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The Week in iOS Accessories: Stop. Look. Listen.

Stop. Look. Listen. This week's roundup of iOS accessories allows you to do all those things and more. Here are some of the accessories that have popped up on our radar recently.

Reviewed: Five iPad accessories for your lap

One of the most popular places to use the iPad is on your lap. We took a look at a number of accessories aimed at making this lap time more comfortable for both you and your iPad.

Review: Six desktop iPad stands

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Perhaps more than any other Apple i-device, the iPad cries out for some sort of stand. Whether you're viewing video and photos hands-free, typing the next great American novella, or just keeping your iPad secure when charging and syncing, a stand is a useful add-on. We've added to our collection of stand reviews by taking a look at the Bweasel, the Fellowes Study Stand, Joby's GorillaMobile Ori, Rain Design's iRest, Tango's Vue-console, and Ultra Impact's iPad Stand.

The Week in iPad 2 Accessories: Gear for typing and viewing

The iPad 2 is off to another blazing start for Apple, which means the trickle of accessories for the new device should soon grow to a steady river. Here are some of the week's newly announced add-ons for gussying up Apple's latest tablet.

Henge Docks Docking Station for MacBook & MacBook Pro

Got a MacBook but miss the big screen, small footprint, and cable organization of an iMac? Henge Docks' laptop Docking Station can get you there with style and sturdiness...and a few screws.

Expo Notes: A look back at the 2011 show

With the 2011 Macworld show in the history books, Dan Frakes takes a look at what the show offered (and what it didn't), and what it means for the future of the Expo.

Twelve South announces Book Arc stand for MacBook Air

Looking for somewhere to stow your MacBook Air while you're working at your desktop? Twelve South's new Book Arc stand for Apple's ultralight notebook might be just the thing.

Twelve South Compass Mobile Stand for iPad

If its seven ounces of weight are an acceptable addition to your travel bag, the Compass is an outstanding stand. It can hold your iPad in landscape, portrait, or typing orientation; it's rock-solid; it folds up small enough to fit in the pen organizer of many bags; and it looks great.

Review: 3 more iPad stands

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Whether you're viewing video and photos hands-free, typing the next great American novella, or just keeping your iPad secure when charging and syncing, an iPad stand is a useful add-on. We've got reviews of three new iPad stands this week: Griffin's Loop, Thought Out's Stabile, and LapWorks' Recliner.

LapWorks iPad Recliner

The Recliner provides a very sturdy base for an iPad when watching video or using an external keyboard, and it offers a wide range of angles. But it's bulky and a bit clunky to use, and it isn't as versatile or attractive as a number of other products in the same price range.