Best tablet accessories according to redditors

We found 6,298 Reddit comments discussing the best tablet accessories. We ranked the 2,575 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Tablet bags, cases & sleeves
Tablet screen protectors
Tablet chargers & adapters
Tablet stands
Tablet keyboard cases
Tablet keyboards
Tablet mounts
Tablet screen filters
Blue light blocking glasses

Top Reddit comments about Tablet Accessories:

u/kaeyay · 333 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Product if interested. Can vouch for extreme comfort and feeling like you're in Wall-E.

u/FireworkFuse · 120 pointsr/Games

I bought one of those so my phone would stop crashing into my face as I fell asleep watching something. Now I use it to play Switch in bed with a controller

Edit: Since so many people keep asking, this is what I use

u/gsusfreak · 56 pointsr/NintendoSwitch
u/radbrad7 · 41 pointsr/gaming

Here's the arm!

The cable is just a braided Anker 6ft cable. So honestly not too expensive at all!

u/the_dope_chaud · 32 pointsr/headphones

Hello there,
Do you have a minute to talk about our lord and savior, google?

u/LimpBagel · 31 pointsr/NintendoSwitch also tested in bed with the screen facing down

u/ropepusher89 · 30 pointsr/NintendoSwitch
u/FranksHotSauce343 · 20 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Just get a gooseneck mount instead, like this one

The labo VR only supports a few games and it’s not the greatest quality for long play sessions. You also can’t leave out the lenses because they hold it all together. Go with a gooseneck mount instead, I have one attached to my nightstand next to my bed and it’s been awesome.

u/Gadz00ks · 20 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

There are a lot to choose from, you have to skim through reviews to be sure the switch will fit in it.

This is what I use.

u/KonoKalakahua · 19 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I see a lot of people recommending those gooseneck switch/tablet holders (something like say this: ) so you can position it so the Switch is front of your face whatever position you're in, even flat on your back.

u/brianchenito · 19 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards
u/tjramsden · 17 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I use this. It's fantastic. tyrone gooseneck tablet holder

u/MeghanBoBeghan · 16 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Dude, you need a tablet holder, it will 100% solve your problems. I got this one:

Tryone Gooseneck Tablet Stand

And it is fantastic. I lay on my back and put the Switch in it, position it over my head, and hold the joy-cons in my hands with my arms relaxed. Ok, it kind of makes me feel like one of the humans in Wall-E, but it's sooooo comfortable.

You could also use it to hold the Switch in front of you when you're sitting up. Detach the joy-cons and prop up the Switch and play all day. I think it would really help you.

u/thestrangeriv · 16 pointsr/Switch

There is this great thing that was popular on reddit when the switch had been out for a while, it was like an arm you mount to your bed or nightstand, with a movable part, that could hold the switch.

Here is the one I am planning on buying:

Tryone Gooseneck Tablet Stand, Tablet Mount Holder for iPad iPhone Series/Nintendo Switch/Samsung Galaxy Tabs/Amazon Kindle Fire HD and More, 30in Overall Length(Black)

u/lostpretzels · 15 pointsr/MarioMaker

A capacitive stylus is what you're looking for. This is the one I got, it works amazingly with SMM2. There's probably others worth looking at too though!

u/AstroFuzz · 13 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I have the Hori stand, it has been handy quite a few times and fits in most carrying cases.

