Apple's slim, light, wireless Magic Keyboard gets a makeover, bringing back the number pad previously found in the old wired version. But it also costs more, so the standard Magic Keyboard may be better for you.
HyperX has made a name for itself with quality, no-frills hardware. So what's their first RGB backlit keyboard like?
The next step for HyperX's Alloy keyboards is getting that tiny footprint even smaller.
The company's latest flagship mouse can control up to three computers at the same time and even take a keyboard along for the ride.
The Lofree keyboard has an adorable retro design that looks and sounds like a typewriter.
Wacom's latest Intuos Pro pressure-sensitive pen tablets are better than ever, and if you like to start analog, the Paper edition adds neat capabilities.
The BlackWidow Chroma V2 is pretty much everything you want out of your gaming keyboard. But there are most cost effective options if you're not ensconced in the Razer ecosystem.
Griffin adds four accessories to its BreakSafe line, all of which can easily detach via magnets.
The first cloud-connected keyboard is aimed mainly at gamers.
Alexa's built into the Hubble Hugo, as is emotional intelligence.
There are three new keyboards from HyperX at CES, and colour is the name of the game.
This tiny wireless keyboard aims to solve a big problem with living room computers.
Using a state-of the art sensor, Razer has given the most popular gaming mouse in the world an enviable face-lift.
The Razer Ornata uses "mecha-membrane" switches under the keys -- but how do they stack up against fully mechanical gaming keyboards?
An affordable adapter with more useful features than most of its rivals.
Far from perfect, this is nonetheless an essential accessory for any new MacBook owner.
A pricey but useful adapter for anyone who wants to use a MacBook but see the results on a much bigger screen.
The Nonda USB-C to USB 3.0 Mini Adapter is the cheapest way to connect your iPhone or iPad to your new MacBook and is totally worth its $10 price.