Tablets are hot items on the market, so it’s no surprise that companies are rolling out several accessories to help make your tablet experience even better. Here are some of the best tablet accessories that are on the market right now.
Do you need to add a little bling to your tablet, or are you in search of the perfect add-on to help you get the most out of your tablet experience? Check out some of these accessories for your tablet.
i Clean Eyeball
Ever have fine lint or dust you just can’t get off your tablet? The i Clean Eyeball will solve that problem. The microfiber fabric picks up fine particles, including pet hair and dust. The ball forms to any shape, making it perfect for getting at those hard-to-reach corners on the tablet (Casabella, $8).
Ever have a phone and tablet that needed to be charged at the same time but not enough power cords to charge them? The Jackery Giant+ allows you to charge two devices at once, offering dual output ports and a fast charging time (Amazon, $70).
Universal Tablet Cradle
This accessory allows you to position your tablet within your own digital workflow on your home or office desk. The Universal Tablet Cradle‘s fluid arm allows you to effortlessly move and hold the tablet in the perfect viewing position for either work or play (Ergotron, $39).
Customized Kindle covers
If you know someone who owns a Kindle, these personalized Kindle covers are the perfect accessories. Upload any image from your own photo library, select a design exclusively made for Amazon Origami covers or choose from Amazon’s vast library of images, logos, designs and patterns (Amazon, $15 and up).
Ever get caught with a dead tablet battery? This power station will ensure that never happens again. Known as the juice-pack powerstation, this power source is a small, portable external battery that can fit in a purse or clutch and is great for charging up during times when accessing a power outlet is not an option (Mophie, $80).
The ZAGGkeys Folio for iPad Air is an ultrathin Bluetooth keyboard that features a pivoting hinge that allows users to place the iPad Air at virtually any viewing angle, just like a laptop screen. Backlit keys support typing in low-light areas, and a powerful battery keeps the tablet running for up to three months of use between charges (ZAGG, $100).
Bad Elf GPS
Campers, sailors and other explorers will appreciate this GPS that works for Wi-Fi-only devices in areas without Wi-Fi. Your loved one may be a traveler, but he’ll never be out of touch with the world with this device (Bad Elf, $130).
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