Tablets are fantastic aren’t they? Not a fully-fledged computer, but they may as well be. They are sometimes quite pricey especially if you’re looking at the higher-range tablets.
So, if you’ve decided to splurge some cash on a tablet, you may as well invest in some side-gadgets to boost the performance of, or protect, your new purchase. From the iPad Pro to the Google Nexus, here are some options.
A pair of bluetooth headphones is a great purchase and will work universally with any tablet on the market. This allows for a true wireless experience and is an excellent commute option, especially if you’ve pre-loaded your tablet with a bunch of podcasts or even compiled a new playlist. Bluetooth headphones are a great option for a tablet, as you won’t want to get it out often in public and can transmit your audio through a bag to your new headphones.
Another fantastic audio product for tablet owners is Bluetooth speakers. They work exactly the same as the headphones, but this is for a more housebound experience. Not many docks hold space for a large tablet, so with Bluetooth functionality, you can send your songs to a speaker and blast your tunes.
Protection is a huge factor in tablet ownership. They have a larger surface area than phones and are more susceptible to the damage sustained from a drop than their smaller siblings. They are a huge array of cases on the market, so the choice is there – however you may want to combine this with a tempered glass screen protector. A glass screen protector has a better feel than a normal plastic protector and is guaranteed to give a lot more protection from the stress of day-to-day usage and from high falls. There are plenty of options the market and you should certainly do your research, so click for more info.
If you’re into art and design, you can do no wrong with a good stylus. Even if you’re not, its going to keep your grubby mitts off of the screen! A good stylus offers a solid drawing option and thanks to apps like Sketchpad, you can really kick-start your design career.
If you want to go wild, you can invest in a portable drone for your tablet. If you pair this flyable device with a tablet, you’ve got a remote control aviation device. You can also get a mixologist dock that tells you via your tablet exactly how much alcohol you need to mix to create the perfect concoction.
Finally, for productivity, you can’t really go wrong with a keyboard that pairs or snaps to your tablet. This is a better option than the touch screen based keyboards that lack the accuracy of a physical keyboard. This is another accessory that uses bluetooth to transmit to your tablet, so make sure your tablet has that capability.
There’s plenty of side-gadgets on the market to improve the functionality of your tablet this xmas, so make sure you get the best out of them.