Olloclip adds an ultra-wide angle and 2x telephoto lens to its line of easy-to-use iPhone add-ons, and the image quality impresses.
The Exolens offers a super-strong frame for attaching its two lenses to an iPhone 6, but is bulkier and more expensive than competing lens kits.
Although the Roccat Tyon is an expensive gaming mouse, it is colorful, responsive and innovative in ways that work for the most part.
If you want more keys than you can shake a joystick at, along with pretty lights, the SteelSeries Apex is a very good choice.
Well-known pro-grade camera accessory maker steps into the iPhone photography ring with good results.
Lenses from Photojojo provide the flexibility to use with almost any phone, but getting them to stick in place can be a problem.
The rugged Hitcase Pro+ will protect your phone so you can capture the adventure shots you've always wanted, worry-free.
The Razer Anansi boasts a smart size, sleek design and excellent in-game performance — and a large price tag.
The LyveHome tries to make photo and video storage simple, and comes with lots of built-in storage, but it's ultimately not a very good cloud alternative.
The NeatConnect lets you scan documents of all shapes and sizes directly to the cloud, but its software could be easier to use.
The Speck CandyShell Amped case for the iPhone 5s promises to protect your device and boost the audio, but it doesn't quite deliver.
With its multitude of buttons and specific design, the Razer Naga is guaranteed to delight MMO fans and confound general interest gamers.
Learn about the pros and cons of the Feenix Nascita ergonomic gaming mouse and whether or not this 8200 DPI laser mouse is worth buying.
The Razer Ouroboros is near the top of the heap when it comes to customizability, but it sacrifices comfort at every turn.
The novel but pricey Netatmo Weather Station keeps tabs on your home’s temperature, humidity, air quality and noise level and syncs with your iOS or Android device.