Tablet Accessories

by Steven Wong ·Posted 01/06/2023
Made from aircraft-grade aluminum, the newly launched Accsoon PowerCage II and PowerCage Pro II can significantly enhance your iPad, iPad Air, and iPad Pro while helping to protect it from bumps and drops. The updated design includes ten 1/4"-20 and two cold shoe mounts that allow you to customize your tablet completely
by Steven Wong ·Posted 11/10/2021
Whether you’re traveling frequently or working from behind a desk, HyperDrive hubs and docks from HYPER can significantly boost your productivity and enhance your entertainment experiences without ruining the aesthetic of your USB Type-C compatible Apple iPad, MacBook, or iMac. For instance, the HyperDrive 6-in-1 USB Type-C Media Hub attaches magnetically to the side of your space-gray iPad Pro, iPad Air, and iPad Mini to add physical
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 08/20/2020
The Microsoft Surface Go 2 is good. Or, it’s great. Determining which depends largely on the user, perhaps more so than for any tablet I’ve ever reviewed. For that reason, I tend to think of the Surface Go 2 as being particular. It’s idiosyncratic. If your needs align with the Surface Go 2’s specific feature set, it’s nothing short of magic. If they don’t, then it’s less of a revelation, but still quite good. To determine where I fell on
by Patrick Chiang ·Posted 03/26/2020
Whether you’re a curious newcomer, a hobbyist, or an experienced professional, Huion’s pen tablets let users express themselves on the canvas with ease. Aside from having programmable express keys, the tablets can come with a smooth stylus with up to 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity and ±60° tilt support. For starters, the Huion Inspiroy H1161 graphics tablet features a large working area of 11 x 6.875". With this size, new and
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 01/07/2020
Today, Wacom announced its latest pen display, the Wacom One. This 13.3" tablet is a powerful tool for beginners and professionals, one that offers a seamless pen experience and rich feature set that’s great for work or play. As mentioned, the Wacom One’s display measures in at 13.3", with an active drawing area of 11.6 x 6.5". This is an ideal work space, because it allows users to work on regular-sized projects with ease. The
by Staff Writer ·Posted 10/15/2019
The Bamboo Ink (2nd-gen) from Wacom is an ergonomically designed stylus for all your writing and drawing needs. It’s crafted from aluminum, making it sturdy and lightweight, and features a fine tip with 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity. Thanks to Wacom Active ES and Microsoft Pen Protocol (MPP) compatibility, it can be used with a variety of devices. Better yet, no pairing is required. Users can also take advantage of its two
by Staff Writer ·Posted 07/18/2019
Following the success of the Cintiq 16, Wacom is back with the Cintiq 22. Measuring 22.4 x 14.1" and larger than its predecessor, the Cintiq 22 is ideal for casual and professional users alike, who wish to work with a larger canvas. Aside from a few slight differences in size, viewing angles, connectivity—and, of course,
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 07/05/2019
At B&H, we are firmly on record as being big fans of the iPad Pro. I’ve even gone so far as to call it one of my favorite pieces of tech. However, like any tablet, the iPad Pro does have its limitations—namely, connectivity options. With only the one USB Type-C port to facilitate your wired hookups, attaching peripheral gear and accessories
by Staff Writer ·Posted 06/12/2019
Available in an exclusive run at B&H Photo, the Kanex Premium USB Type-C Hub will turn the 11" and 12.9" iPad Pro (3rd Gen) into a portable workstation. This hub connects to your compatible iPad Pro using an integrated USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C cable, which transfers data at speeds up to 5 Gb/s and supports the DisplayPort 1.2 standard. Connect external peripherals using a USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C port, which supports device charging, a
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 05/09/2019
Wacom unveiled its updated Intuos Pro Pen & Touch Tablet today, which comes with a refreshed design, Bluetooth connectivity, and, best yet—the Wacom Pro Pen 2. I had the chance to spend a week with the new tablet and try out its updated features. Here's how it went. Design Out of the box, the first thing I noticed about the new Touch Tablet is that it's considerably smaller than its predecessor. The original measured in at 12.6 x 8.2 x 0.5
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 02/21/2019
Lights! Camera! iPad? Believe it or not, the Apple iPad Pro (Late 2018) has gotten good enough to be an outstanding tool for filmmakers. Its versatility makes it useful, regardless of what part of the production you are working on. Standard productivity concerns are easily handled; apps for teleprompters, clapboards, and scripts are common; and if you want, the rear camera is capable enough to record high-resolution UHD 4K with surprising
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 02/21/2019
It’s not up to ten, or eleven—the iPad Pro (Late 2018) kicks things up to twelve in every way possible. Photographers, myself included, have long dreamed of an iPad or tablet that can serve as their portable edit station, and the new Pro is the best example of one yet—especially with a full-fledged version of Adobe Photoshop CC slated to come out later this year. Even today, there are many tools and apps available that make the iPad Pro a
by William Min ·Posted 02/21/2019
Need to get some work done, especially while traveling? The Apple iPad Pro might be the answer to this question. Read on to find out what the new 3rd-Gen Apple iPad Pro can do for your productivity. iPad Pro Introduced in October 2018, the iPad Pro (3rd-gen) is available in two different screen sizes, 11" and 12.9". The 11" model has 2388
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 05/11/2018
Say what you will about Wacom—this is one company that doesn’t rest on its laurels. One week after releasing the greatest creative tablet ever designed, Wacom was back at it, introducing yet another new product. This time it was an update of the popular Intuos line (available in Small and
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 03/08/2018
For digital artists, few names are as revered as Wacom. By bridging the gap between real-world illustration and digital, the company didn’t just change the game, it essentially invented a new one. Now, 20 years after the release of its first Intuos tablet, Wacom looks poised to shake up the market once again, this time with the newly unveiled Cintiq Pro 24. We happily got our hands on one for an in-the-field