The Moto GamePad brings full game controls to the Moto Z with one magnetic snap.
The SkyBell HD Wi-Fi Video Doorbell's 1080p resolution and array of third-party integrations set it apart from the pack, including August's impressive Doorbell Cam.
What's different, will it work with last year's iPad Pro and what's the deal with all those magnets?
With its ability to toggle between nearly any smartphone, tablet and most computers, Logitech's smooth-operating and affordable K380 is one of the best multidevice wireless keyboards you can buy.
Forget the aux cord -- this Logitech Bluetooth Music Receiver is the easiest way to stream audio from your smartphone or laptop.
The GoGroove BlueGate is a good option if you want to add Bluetooth audio streaming to a car or home audio system, but portable-headphone users will want to look for a more flexible unit.
For cars with an auxiliary input but no native Bluetooth, the GoGroove SmartMini Aux is an effective means of adding both hands-free call capability and audio streaming from a smartphone.
RIM's BlackBerry Music Gateway makes it dead simple to enjoy smartphone audio in the living room.
Because of its accidental-damage coverage plan, the Cellhelmet iPhone case has a steep price. But if you prefer peace of mind from damage over price and aesthetics, it's worth considering.
The Timbuk2 Hacker is pricey for a nylon bag, but its waterproofing and convertible backpack straps are extras you don't see on everyday bags.
Most MacBooks are fine as-is, but if you feel the need to add a shell for protection or customization, the Vaja Leather Suit is a high-quality example, with a high price to match.
It's not cheap, but the Tech21 Impact Band provides solid protection for your iPhone while showing a welcome bit of innovation.
The Coda One really shines for people who prefer traditional phone ergonomics over a smartphone and performs reasonably well as a wireless speaker phone, but it does not quite make it as a portable music player.
Control your home with a Ring: take a look at another take on finger tech.
Sonostar shows off a sleek new smartwatch, or at least a prototype of one, at CTIA 2013. To be sold for $179, the gadget connects to Android smartphones to display alerts on its curved e-ink screen.
Adobe Ink is a very nice stylus, though $200 is a heavy burden to lay on the entire package's slight shoulders, and the apps are solid if not spectacular.
At CES 2013, Wilson Electronics finally adds a cell phone signal booster that supports LTE from all major U.S. carriers.
If you want wireless charging bad for your Galaxy S4, $90 worth of pad and charging cover are now yours for the buying.