This year's Consumer Electronics Show is happening, but this year's show is pretty much as quiet as last year's. Thanks to the ongoing pandemic. Still, there are new accessories and products being announced this week, and some of them are directly related to Apple's own devices.
Accessory maker Kensington at CES 2021 today announced its new docking station for the iPad and iPad Pro that expands the tablet's connectivity options with additional ports for your convince. It also doubles as a multi device wireless charger with a pair of Qi charging pads for your iPhone and AirPods, plus an optional Apple Watch charger.
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Satechi is a well-known brand that creates plenty of worthwhile accessories. Now the company is back with new backlit keyboard options and a stand made specifically for Apple's tablet.
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As is par for the course, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a busy time of year, but we've got companies like Razer announcing new products so it's certainly worth keeping an eye on.
PopSockets has become one of the most popular accessory makers out there, and now they have a wireless charger. It looks like a donut!
One of the consistent new features for smart TVs this year is 8K, and Sony was definitely not going to be left behind in that regard.
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Along with the less expensive option, JBL also introduced a $150 option with a few more features packed in.