Don't-Miss Tablet accessory Stories
With 1.5TB of capacity we were pleased with Samsung's Wi-Fi media streamer, until it choked on our high bit-rate MKV Blu-ray rip.
For years now, Adobe has been teasing Project Mighty, its iPad stylus and digital ruler prototypes; now, those prototypes have graduated to full-fledged product status in the form of Adobe's Ink and Slide. Here's our review.
We've evaluated a half-dozen models and will help you find the one that's right for your needs.
You don't have to spend a lot to get great headphones. We tested six full-size models that each cost less than $100 (one of them significantly less), and we came away impressed by what you can get.
Double is an easy-to-use robot that uses an iPad for its controls and videoconferencing.
These tiny devices let you stream high-def video from a notebook, tablet, or smartphone—when they work.
The IdeaCentre Horizon weighs nearly 19 pounds. Lenovo's cart accessory renders it portable and suitable for electronic board games.
Logitech's UE 4000 and UE 6000 use different designs: The UE 4000 is an on-ear headphone, while the UE 6000 is an over-ear, noise-canceling model. But they're otherwise similar, with very good midrange and treble that can be obscured by too much bass.
N-trig's DuoSense Pen 2 ships only with specific tablet and laptop lines for Windows and Android, but for those setups, it's a nice built-in accessory.
Sometimes a USB key just isn't roomy enough. We describe the portable hard drive specs and features that matter most, and name five of our favorite models.
Taking your business on the road? This traveler's toolkit can keep you in touch and pumping out PowerPoint presentations, no matter where you are.
Many iPad keyboard cases are big and bulky, and you have to take them with you even when you don’t need the physical keyboard. Logitech's Smart Cover-inspired Ultrathin Keyboard Cover is svelte enough that if you do serious typing on your iPad, you may actually want to carry it with you all the time.
You can turn your tablet into a laptop for long typing sessions, and go back to just a tablet when you're done. We test four popular physically attached keyboards for Android tablets.