Optimize your Every Day Carry with a convenient two-card MagSafe compatible wallet from atom studios.
An accessory adds to the function of an existing product. Some examples of tech accessories might include cables, stands, or adapters.
ZAGG, a global leader in accessories that empower mobile lifestyles is sponsoring an iPhone 14 accessory giveaway.
If you are in the market for a pencil/stylus option for your new iPad, adonit may have just what you need.
The innovative Kensington Universal 3-in-1 Pro Audio Headset Switch allows professionals to use their favorite wired or wireless headset with up to three different devices, eliminating the need for multiple headsets and creating seamless, smooth audio transitions between devices.
gear4’s Sport Band is designed to be a lightweight, breathable watch band. It mimics the style of the Sport Loop by Apple.
Enjoy the lightweight, Y-shaped, bendable, malleable, suction-cup-enabled phone mount from Tenikle. If you can bend it, shape it, and attach at least two suction cups to it, you can likely mount your phone to it. Pair sturdy, reliable suction with a nearly endless level of adjustability.
The 2-Port 4K KVM Switch with HDMI, USB and Audio Connections (KVM Switch, for short) allows users to connect two different computers to several accessories for the purpose of switching easily between systems.
MagStand is a three-in-one device that will allow you to upgrade your phone with MagSafe accessories, charge your device wirelessly, and will add a convenient kickstand.
MagMount alone provided a significant upgrade to hands-free utility. Perfect for Door Dash, navigation, and other hands-free needs, consider picking up the sturdy, reliable, MagSafe car mount from SwitchEasy.
With the MagDoka Disc, you can add a thin magnetic MagSafe compatible ring to any smartphone.
MagPoka Magnetic Wall Mount turns any surface into a MagSafe surface.
The Braided Watch Band is one of the newest products that Gear4 has released along with the Sport Watch Band.
The Jabra PanaCast 20 is a video conference camera that is designed for personal use.
GRID Studio creates unique wall art from pieces of technology.
The main panel provided the product name along the top left in a grey/royal blue font, the RapidX company name along the bottom left in a blue pill-shaped panel, and USB-C 65W Wall charger icons along the top right in royal blue and regular blue bars.
The Kingstar Mobile Phone Cooler has a built-in cooling fan and semiconductor cooling technology to help cool phones down quickly.
The Satechi Pro Hub Max is designed specifically for use with the 2021 MacBook Pro. It has a fully functional USB-C PD port, 4K HDMI output, Gigabit Ethernet, USB-C data, USB-A data, micro/SD card readers, and an audio jack port. Satechi included a space gray or silver finish to match the body colors of the MacBook Pro series laptops.
The DogTag is a simple AirTag holder design to fit onto pet collars. It’s designed as a durable, AirTag enclosure with a silicone cover.
The HoverBar Duo is a hands-free iPad stand that is adjustable to suit your personal needs. The iPad can be elevated to eye level for video calls or it can be lowered to type on easier.
The Microfibre Desk Mat is made from a soft, microfibre lining (German Microfibre – a synthetic fabric that resembles the look and feel of suede leather).
The portable, practical, and posable LN 12 Laptop Stand is the perfect companion for your MacBook or iPad. Enjoy 360-degree rotation, a rigid dual-hinge adjustment swivel, and a robust, sturdy base. Adjust the riser’s height, adjust the riser’s angle, and rotate the device to your need. Enjoy a folded state, typing state, viewing form, and turn your desk into a pseudo stand-up desk with the LN12 fully extended.
The BackPack is designed to help you declutter the desk where your iMac lives. It can hold up to 3.5 pounds and seamlessly attaches to the back of the iMac. The stand can hold anything even portable hard drives and USB-C hubs without issue since it is vented.
Cool tech devices grab our attention every day. These five items under $50 help make your life better. Are you looking for a fun gadget to add to your collection? Or maybe a special gift for someone who enjoys technology? We have spent some time collating some up-and-coming technology products that are $50 or less so that you don’t have to sift through the mountains of information online.
The Portable Magnetic Stand is a premium, foldable, adjustable stand that is designed for MagSafe compatible phones. It’s compatible with iPhone models 13 Pro Max, 13 Pro, 13, 13 mini, 12 Pro Max, 12 Pro, 12, and 12 mini. The magnetic stand holds the phone at a perfect viewing angle so that you never miss a text or other notification. It keeps your iPhone in plain sight.
8 Cool Tech items under $50 that can spruce up your workspace. Technology gadgets are a fun way to spice up your everyday workspace. Sometimes just a simple splash of RGB lights or a cleaner desktop can make all the difference.
Lululook Magnetic iPad Stand is a great way to elevate your tablet off of your desk.
Even though we all make earwax (cerumen), very few seem to know what it is, why we have it, and most importantly, to leave it alone in most cases. Some may have wet wax or dry wax, some produce very little and others, like me, seem to make more than their fair share. Few may know that the ears are self-cleaning, Earbud Cleaning Pen REVIEW
Smartish Crown Joule 3-in-1 Charging Cable 2021 REVIEW. I know my parents and wife are not the only people to struggle to find the unique gift for their tech-loving family members. Once I joined the workforce and started making my own money, I researched items, waited for the right time, and simply bought what I wanted/needed.
This holiday season, as you look for that perfect stocking stuffer, think about the iPad users in your family. Even though Steve Jobs was anti-stylus, devices like those sold. Let the Adonit Dash 4 become more than a simple means to move a cursor. Instead, students can annotate notes,
When Apple CarPlay first arrived, I was super excited. I loved being able to use my phone 100% hands-free, but I started getting frustrated with pulling my iPhone out of my pocket in order to hardwire/plug my phone into my car. It’s a first-world problem, I know, but I have impatiently