Griffin adds four accessories to its BreakSafe line, all of which can easily detach via magnets.
Fashionable and functional, the Stowaway keyboard is the perfect accessory for those who want to do more with their PDA.
The full-sized keys and flexible hinge are both nice touches, but the Typo for iPad Air doesn't deliver as much as its price tag demands.
The wireless Dropcam HD Wi-Fi is an excellent choice for anyone seeking a light-duty Web-enabled remote security camera that emphasizes quick and easy setup.
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.
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.
For iPhone owners yearning for a physical keyboard reminiscent of their old BlackBerry, this $99 slip-on case could do the trick.
The Microsoft LifeCam VX-5500 is a well designed, affordable Webcam with excellent image quality.
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.
Loupedeck encourages experimentation and can speed up editing, but it's best for people who spend many hours in Lightroom.
The second version of Brydge's keyboard makes for an impressive accessory to the iPad Air series. If you're none too impressed with plastic alternatives, look no further.
Microsoft takes the Xbox One controller and adds a cable for PC gaming.
Clever augmented-reality tricks turn drawings or puzzle pieces into games on your iPad's screen. We tried it out for ourselves.
It's not as fancy as any of the higher-end multimedia input devices from Logitech or Microsoft, but we found the straightforward features of Trust's DS-3250 Optical Wireless Multimedia worthwhile and easy to use. And at less than $70, its price is right, too.
This tiny wireless keyboard aims to solve a big problem with living room computers.
There are three new keyboards from HyperX at CES, and colour is the name of the game.