Saturday, July 15, 2017

Five Great Inexpensive Laptop Accessories

1. AmazonBasics Laptop Sleeve
This is a great basic laptop sleeve that offers protection from things like scratches and dings when you're carrying your laptop. It's nice and compact so your laptop should still fit into any normal laptop slot while still being protective since its made out of neoprene.

2. Logitech Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo
There many times when it's easier to have a full keyboard and a wireless mouse. There are plenty of programs that are not compatible or have limited compatibility for trackpads and offer a big productivity boost when using a mouse. This option is inexpensive so its worth having even if you won't use it every day.

3. AmazonBasics HDMI Cable
Its nice to have an HDMI cable for presentions and possibly any other adapters you may need. AmazonBasics offers a lot of essential cables that work well but are at a fraction of the price of name brand cables. With HDMI cables there are only a few rare cases that it's actually worth spending more since you will see no difference in picture quality by spending more money.

4. Lexar JumpDrive
Even though I use these much less than I used to since I save most files in the cloud there are still many cases where it is much more convenient to save your files to a flash drive. Personally, I like the compact size and the cheap price of these Lexar ones, but there are many other options available that work just as well. Its worth even having one to back up your most important files and storing it our of your home in case of a fire.

5. Mixcder Bluetooth Headphones
I have written a review about these previously. You won't find a better pair of Bluetooth headphones at this price anywhere. They even have a ShareMe feature allowing you to connect a second pair. If you would like to read a full review check out this post.

These days you don't have to spend a fortune to get great everyday tech products. Many times you won't even be able to tell the difference if you spend 4 times as much. Its certainly worthwhile checking these out. If you would like to see what laptop I am using check out my previous post Review of Dell Inpsiron 13 7000 Series.

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