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What are laptop accessories?
- Laptop Chargers & Power Supplies.
- Replacement Keyboards.
- Skin Stickers.
- Screen Protectors.
- Bags & Sleeves. Laptop Sleeves & Slipcases. Laptop Backpacks. Laptop Messenger & Shoulder Bags.
- Laptop Batteries.
- Replacement Screens.
Let’s face it, it’s rare that we go through life with only our laptops or smartphones. Over time, accessories become crucial to our daily routines — and that’s been truer than ever in 2020 when we’ve been forced to rely further on technology in lieu of seeing people face to face. In short, we’re spending a ton of time with our devices, so might as well make the experience as comfy as possible. Here, we’ve gathered a list of 14 computer and phone accessories that will make anyone’s lives easier, be they power users or the tech challenged.
ViewSonic VX3276-2K-MHD monitor
A good monitor can make all the difference in your home-office setup. Even if you don’t anticipate working from home all day, every day in the future, more screen space can make it easier to be productive — not to mention help reduce eye strain. ViewSonic’s VX-series includes four solid options, and we’re particularly fond of the 32-inch 1440p frameless model. The monitor itself is pretty slim and its nearly edge-to-edge panel makes it look especially sleek. We like the 1440p resolution because it provides a noticeable step-up from 1080p and will be better for anyone who does even occasional creative work. (If you absolutely need 4K, the same monitor is available with that resolution in 27-inch and 32-inch sizes.) It also has HDMI, DisplayPort and Mini DisplayPort inputs, so PC and Mac users will be able to hook it up and get to work immediately.
Logitech K480 multi-device keyboard
Drafting an email using only your tablet’s keyboard isn’t the most comfortable experience. A Bluetooth keyboard can make typing on a tablet (or even a smartphone) less of a headache. Logitech’s K480 multi-device keyboard is an oldie but a goodie — not only does it work across Windows, macOS, iOS and Android, but it can connect to up to three devices at once and you can use its small dial to switch between them seamlessly. But many will find the built-in cradle indispensable because it can hold tablets and smartphones of various sizes, propping them up at an optimal viewing angle for typing. If you already have a case or stand for your mobile devices, you can opt for the equally stellar Logitech K380 keyboard, and for those that need a number pad, the Logitech K780 is a good option (and it doesn’t forgo the cradle either).
Logitech MX Anywhere 3 mouse
The new MX Anywhere 3 mouse combines the best things about the full-sized MX Master 3 with the portable design of the MX Anywhere 2s. Logitech made a smaller version of the metal MagSpeed wheel and stuck it inside the Anywhere 3, allowing for faster, smoother scrolling. It also supports side-scrolling and adjustable scroll force, which you can change using the Logitech Options software. Also included in the software hub are new app-specific presets for Zoom and Microsoft Teams that let you turn off your camera or mute your mic while on a conference call.
But what really makes the Anywhere 3 stand out is its compact design, making it small enough to throw into a backpack. The Anywhere 3 also tracks on any surface including glass so you can literally use it wherever you are. We also like that it supports most major operating systems (including Chrome OS and Linux) and that it has USB-C charging.
Incase Bionic Commuter backpack
The search for the perfect backpack is never-ending, but Incase’s recent collaboration with Bionic produced a solid contender. This bag is made with Bionic yarn, a durable material forged from recycled coastal plastic. Each backpack is made from roughly 26 plastic bottles, making it an excellent choice for those who want to buy more recycled goods but also want those pieces to be sturdy and stylish.
The material feels smooth to the touch and durable without being too heavy. Like other Incase backpacks, it also has a minimalist silhouette that’s at once functional and stylish. Its wide main pocket has a sleeve that can hold up to a 16-inch MacBook Pro in addition to multiple organization pockets for accessories, notebooks, pens and more. I also personally never buy a backpack without a water bottle holder, and the Commuter backpack has one that magnetically folds against the side of the bag when you’re not using it.