Mechanical keyboards are the new hotness for gamers, but are they worth $199?
This portable Bluetooth keyboard includes a switch to work with three different mobile operating systems.
While local storage fans will like Oplink's "Cloud-free" approach, its comparatively low-resolution cameras and high monthly fees make it tough to recommend.
The Logitech M320's featherweight design, double-wide scroll wheel and supremely smooth optical sensor make it a worthy -- and ultra-affordable -- travel mouse.
The FI9826P's unnecessarily tedious setup process, old-school Web interface and lack of push notifications seriously stunt this otherwise impressive Wi-Fi camera.
The Logitech Bluetooth keyboard case for the Tab S 10.5 is a compact way to add an extra level of protection to your slate, but the build quality of the keyboard is too cheap to justify its $100/£90 starting price.
The Quirky Pickup power combines a surge protector and portable battery simply for the sake of offering something new. Nothing is added by the combination to justify the premium that you'll pay for it.
For sheer typing responsiveness, the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover for iPad Air is still a pro. But, even with its new tilt-angle design, it's no longer quite as unique as it used to be.
Logitech's Living-Room Keyboard K830
Alexa's built into the Hubble Hugo, as is emotional intelligence.
The Razer Ornata uses "mecha-membrane" switches under the keys -- but how do they stack up against fully mechanical gaming keyboards?
The most unwieldy thing about the wonderfully minimalist HyperX Alloy FPS Mechanical Keyboard is the name.
The Logitech Create might be the best way to get productive on a 9.7-inch iPad Pro, but only consider this case if you're ready to use your iPad in laptop mode most of the time.
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.
Logitech's unique Fold-Up Keyboard for iPad 2 seems perfect for an executive desk, turning an iPad into a miniworkstation with eye-opening elegance. It's a shame the keyboard doesn't work as magnificently.
At $125, the Razer BlackWidow Ultimate is a competitively priced mechanical gaming keyboard in its range. We just wish Razer had done more to set this "Ultimate" edition apart from Razer's more affordable standard BlackWidow.
Thanks to its sharp design, it's easy to imagine this keyboard in the living room or in any high-visibility area. We only wish its touch-sensitive features were more responsive, which especially stings considering the price. If you're willing to accept a $200 keyboard with a few minor flaws, we recommend it.
Pricey input devices often feel more like luxuries than necessities. Logitech's new Cordless Desktop MX3200 Laser set not only has public safety in mind, with its cleanliness-inducing surface treatment, it also looks great and is loaded with features. Not all of them are useful, but none are offensive. Recommended for high-traffic PCs.