One of the best-selling products of Apple is its iPad series. From the iPad Pro to the iPad mini, each one is designed for your enjoyment and convenience. If you happen to own an iPad, you know that one way of elevating the experience is by having an iPad stand. Here are the best iPad […]
I’m becoming increasingly convinced that as mobile users move away from laptops in favor of iPads, keyboards are going to be the most indispensable tablet accessory. So Apple Gazette is taking a look at a wide variety of iPad-compatible keyboards — wireless, compact, Bluetooth-enabled — so you can pick the one that’s right for you.
Kubxlab wants to put some elegance and style into your iPad accessories. Their first product, “mOna,” is an eye-catching, minimalistic stand that’s guaranteed to be unlike anything your friends use.
Meet the Padintosh. It decks out your iPad 2 or 3 with retro Apple style, giving it the appearance of an original Macintosh.
Looking for a high-end iPad bag? Look no further. “The Indy,” by WaterField Designs, might just be the best of the best.
We’ve talked a lot lately about the Hand Stylus, which aims to be the world’s first fine-tip stylus. Does it live up to the hype? It’s time to put the Hand through its paces and find out.
I’ve reviewed many a stylus, but have yet to find that perfect, magical accessory that perfectly mimics a pen or pencil. That’s because no one has cracked the stylus user holy grail: a fine-point tip. But an already-successful Kickstarter project could be the answer to my (and your) prayers.
Boy oh boy, is Kickstarter becoming the go-to place for the most innovative Apple accessories. A few weeks ago, I told you about the Pebble e-ink watch. Just this week, I reviewed the Cosmonaut stylus. Today, I’m going to tell you about a smart new iPad cover with a keyboard that transforms your iPad into […]
It’s probably the oddest stylus you’ve ever seen. At first glance, it seems to be a big, black crayon. In reality, the Cosmonaut is the stylus, reborn. Re-imagined from the ground up, it’s an effort to throw out all the rules and create something a whole lot smarter.
Despite Steve Jobs’ wishes for finger-only input devices, there are a number of tasks on your iPad or iPhone that are made considerably simpler with the use of a stylus.Â I’ve been using Targus’ acclaimed Stylus for iPad extensively (and almost exclusively) for the last week, and the verdict is positive.