functions from an Internet-connected iOS or Android device.
The addition of an LED light source turns the Nook Simple Touch into the must-have e-reader for bookworms.
These chargers, cases, and other accessories for your smartphones and tablets can help make your trip a little smoother.
The elevated camera and automated image processing should appeal to those who take a lot of product shots. The rest of the machine is pretty good, but toner is expensive.
This AA-powered keyboard is thin and feels solid on a desk. However, the high tilt isn't right for everyone, and the keys are hard to press.
This full-size, hefty, AA-powered keyboard comes with a mouse. It's probably best paired with the Motorola Xoom tablet.
This lightweight keyboard for Acer's Android tablet uses AAA batteries. Although it's comfortable to use, it tends to rattle during a speedy typing session.
Get the most out of your Android tablet by adding a physical keyboard. We tested top tablet makers' keyboards to find the best match for your slate.
If you take lots of images of small objects for advertising or design, the HP TopShot Laserjet Pro M275 just might make your life a little easier.