Got a Tryone gooseneck to hook on my exercise bike too. Works prety well for the Switch, recommended to me by some other Redditors.

u/Ares6 · 13 pointsr/iPhoneX

Anker Elite Dual Port 24W USB Travel Wall Charger PowerPort 2 with PowerIQ and Foldable Plug, for iPhone X / 8 / 7 / 7 Plus / 6s / 6s Plus, iPad Pro / Air 2 / mini 3 / mini 4, Samsung S4/ S5, and More

For those that don’t want to spend that much for fast charging but want a quality product.

u/robeschi · 10 pointsr/ipad

I mostly use the Apple Pencil with Notability or LiquidText. I use Goodnotes a little. Some of my professors use Google Drive, so I need to use those apps from time to time. I also like Outlook for email, iBooks and Kindle Reader for different texts. Duet Display turns my iPad into a secondary screen for my MacBook Pro. I use Scanner Pro to turn all my syllabi and other handouts into PDFs. iStudiez Pro helps keep my schedule in order, and Quizlet helps me study. I use Affinity Photo for processing my Nikon RAW files ( I let my Adobe CC subscription lapse, I just don't find myself using my dSLR that much lately.) I also use a MIDI keyboard with Garage Band and Pro Metronome for piano practice when I don't have access to a real piano/piano lab/practice room.

I keep games and other entertainment apps off the iPad since I'm trying to study and don't want to make it any easier for me to goof off.

Case, Screen Protector, Apple Pencil sleeve, tether to keep my adapter on my cable, stand, keyboard, and holder for using my iPad as a second screen for my MacBook Pro. I also use Anker cables, charger port, and portable charger.

u/vanade · 10 pointsr/splatoon

It has to be a capacitive touch stylus--so one that works like your fingertip. I use a cheap one similar to this. It's unfortunately still not 100% easy to use because it has a blunt tip, but it's still more precise than my finger and helps me keep my palm off the screen to avoid stray lines. I just zoom in to do touch-ups/detailing with the d-pad afterwards.

I've read people also use the Adonit Jot Pro stylus, which lets you have a more pointed tip. More expensive tho ($30-$40).

u/Cardstatman · 9 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

EDIT: This one is close, and a few dollars cheaper, but not the exact same. I was wrong. The actual link below is the exact one.

u/BillMii · 8 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I've only used one stylus for Mario Maker 2, and it's this one:

I can only speak for myself, but I think it works great and it's pretty affordable.

u/Razormavis · 8 pointsr/tomorrow

Tryone Gooseneck Tablet Stand, Tablet Mount Holder Compatible with Smartphones/Tablets/ Switch 4.7"-11", Overall Length 38inch

Product page for those legitimately interested

u/themassofthesun · 8 pointsr/Nexus7 has a conductive, spongy material at the tip example

u/DogWhoCanType · 8 pointsr/Nexus7
u/jimbonics · 8 pointsr/Surface

Not at all, go for it!

The stand-up desk is a Kangaroo Elite. The monitors are a couple of Dell E2211H's, with one obviously flipped portrait. (current model is the E2213H)

The utterly beautiful thing about this dock, is that I unplug it from the usb, the monitors turn off. Plug it back in, BAM they're back, in their proper positioning and everything. Only bummer is having to move the apps back to the screen you want, unless there's a trick I haven't found.

A new nifty thing I've found today, likely with the 8.1 upgrade, is the Start Screen will stay in place while you work on other monitors, even with a Metro app open on one of them. This makes it a little more compelling to use the Live Tiles at a "glance-and-go". We'll see.

End of the day, unplug and into its case it goes, along with Type Cover. Come in in the morning, plug it up, BAM. Roll on.

u/picano · 7 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

You just need a capacitive stylus. Any cheap one will do like so:

u/truefreedom4711 · 7 pointsr/kindle

It’s the amazon basics tablet stand.

AmazonBasics Adjustable Tablet Holder Stand - Compatible with Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy and Kindle Fire Tablets

u/fatalexe · 7 pointsr/Surface

I've had my Surface Pro 1 since launch. The powder coat paint tends to flake off with use. This has been true of about any device I've had with similar paint. Mine has really started to come off around the stand hinges and power port from much use. I ended up just getting this case and not worrying about it much. One day I'll get bored and flake off all the paint. The metal underneath looks pretty nice.

u/ShinyBlueUnicorn · 7 pointsr/Nexus7

I'm personally getting this one:

They had great customer support when I got the original case for the first Nexus (it didn't come with the magnet, so they shipped me a case with one attached for free). Plus, the case is stellar.

u/Catisamom · 7 pointsr/whatisthisthing

I actually think it’s a touch screen stylus missing the plastic disc. We have one just like it.


u/TheCrazyInk · 7 pointsr/splatoon
u/Rethawan · 7 pointsr/iphone

I see. That’s a shame. There’s one model made by Nyko which seems fairly well thought out with rubber straps. Problem is that I can’t find it anywhere on Amazon UK or DE.

