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.
If you live in an area with poor Verizon Wireless coverage and have a home broadband network, the Verizon Wireless Network Extender will work to improve your signal strength.
Forget the aux cord -- this Logitech Bluetooth Music Receiver is the easiest way to stream audio from your smartphone or laptop.
Apple's utilitarian battery case for the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR offers a key battery boost and isn't annoying to use. We'll see if any other battery case ends up doing better.
With a wave of your hand, the Logi ZeroTouch smartphone car mounts and app activate truly hands-free, voice-commanded control.
Oticon's Epoq hearing aids and Epoq Streamer offers an elegant way for those with hearing impairments to utilise mobiles, MP3 players and all sorts of audio devices.
If you're looking for a top-of-the-line iPod dock that not only supports iPads but looks and sounds amazing, Bang and Olufsen's BeoSound 8 is what you should get.
The Bose mobile in-ear headset is a fantastic pair of headphones for people who love music, and for those who just have to sit close to them on the bus.
The asking price for the Plantronics Pulsar 590A Ultimate Stereo Bluetooth Headset will be a sticking point for many consumers, but in terms of getting value for money they're hard to overlook. They sound great, work well with bluetooth mobile phones and have excellent battery life.
The battery is huge and it serves its purpose well, and we love the option to use solar power, but we're disappointed with the flimsy iPhone adapter. For $150, we expect top-notch accessories.
New Sound BlasterAxx range aims to push Creative away from the PC and onto a mobile audience, with Bluetooth connectivity and voice communication.
We praise the innovation behind this concept, but we can't recommend the product itself. Though it costs the same as a netbook, the Moto LapDock doesn't deliver even a fraction of the functionality.
The Powermat looks great and works as advertised, but it's a bit too expensive to appeal to more than the super rich or those with a morbid fear of wires.
Jabra's business-centric Bluetooth headset might be pitched at the boardroom, but it made us feel like we were stuck in a call centre.
Those who need both softphone and smartphone connectivity out of their Bluetooth headsets will be well served by Jabra's combination Go 660 set.
The smartLav is an inexpensive and highly portable solution for recording broadcast-quality audio using a smartphone.
The Plantronics Explorer 230 will make a tempting proposition in stores. It looks like the others but for half the price. Buyers beware: you get exactly what you pay for.
The Bracketron Mi-T Grip is (both metaphorically and literally) a solid smartphone mount for users who prefer dashboard placement.