Tablets often don't come with a kickstand or an adequate port, so it's a good idea to snatch a few accessories to enhance your experience. These are some of our favorite tablet accessories, many of which you can also find in our Best iPad Accessories Guide.
Satechi Aluminum Desktop Stand 45: This is my favorite tablet stand, so much so that I recently took it on a trip with me. It packs relatively well, and it does Too much Stable: There is no turmoil around here. You can adjust the angle quite a bit. It works perfectly with my 12.9-inch iPad Pro, so it can handle huge sizes as well.
Twelve South Compass Pro Stand $ 52: It's made for iPads, but I have no problem using it for lots of other tablets. It's more travel-friendly and fairly stable than the Upper Satechi, but when I pick up the tablet, the back panel starts to change position. You can make it quite a low angle to sketch or keep it straight for watching movies. Unlike Satechi, this is not a great option for keeping the tablet straight on the mattress.
Lamicall Gooseneck tablet holder for 21: I've been using it in my bed frame to hold the Galaxy Tab S7 FE for months. It takes a bit of finagling to get to the right place, and if you keep tapping the tablet, Willpower Get around here, but it's also a great way to watch movies. You can clamp on any surface like desk or kitchen counter.
Twelve South Hoverbar Duo Mounts / Stands $ 80: It has been attached to my desk for several months to support Nokia T20. You can use it as a stand or arm mount and I prefer the latter. It's robust and adjustable, and above all, it doesn't rotate like a laminar above when you tap on the screen.
Vissles LP85 Mechanical Bluetooth Keyboard $ 119: If you want to use a third-party Bluetooth keyboard with your tablet, a cheaper (like this Logitech) will do the job perfectly. But if you're a mechanical keyboard snob like me, this Vissles is an upgrade that's pretty easy to tote around. You can connect it to multiple devices and quickly switch between them, the keys are illuminated in different, configurable colors and, above all, it provides a click-click experience of your choice with a mechanical keyboard. It needs to be recharged every three to four days.
Twelve South Stego Mini USB-C Hubs for 60: It works just fine with iPads and other tablets. You can either plug it in and flush it with the edge of the slate or use the included cord to keep it stretched. You get a USB-C port that you can use for pass-through charging, a USB-A, an HDMI and a headphone jack.
Anchor Nano Pro charging adapter for 20: Most tablets charge around 18 watts, so this little 20-watt charger in the anchor will do just that. The plugs are not folded, but it is severely compact. If your tablet By Supports fast charging. For example, Galaxy Tab S7 FE supports 45-watt charging. Then I recommend Satechi's 108-watt three-port USB-C charger ($ 75). This will allow you to charge your phone, tablet and laptop from the same plug