Accessories 2012 Tablet Articles

Popular Accessories Articles for 2012

How Do You Get Photos Onto an Apple iPad?

The iPad is great for viewing photos snapped with your digital camera, but the tablet unfortunately has no SD card slot. So how do you get photos from your digital[...]

What Are the Best Amazon Kindle Fire Accessories?

Your Amazon Kindle Fire needs accessories. It needs a screen protector to prevent scratches, a case to protect against drops, speakers to get the most out of Netflix and Amazon[...]

Kingston Wi-Drive: Upgrade Your Tablet’s Storage Capacity

When you travel, do want to carry along lots of video and audio files -- more than there is room for on your tablet? You can, thanks to a[...]

Touchfire Screen-Top iPad Keyboard Review: Makes Touch-typing Easier

The iPad does a lot of things right. Text entry is not one of them thanks to a basic on-screen keyboard. The Touchfire screen-top keyboard could change that with a[...]

ASUS PadFone Hands On: Tablet, Smartphone and Netbook in One

No one can accuse ASUS of being boring. Its PadFone is an everything-and-the-kitchen-sink device that serves as a smartphone, tablet and netbook, complete with stylus that doubles as a phone[...]

BlackBerry Mini Keyboard Review: PC Features for the Enterprise Tablet

For a device marketed as an enterprise tablet built for productivity, it's amazing it has taken RIM a year to unveil the official tablet and Bluetooth keyboard combo in the[...]

Beacon Universal Remote for Android Tablets Review

The Beacon Universal Remote, now available for Android, puts up a gallant effort at ridding the world -- and overly cluttered living rooms -- of unwanted stacks of remote controls.[...]

Kensington Keyfolio Pro 2 and iFrogz Summit iPad Case Reviews

Every time Apple releases a new iPad, the accessory makers follow suit with new cases, folios and accessories. Any iPad owner will tell you a case and screen cover are[...]

Need to Stay Connected While Overseas? tep Wireless Review

Tep Wireless thinks they have a solution with the tep Wi-Fi hotspot.

Pogo Connect Unveiled: World’s First Pressure-Sensitive Bluetooth 4.0 Stylus for the iPad

Ten One Designs has finally unveiled their secret project, now known as the Pogo Connect, which will be the world's first pressure-sensitive Bluetooth 4.0 stylus. The stylus will offer unprecedented[...]

iPad mini Bluetooth Keyboard Case Now Available

A hard cover case that doubles as a keyboard has been introduced for the Apple iPad Mini, giving users the ability to type rather than tap without compromising the small[...]

Adobe Photoshop Touch Gets Support for iPad Mini, Google Nexus 7, Pressure-Sensitive Styli

Adobe Photoshop Touch 1.4 has just launched. The new version of this image editing software has been optimized for smaller tablets, including the iPad Mini and Google Nexus 7.[...]

Microsoft Offers Answers to Peripheral Compatibility Questions for Windows RT

Up until now, Microsoft has lent little help to consumers trying to find out if their mice, keyboards, printers and other peripherals will play nice with Windows 8 RT and[...]

A 64GB microSDXC Card Might Greatly Increase Your Tablet’s Storage Capacity

The Microsoft Surface supports 64GB microSDXC cards, and so do some other tablets. Fortunately, these removable memory cards are becoming more widely available. Get more info from our sister site,[...]