Yankees can probably get it though.

Sony even has an original one, but it’s currently unavailable.

Edit: Here's the updated one called XMount. So far it only seems to be available in Japan. :(

u/Szarkee · 7 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Here’s a more stealthy/unassuming one here

u/Proprs · 7 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Yes. Since it is such a competitive game, I really feel gimped in handheld mode. So much so that if I know I'm going to play it when I'm traveling, I bring a pro controller with me and do "table top" mode. Also, the motion controls don't really work well when reclining in handheld mode, so I also use this goose neck mount (Amazon link) for when I'm splatooning in bed ( ͡º ͜ʖ ͡º).

u/Rahkeesh · 6 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Lying down = Tryone Gooseneck stand. Way more comfortable than trying to support the Switch's weight while on your back.

u/Peace_Day_Never_Came · 6 pointsr/3DS


Tryone Gooseneck Tablet Stand, Tablet Mount Holder for iPad iPhone Series/Nintendo Switch/Samsung Galaxy Tabs/Amazon Kindle Fire HD and More, 30in Overall Length(Black)

It holds it very tight from left and right (doesn’t cover exhaust on top) however I can’t guarantee if there will be any long term effects or not. I bought warranty for switch and my phone is a few generations ago so I don’t really care. But I probably won’t use it if I have an iPhone XS

u/Serafita · 6 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Lots of different brands on amazon. I bought a Tryone brand one, though this was months ago. There's probably better brands by now, but just have a look or google images of a gooseneck holder and decide if it fits your needs. :D

u/sudosussudio · 6 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Yeah I have a gooseneck tablet stand and I love it! When I got the flu I clamped it to my headboard so I could still play Dragon Quest XI haha. The one I Have is "Tryone Gooseneck Tablet Stand, Tablet Mount Holder for iPad iPhone Series/Nintendo Switch/Samsung Galaxy".

u/adayinalife · 6 pointsr/vinyl

Awesome find, especially the SL-D2, fantastic table that should last you for years and years. Should be able to find a universal headshell on Amazon for around $20, then something like a Shure M97xE cartridge

u/relic5 · 6 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

I have been looking into getting some stands for my keebs for a while now. This is a tablet stand from Amazon Basic. Very happy with them. They are very solid and offer much flexibility in positioning and they hold the position they are fixed to. They also have a soft, foam-link padding where the stand meets the keyboard frame.

u/Avocet330 · 6 pointsr/TheSilphRoad

I (and several others in my area) have this inexpensive one and it works great. Bonus - you can take the "cap" off and lend it to another trainer to use at a raid.

u/WHATS_A_ME-ME · 6 pointsr/EDC

Top Row:

u/Prospekt01 · 6 pointsr/Nexus7

I got this moko case from amazon. Its really nice and slim.

u/33165564 · 6 pointsr/Nexus7

Buy it online? The link you sent was the same price.

If you want a flip cover, get a Poetic Smart Cover. Comes in tons of colors and has magnets to make the device sleep when you close it. I don't think the linked case does this.

I got my Poetic case on Amazon for $13. It had some cracks in it and I opened a warranty claim with them. Had a new case delivered 3 days later and got to keep the old one.


This is one of the authorized resellers of Poetic cases. If you make a warranty claim you need to have proof it came from either Poetic or an authorized dealer (there are two on Amazon and one on eBay I think. They're listed on the Poetic warranty page).

u/calinet6 · 5 pointsr/audiophile

At that budget you should look used or vintage, you'll get a lot more for your money.

