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Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2
So many business users have ditched their desktop and notebooks in favor of the ultra-portable tablet. And why not? You can do pretty much everything you can on a tablet as you can on the chunk of machinery in your laptop bag. But many still find the lack of a keyboard to be an unacceptable compromise. Enter the part-keyboard, part-case, which connects to your 10-inch tablet (the most common size, including full-sized iPads) via Bluetooth and allows you to type while you're on the move. And because it uses wireless technology, it's compatible with almost every tablet on the market.
Lowest available price: $61.99
Amazon.com reviews: Kensington KeyFolio Pro 2
Some prefer the smaller, in-ear headphones. Forget them, particularly if you're after superior sound with a retro feel. With a light coiled wire and a thick, padded ear comforter, the sound is unspeakably good — and for under a hundred bucks, no less. They've been around since the early-1990s, but these headphones still know how to kick out some seriously good sound. Though, if you're after some headphones you can make calls on, you might want to move along and keep looking.
Lowest available price: $84.95
CNET Review: Sony MDR-7506
Amazon Kindle (Wi-Fi)
Amazon's Kindle remains one of the best -- if not the best -- tablets for reading e-books on the go. With a crisp monochrome e-ink screen, it's a delight to read from your hundreds of e-books range. The battery alone lasts for weeks, and you can even download more books with a Wi-Fi connection thanks to its in-built connectivity. And for an extra $30, you can rid your e-reading experience from the annoying ads that subsidize the low-cost device.
Lowest available price: $79.00
CNET Review: Amazon Kindle (2011)