Laptop Accessories

by Rebecca Melville ·Posted
Fall is nearly upon us, which means many recent high school grads will soon be heading off to college. To help incoming freshmen thrive during their first year on campus, we’ve put together a list of useful computer tech we think will benefit them in and outside of the classroom. Essential: Laptop A good, reliable laptop is arguably the most important piece of computer gear a student can bring with them to college. Regardless of their field of study, students need a laptop that offers solid battery life and enough processing power to tackle
by Carroll Moore ·Posted
Multiply screen space on the go with the Mobile Pixels TRIO. Sporting a 12.5" LCD panel, this portable monitor features Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution and conveniently attaches to the lid of your laptop. Slide the screen out from behind your laptop to take advantage of more screen space. Need even more space? Pick up the Mobile
by Jill Waterman ·Posted
If you frequently work with a laptop, you have likely already realized how difficult it can be to work comfortably for long stretches of time. If you’re not craning your neck to view the smaller screen, you might be scrunched up on your couch with your knees propped to support your laptop, both of which will cause undue strain on your body in the long run. This is where supportive accessories like stands and risers come in handy. Whether you are using a laptop, a notebook, or a tablet, there are great options to make working more comfortable,
by Jason T ·Posted
Although the season might look a bit different this year, due to the pandemic, students are returning to classrooms, nonetheless. The beginning of the school year is a time when many students are in the market for a new laptop, and if you’re interested in using your new computer to compose, produce, record, or mix music, there are some things you should keep in mind while shopping. Ten years ago, only the highest-end laptops were powerful enough to take on the task of real-time audio processing, and even still, they paled in comparison to the
by Max Waldroop ·Posted
Get a laptop typing experience with your Microsoft Surface Pro 3 or 4, with the Brydge 12.3 Bluetooth Keyboard. Made from solid aluminum, this keyboard firmly holds your Surface Pro in its rotating hinge and provides a sturdy typing surface, enabling you to use it on your lap and on tables. Easily connecting via Bluetooth 3.0, the keys are backlit for typing in dark environments, and the built-in battery lasts for up to three