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ZAGG has just taken the wraps off a pair of Bluetooth keyboards for the Apple iPad mini. Unlike many of their rivals, the ZAGGkeys Cover and ZAGGkeys Folio will allow users to control the angle at which the tablet is held.
An upcoming version of Android will support Bluetooth Smart Ready, allowing tablets and smartphones running Google's operating system to use virtually all Bluetooth accessories, including the next generation of ultra power-efficient ones.
Square Stand will give small businesses, as well as larger businesses, an easy alternative to standard cash register systems. Get more details from TechnologyGuide.
Slingbox promises to deliver "your TV, anywhere" including iPad and Android tablets. TechnologyGuide says it delivers on that lofty claim.
Bekin has a keyboard case that literally turns Apple's tablet into a laptop. Is this accessory right for your iPad? Read this review to find out.
Because the Microsoft Surface Pro does not include the right drivers, the stylus that comes with on this tablet lacks pressure sensitivity when using Photoshop. The necessary software is now in beta.
Looking for a small and light alternative for a mouse? You should try the Genius Ring Mouse 2.
One of the biggest drawbacks of the Apple iPad is its lack of a memory card slot or a USB slot. The Kingston MobileLife Wireless is a new accessory that lets these tablets access the contents of a range of removable memory types. Video Demo Available
Those who want to become much more productive with their Apple iPad mini should consider an external keyboard like the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard mini.
How about a portable 802.11n access point/router you can hold in your hand? NotebookReview has a review.
Logitech already offers a range of keyboard cases for Apple's tablets, but the goal of the newly-announced Keyboard Folio is to include not just a physical keyboard, but also make the iPad less likely to breakage. Video
When you want to do something graphically intensive on your iPad, Android, or Windows tablet, you need a stylus. Here's some tips on getting the right one.
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