Macally's otherwise unremarkable Turtle laptop mouse at least has the good sense to keep its USB cable out of sight, thanks to a retractable cord.
The Targus Versavu Keyboard and Case for the iPad 2 offers excellent protection and solid build, but beware of awkward viewing angles and a keyboard that's compressed too much for our tastes.
Razer brings all the polish to its Tarantula gaming keyboard that it has to mice over the years. The Tarantula is a little more expensive than other keyboards geared toward gamers, but its build quality, customization options, and responsiveness are definitely worth it.
The Microsoft LifeCam VX-5500 is a well designed, affordable Webcam with excellent image quality.
Loupedeck encourages experimentation and can speed up editing, but it's best for people who spend many hours in Lightroom.
The Orochi, Razer's first gaming mouse designed for notebooks, combines a small size and Bluetooth connectivity with a feature set normally seen only on larger gaming mice.
You can't beat the price of Anker's thin keyboard for the iPad Air, but serious typists should invest in a better option.
This pocket-sized Bluetooth device is able to project a keyboard on a flat surface, but it doesn't work well as it should.
For iPhone owners yearning for a physical keyboard reminiscent of their old BlackBerry, this $99 slip-on case could do the trick.
The 360-degree security cam hides in its shell when you want some privacy.
This is an entry-level Webcam that won't win anyone over with its cheap construction and poor image quality, but the price is hard to beat.
The Echo Look provides an objective second opinion on what you should wear. But if fashion's not your bag, opt for one of Amazon's cameraless, cheaper Echo speakers.
All the benefits of physical key switches without the obnoxiously loud noise.
The Deck 82 keyboard's space-saving design, adjustable backlit luminescence, and low price tag make this fully customizable keyboard a win for mechanical keyboard typists.
The Das Keyboard Model S Ultimate Silent is aesthetically minimal and truly designed for typing purists and keyboard snobs who have no need for key labels. If the lack of printed letters isn't enough, the $135 price tag will deter casual users who can find a cheaper input device with extra features elsewhere.
An affordable adapter with more useful features than most of its rivals.
Every year we think Logitech has pushed the cordless laser mouse to the limit of functionality, and we're always proved wrong. The MX Revolution has a few minor issues, but for the most part, this high-end mouse continues Logitech's streak of market leadership and innovative design.
Microsoft takes the Xbox One controller and adds a cable for PC gaming.