Check out Craigslist and eBay for stuff, and audio forums such as AudioKarma for recommendations on vintage gear.

As others have mentioned, you'll need:

  1. Speakers, probably 2- or 3-way bookshelf speakers (that just means 2 or 3 smaller speakers in the one box). Look for vintage brands such as ADS, Acoustic Research, KEF, Klipsch, etc. You should be able to pick up a pair for within $100-150.

  2. Amplifier. You'll need something to power the speakers and process your inputs (like a turntable). Look for an older stereo receiver from a brand name, preferably one with lots of brushed aluminum on the front. Look for Sony, Pioneer, Yamaha, Kenwood, and other names you've heard of. In this case you can often find good deals not only online but also at local thrift stores such as Goodwill, but try to test it out first. This could be had for $50-$100 depending on what you find, just make sure it has an input labeled "Phono" for your record player.

  3. Turntable. This I would recommend finding on craigslist or eBay as well. Again, you're looking for a solid deck, as heavy as possible (read: highest shipping cost, ha) and fairly old (70's or 80's) so as to be of high quality. Direct-drive is a good start since it's less likely you'll have to replace or adjust belts. Once you pick it up, I'd replace the cartridge (the whole thing that includes the needle and housing) with something brand new and good quality. this will ensure your records aren't damaged by an old needle, and that they sound their best. Pick up a Shure M97xE or a Grado Black. This should total $50-70 for the turntable and $50-60 for the new cartridge, so $100-130.

    That's a total of $250-380 if you do it right, and that's about as cheap as you can possibly get for all the components you need. If you bought new at the same price, the quality would suffer significantly, so I'd recommend reading up as much as you can on used or vintage gear, looking for deals on each component, and having some fun finding the top quality in that budget. Good luck!
u/REMAIN_IN_LIGHT · 5 pointsr/vinyl
u/BluShine · 5 pointsr/gaming

Yeah, normal pen styluses won't work on iPhone/iPad either. You need something that's both conductive and has a large enough contact area to be detected (round-tipped). Like this one.

u/nqd26 · 5 pointsr/Android

You can already buy something like

Note's stylus magic is part software and part hardware - display contains special layer for sensing the stylus. That's why Note's stylus doesn't work on other phones, not because of software support.

u/LickItAndSpreddit · 5 pointsr/Nexus7

This is the specific one I'm trying out.

Full disclosure: I will be testing it out and providing feedback on it as a product tester. I am getting the product at a discounted rate, but this has no bearing on my review of the product.

This one actually has a lot of excellent reviews, and I like that the tip is retractable (I assume this cuts down on accumulation of lint, dust, dirt, and debris when it's stored in a pocket, in a bag, etc.).

I also came across this one, which has replaceable tips (so the entire stylus body doesn't need to be thrown out when a tip is worn out). It has the same rating, but more than 1.5 times the reviews of the one I'm getting.

Reading through some of the reviews of the first product, it seems like the tips do last for a while.

If you do want to see if you can get better precision (I realize now this is a more appropriate word than accuracy) I would suggest you try to open up one of the tips and 'stretch' it to a point with a plastic 'nub' (like a coffee stirrer) and see what the screen response is like. It would likely involve a lot of 'kludging', but when I first got a rubber-tipped capacitive stylus I thought of doing something similar to get a finer implement.

u/greenboxer · 5 pointsr/SchoolIdolFestival

You'll be happy to note that I've looked into this issue EXTREMELY thoroughly and I came up with a solution that worked for me.

Basically, the problem is that the Nexus 7 digitizer has poor sensitivity/quality control/consistency and poor software. What I did to hit notes 100% of the time with no errors (hold notes that drop, notes that don't tap, tap lag, etc), is to use the bootloaded touch screen fix (the instructions which are more or less in the second link above) AND also to be physically touching the case. The software fix helps slightly, but I noticed that there's still a chance to miss certain notes.

