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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)
Not everyone's laptop has enough storage to last them very long, particularly if they're a heavy video user, iTunes downloader, or game player. One of the best portable hard drives on the market for the sub-$100 price point is the Seagate Slim, which offers 500GB of storage and works with both Windows and Mac machines. Thanks to its USB 3.0 connectivity, its data transfer rates are faster than you'd expect.
Lowest available price: $59.99
CNET Review: Seagate Slim
Logitech K800 Wireless Illuminated Keyboard
This keyboard works with almost every computer on the market, and comes with one highly useful (yet still rare) feature: an illuminated and backlit set of keys. One of the best parts to this keyboard is the recharge function, allowing you to power up the device from a micro-USB cable rather than replacing batteries, which over time can become costly. It's also thin and light — although, a little flimsy in places — but nonetheless one of the best premium wireless keyboards (sans accompanying mouse) for the money.
Lowest available price: $99.99
CNET Review: Logitech K800 Wireless Illuminated Keyboard