Arg! Curse the tops of laptops everywhere for being so useless. And bless the DrawTop for transforming that useless metallic canvas into a highly functional whiteboard. The possibilities, as they say, are endless.
Never have I got so excited about blobs of silicone before. These pebbles can be used as phone cradles, stuck under laptops for added height, or even be glued to car dashboards for comfortable smartphone resting.
I can visualize several uses for this laptop tripod stand from Thanko: bedside movie watching; displaying online sheet music for trombonists; PC/camera tethering. Or, my ideal usage—watching Entourage episodes while in the bathtub.
Men! Do you smell so bad that even your laptop has started stinking? Desperate times call for desperate measures, which means you might just have to consider this USB scent flower.
If you use your laptop on the couch, or in bed, laptop-desks stop it sliding around, or warming up your nether region. And while we like Logitech's Comfort Lapdesk, the new N315 adds a mouse-rest—pretty good for $30.
Belkin has unveiled several solutions that'll help keep laptop people like me from burning our tender flesh. Come this October, the bunch of us that adamantly refuse to work from an actual desk can choose between the $64.99 CushTop Hideaway, which doubles as a laptop storage case, or the $39.99 Laptop Cooling Lounge,…
Check out the Floater by Balmuda Design, a stand for your MacBook Pro that lets you close up that laptop, holding it up on vertical display for all to see. Connect your keyboard, screen and mouse for the perfect desktop replacement. Carved out of a solid block of aluminum, it matches the MacBook Pro and even helps to…
Lapstyle calls these "the all new, never seen before" laptop covers, and there's a good reason why they've never been seen before: they are the stupidest accessory ever. The last thing a laptop needs is a cover that makes it retain heat.
The Saitek Notebook Optical Mouse borrows a styling cue or two from Apple's single-button clear mouse from a couple of generations ago, but now it's updated with an 800dpi optical sensor, a rubberized scroll wheel, and of course, more than one button.