What gave me 100% was physically touching the case. I have a strip of copper tape running from the back of the device into the edges (tucked into the removable plastic backing of the case). My device is in a case with a cover, so only the side of the device is accessible, so I place my 2 thumbs here and tap with my fingers.

Maybe this diagram can help?

For reference, it sorta looks stupid, but it works. I've been able to FC soldier game on hard, and every EX song so far (except for snow halation).

Edit: I'm also using a matte screen protector

u/rjk79 · 5 pointsr/Nexus7

I haven't seen anything exactly like the ipad case, there isn't the magnetic attachment point that the ipad has, so I don't think there will be a cover only like that. I have [this case] (, which is the closest I've seen. The "full case" part adds minimal bulk, and I like it so far (especially for the price).

u/r0cki · 5 pointsr/Nexus7

Don't know anything about cases other than the Poetic Slimline (which I use):

Having used the rubber one from ASUS, can't even compare with the Poetic, the step in quality and protection is MASSIVE.

u/goretsky · 5 pointsr/Nexus7


I just received the Poetic SlimLine Case for my Nexus 7 FHD (2013) and so far I am very happy with it. The case is an exact fit for my Nexus 7 and has openings for all the ports, including the rear camera. The fit of the cover against the case is excllent as well, with no flexing of the cover or problems at the "hinge" area.

I also ordered some matte screen protectors¹ from a brand I hadn't heard of before (Crazy On Digital) but were (1) inexpensive; and (2) had good reviews; and those seem to be working fine so far as well.

• Poetic SlimLine Case on Amazon:

• COD Screen Protector:


Aryeh Goretsky

¹I prefer a matte screen, like a ThinkPad has.

u/GalacticSloth · 5 pointsr/EDC

This one has an aluminum body design which is quite durable and it uses a fiber tip which also lasts longer compared to rubber ones and it comes with replacement tips as well.

u/shaosam · 5 pointsr/Games

Hijacking this comment to implore anybody remotely interested in replaying Final Fantasy VI to try out the phenomenally well-made fan ROMhack called Brave New World.

If I was a smarter man I would be able to articulate just how incredible this mod/overhaul really is without sounding like a hyperbolic rambling weirdo. But I'm not, so here goes:

The original Final Fantasy VI is one of my absolute favorite games of all time. I can't remember how many times I've beaten it since I first rented it at Blockbuster when I was 10 years old. But it is not without a slew of (gamebreaking) bugs, balance issues (Vanish/Doom anyone?), questionable design problems (Magic stat trumps EVERYTHING), and really weird damage calculations and mechanics.

THIS MOD FIXES ALL OF THAT, in a logical, cohesive, and intelligent manner that still manages to respect the feel of the original game. This is not a lazy "difficulty" mod that some 12 year old put together after figuring out how to use a hex editor to raise boss HP values. This is a passionate love letter to a flawed game that uses a slew of really clever hacks and other technical wizardry to make the gameplay super satisfying.

Every stat has a use, every character is unique with several different viable stat/gear builds instead of being generic Ultima/defense-ignoring attack spammers. I seriously cannot recommend this romhack enough. This is the way Final Fantasy VI was meant to be experienced.

Anybody with an Android phone can download SNES9X or another emulator for free off of the Play Store and run this rom at fullspeed and perfect sound. I bought this controller mount for my smartphone and a cheap short USB cable to wire my Dual Shock 4 to my phone for portable gaming nirvana. I can play arguably the greatest JRPG ever made while pooping.

u/Endda · 5 pointsr/SquaredCircle

I think I saw that thing on LGR recently. It's a bread wrist rest

u/anIncognitoSuperhero · 5 pointsr/Surface

SP4 i7/16gb/256 user here.

