Want the ultimate protection for the iPad Air 2 with one of the best typing experiences around? The Blok Keyboard Case is hard to beat.
A beefy internal battery and a USB adapter lets you top off other gadgets while still using the KeyFolio Thin X3 as an iPad keyboard.
There, we said it. Good job, Microsoft.
Glass Planner takes a different approach to help you get things done.
This keyboard case is designed to work with different tablets, which makes it less than ideal for the iPad.
Need to convert a paper document into a digital format? Here are a few solutions that work well.
The Folio is a good way to shield your iPad Air 2 from dings and scratches, plus it offers a backlit keyboard.
With real-time game updates from amateur leagues, GameChanger helps players track their progress—and allows parents to follow along when they miss their kid's game.
Wireless drives from Seagate and Kingston face off against Lightning-connected drives from SanDisk and Leef.
The case and keyboard both work fine, so the verdict hinges on...well, the hinge.
Whether you need to send a fax, receive a fax, or even have your own fax number, your iPhone and iPad is the only machine you need.
Put your John Hancock on that PDF.
Adonit's first app lets you sketch, iterate, outline, mind-map, and then step back and see the big picture, just like a wall or a whiteboard.
Do Notes, Do Camera, and Do Button offer one-tap access to your favorite IFTTT recipes.
Take advantage of Office's hidden powers to get some serious work done on your iPad.