Accessories

The Brydge keyboard to make your iPad Pro a MacBook is shipping

The Brydge keyboard to make your iPad Pro a MacBook is shipping

With iOS 13 promising to make the iPad Pro even more flexible as a laptop replacement, the arrival of the Brydge Pro keyboards for the tablets probably couldn't have come at a better time. Announced late last year, the keyboard accessories are finally up for order, if you can't do without MacBook-style input for your 11- or 12.9-inch slate.

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HORI’s Nintendo Switch Grip Controller is coming to the US

HORI’s Nintendo Switch Grip Controller is coming to the US

In general, the Nintendo Switch's Joy-Con controllers are pretty solid devices, especially since they don't add a lot of extra bulk when you attach them to the sides of the console. When you're playing an action-heavy game in handheld mode, though - say Super Smash Bros. Ultimate - they can leave a lot to be desired. That's where HORI, purveyor of licensed Switch accessories, and its new Grip Controller come in.

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These JLab AirPods-rivals pack a hefty 70 hours of battery

These JLab AirPods-rivals pack a hefty 70 hours of battery

Completely wireless earbuds like Apple AirPods and Beats Powerbeats Pro are all well and good, but what if you need more than the average battery life? JLab Audio believes it has the answer, with the new Epic Air Sport promising a total of 70 hours of playtime - enough to get you from San Francisco to London seven times over.

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Roborock S6 Review: One-button simplicity

Roborock S6 Review: One-button simplicity

Over the past several weeks we've been using the Roborock S6, a robot vacuum made to take on the biggest names in the industry. Roborock does not have the name recognition of the Ecovacs, the Neato, or iRobot's Roomba, but it's a robot. It doesn't know how popular it is - all it need to know is where to go to clean. With LDS Navigation and suction power equal to that of a Neato Botvac D7 Connected, this machine is ready to pick up all your dust immediately.

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Three Logitech G mice get HERO 16K upgrades today

Three Logitech G mice get HERO 16K upgrades today

For a few years now, Logitech G has been releasing a series of high-end, wireless gaming mice that usually share three similarities: most of them use Powerplay charging, Lightspeed wireless tech, and almost all of them sport the company's HERO (High Efficiency Rated Optical) sensor. Powerplay and Lightspeed have mostly stayed unchanged from mouse to mouse, but last year, Logitech replaced the original HERO sensor with the HERO 16K.

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Razer Respawn is another April Fool’s Joke made real

Razer Respawn is another April Fool’s Joke made real

This week the folks at Razer made good on another April Fool's Day joke gone viral. They originally supposed that a gaming company making products outside the peripheral/accessory realm was laughable - but given the products they've announced over the past several weeks, it would seem they've been proven wrong. The first of the products in this realm is the energy drink called Respawn.

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Xbox Elite Controller Series 2 packs Bluetooth and is super-customizable

Xbox Elite Controller Series 2 packs Bluetooth and is super-customizable

There's a new Xbox Elite controller in town, and if you take your gaming seriously - on Xbox or PC - then you should be paying attention. The new Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 made its official debut at Microsoft's E3 2019 keynote today, billed as "the world's most advanced controller" and with the hardware specs to back that big claim up.

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Razer Kraken X revealed, surround sound spread to 2019 headsets

Razer Kraken X revealed, surround sound spread to 2019 headsets

The Razer Kraken X headset was revealed this morning alongside word that 7.1 surround sound would come standard with all 2019 Razer headsets. The Razer Kraken X headset is easily the most easily-accessible headset (or set of headphones, if you prefer to call them such) in the Razer headphones collection. These headphones will be released later today for the first time.

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Target recalls 90,000 Lightning cables over fire and shock risk

Target recalls 90,000 Lightning cables over fire and shock risk

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has disclosed a new product recall involving one type of Heyday-branded Lightning cables that was sold by retailer Target. Around 90,000 of these cables are covered by the recall, which cites reports of sparking, fires, heating, and smoking from more than a dozen cable owners. Not all Heyday Lightning cables are covered by the recall, however.

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Surface Pro Pride Type Cover marks Stonewall’s 50th anniversary

Surface Pro Pride Type Cover marks Stonewall’s 50th anniversary

Technology is and should be inclusive and, today, the companies that make them are proud to proclaim their inclusivity as well (whether they actually are or not is a different question). Every year, these companies find ways to show their support not just for their own employees but also for the LGBTQI+ community at large. This year, to celebrate "Stonewall 50", Microsoft is encouraging supporters to show their pride with a special edition Surface Type Cover that literally shows their pride.

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mophie 2019 powerstation universal batteries fully embrace USB-C

mophie 2019 powerstation universal batteries fully embrace USB-C

Once considered a mark of desperation, external batteries or power banks have become a fact of mobile life. They now come in all capacities and sizes but not all of them offer the same capabilities or support all charging cases. With its new line of powerstation "universal battery" packs, mophie is providing a USB-C port that can charge the battery itself as well as other devices.

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Logitech’s newest accessory is a weird VR stylus

Logitech’s newest accessory is a weird VR stylus

With a new generation of VR headsets seemingly upon us, Logitech has decided to launch a rather interesting accessory for virtual reality: a stylus. Dubbed the VR Ink Pilot Edition, this stylus will allow users write or create either on a 2D surface or in 3D at room scale. The idea, it seems, is to give end users a degree of precision when working in VR that they otherwise may not have.

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