If you are on the go a lot with your laptop, these laptop travel accessories will make life a whole lot easier!
Do you ever find yourself typing on a late night flight and the light above just doesn’t seem to cover the keypad, your book of notes and the screen?! And it is either too bright or not bright enough? The Kensington Notebook Light is your perfect travel companion. It has ultra-bright LEDs that are mounted atop a flexible gooseneck that’s easy to position. It has a built-in dimmer control so it is also easier to control brightness. Plus its energy-efficient LEDs draw minimal power, lasting up to 100,000 hours of continuous use.
Another handy accessory for laptops is the Tripp Lite Direct Plug In Surge Suppressor. It offers complete AC and Ethernet or phone line surge suppression for laptops. It has two total outlets and even has a diagnostic LED to warn of problems and damage to the suppressor. Plus it weighs less than 4 ounces so it fits compactly into any laptop travel bag. Don’t lose all your precious work because power surges, lightning or other power dips fried your computer. This handy and affordable surge suppressor acts as a buffer between your computer and the electric line.
If you travel a lot for work and type a lot as well, than you know that the little keyboards on the laptop itself greatly slows you down and can be uncomfortable to use for long periods of time. If you type a lot you might want to consider a Logitech Cordless Keyboard. It is a portable notebook stand with built-in keyboard. The adjustable stand places your notebook screen at a more comfortable viewing height and the full-sized keyboard lets you type much faster…comfortably. It also folds down to a compact size and has one-touch media keys that give you quick access to digital music and your favorite applications.
These are just a few accessories I personally find handy when I am on the go with my laptop.
What accessories for laptops do you find handy?