Everyone today uses technology. From gamers, software developers, vloggers and even those of us who simply love listening to music as we work, and we need accessories to enhance our experience with the technology. There are accessories to cover all these consumers of various information technology, from speakers to portable touchpads to wireless mouse. Everyone is covered.
Seagate Backup Plus slim External hard drive
For only 69$, you can get up to 5Tb of storage, with a high-speed 3.0 USB connection. The package includes a backup software and a two-year 200GB subscription to Microsoft OneDrive online storage. This product delivers the highest capacity for any portable drive technology. Despite lacking a security feature against unauthorized access, it delivers the best deal for any portable drive around.
Bose Soundwear companion
This wearable speaker sits comfortably on your shoulder. It is flexible and form-fitting . With the use of Waveguide technology, the Soundwear companion will produce a rich sound mix that is sent directly to your ears. It is by far the best since the sound is minimized in such a way that, others will not likely hear what you are listening to (unless it’s loud). With minimal distraction capacity, you can be entertained as you work, without the burden of headphones. It is also sweat-resistant and is equipped with a 12-hour battery life. For only $299, you can enjoy the age-old sound quality of the Bose without weighing your ears down.
Lexar multi-card Reader
For only $25 you can now access up to 25 formats of memory cards. The Lexar card reader uses the USB 3.0 technology, with speeds of up to 500 MBps. This is a top speed, especially for large file transfers. The pop-up design will ensure that your cards stay safe. This probably is one of the best card readers around.
Sensel Morph Touchpad
This is a touch-sensitive pressurized pad that can be used for multiple layers of applications. With 10 overlays for music, keyboard and gaming controls, this touchpad is as versatile as they come. Compatible with Bluetooth technology, you can choose to use it wirelessly or via USB. The Sensel Morph can register up to 16 simultaneous touch points, with over 32,000 levels of touch sensitivity. All for $300 only.
Logitech Wireless Marathon Mouse
This is definitely a must-have for all serious gamers. The mouse comes with a Logitech Unifying receiver that allows you to pair up to five other devices. The mouse features responsive and accurate scrolling through its laser technology feature. For only $35, you can upgrade your user experience with the Marathon Mouse.