Don't-Miss Accessory Stories
If you’re looking for a light, featured-rich pack that you can take to work and then unload and take to the woods, the Osprey Flare is a great option.
Crumpler's Moderate Embarrassment is a fun and protective messenger-style laptop bag.
Fossil’s Lizette Messenger is a nice hybrid between fashion-forward and real-world-useful, offering a surprising amount of space for your gadgets without awkwardly bulking up your bag. Unfortunately, the Lizette's strap leaves something to be desired for long commutes.
Booq designed a bag exclusively for Apple, and it has a custom pocket configuration with spots for an iPad and even an Apple Wireless Keyboard. We had to get our hands on one.
StarTech’s 2 Port USB DisplayPort KVM Switch definitely isn’t cheap, but it’s worth it for professionals who need a flawless solution for connecting two computers to a high-end monitor without constantly switching cables.
Handheld device helps you be prepared when visiting your local car mechanic.
The Netcase is a solid choice for anyone looking for additional laptop protection without the extra bulk or weight. The weatherproof design looks and feels durable, while the styling is business-like and neutral.
The Skin cover isn't the most protective or attractive of laptop bags on the market, but it does feel solid despite the light and compact design.
Laptop sleeve adds just the right amount of bling for your 15-inch MacBook Pro
The first foray into headphones by Bowers & Wilkins (B&W) is an impressive one. Few truly portable headphones offer the sound quality, build quality, comfort, and features of the P5. Those with big heads, though, should try before they buy.
Sleek and stylish, the Lincoln is a practical laptop bag for everyday use.
Although it works for listening to music wirelessly, the Jaybird Freedom Bluetooth JB-200 provides tinny sound and an awkward design.
The Jaybird Sportsband Bluetooth SB1 is comfortable and tight enough not to slip off your ears no matter how strenuous your workout.