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The Azio Retro Classic brings the elegance of vintage typewriters to a comfortable luxury, backlit mechanical keyboard that works with Mac or PC layouts.
UHS-II speed doesn't have to come at a premium price.
New MacBook Pros don't have a SD card slot anymore. You'll need an adapter compatible with USB-C.
If you need to carry a USB-C adapter for HDMI output, Nonda’s foldable one is the best.
Portable Bluetooth remote allows drivers to answer calls, listen to text messages, control music playback, take pictures and more, all without ever touching your iPhone.
A compact charger from Cable Matters can power and recharge a MacBook or MacBook Pro and mobile devices, too.
We found some of the best laptop bags for every situation, whether you're commuting everyday to work, traveling abroad, or want to charge your devices on the go.
A long-awaited new category of USB battery packs can deliver 30 watts of power, allowing fast charging.
It works perfectly, but it’s just a bit slower than its closest competitor.
A high-capacity battery with USB Power Delivery 2.0 can charge at 30W while you're using a MacBook or MacBook Pro.
As far as SD card readers go, the SanDisk is pricey, but it’s fast, fast, fast.
Though it only supports UHS-I SD cards, the Cable Matter reader is a good bargain.
This adapter handles different memory cards with good speeds in a single package.
A hub like the HooToo Shuttle may be the only one you need for your MacBook or MacBook Pro.
The Satechi works with both SD and microSD cards and won't take up much space in your bag.