I am currently using a Kensington Black Belt 2nd Degree for a couple months now. It is not bulky and offers good protection for the back and sides of my SP4. Another positive note is that it allows full mobility of the keyboard. You can keep it magnetically attached and fold it back all the way if you want to use tablet mode.

The case is so slim that it can be also placed in a sleeve or laptop bag if that is how you transport your SP.

u/Mistredo · 5 pointsr/ipad
u/NeonXero · 5 pointsr/MarioMaker

Not sure if it's widely recommended, but I got

This one

And it's been great so far.

u/ThePanduuh · 5 pointsr/iphone

I picked up an anker 24W 2 port charger in 2016 (amazon order searched for it). link

Charges the phone very quick for an $11 charger. I put my 8+ on the charger at ~3% yesterday and 15-20 minutes later it was at 35%.

Why people still use the 5W brick is kinda odd to me. I only use it for overnight charging where speed isn’t a requirement. Why would anyone buy the $70 brick + cable required to “fast charge” when you can just buy the $11 brick and get just as fast of a charge? At least normal people, if you’re buying gold Apple watches and 512GB iPhone XS Max then you’d probably buy the official brick.

E: fwiw Apple has a feedback page where you can voice your concerns/opinions. Might be worth the 2 minutes to you to say something.

u/Lightsout565 · 5 pointsr/GooglePixel

You'll get the fastest charging from a USB C-to-C cable using a charger that supports USB Power Delivery. I believe the Pixel can charge up to 15w max and the Pixel XL 18w max. Google's official one is a solid choice for $35. Be careful with 3rd party cables/chargers as a lot of early USB C cables/chargers have had tons of issues.

If you don't want to spend the money, you can buy a fast charging USB A wall charger but you'll be capped around 12w. Anker sells a good one cheap for $13.

You can check out an app called "Ampere" to see the voltage and current your phone is being charged at.

u/nudoru · 5 pointsr/ipad

I just got on of these in the mail today and like it. Choose the cocoa color so it's warmer than the grey. But it works perfectly with the Smart Cover and keyboards. Has a good grippy/soft touch feel and looks nice.

u/dephantom · 5 pointsr/ipad

This one is my favorite. Matches the Smart Keyboard perfect in terms of color and the feel of materials. Highly recommend!

u/rThereAnyNamesOpen · 5 pointsr/ipad

I bought this one. The charcoal gray color matches the keyboard absolutely perfectly. Nice and slim, keeps weight down, and looks great. Also very inexpensive.

u/BiaxialObject48 · 4 pointsr/gadgets

The Surface Pro with LTE Advanced seems to match your needs. The LTE model comes with a nano SIM card slot so your AT&T 4G plan should work with it. With the current promotion, this model (i5, 256GB SSD, 8GB RAM) is $1250 so its only just outside your budget, if that's fine. Keep in mind though that you would need to buy the Type Cover for the Surface.

I've seen a few rugged cases on Amazon like this one from Kensington or this one from UAG so those should be fine. Here's the Microsoft Store page for the Surface itself. You can also buy some of the accessories bundled together (like the UAG case and Type Cover) by clicking on "SEE DEALS" and going to "Bundle and Save", although there isn't much of a discount.

Edit: You could probably go for an older used Surface Pro as well to save money, but be sure to buy the LTE model otherwise it won't have a SIM card slot.

u/BeGlitched · 4 pointsr/AppleArcade

You can get a mount to hold the iPad. I have something like this gooseneck iPad holder.

u/dekza456 · 4 pointsr/3DS

I saw many people buy it from this [Link] ( but since I live in Asia, I just bought one from some Chinese company. For mine it's fully flexible and can hold the weight very well (I bought mine for like year and a half now). And if my Chinese knock off work that good I think this one will work fine as well

u/Itsbrettokay_ · 4 pointsr/ipad

Try one of these I have 2 of them in my house now! One I have on my headboard to watch Netflix with and the other I have on my desk to have Netflix while I’m using my computer. Because a $19 mount is cheaper then a second monitor.

u/dasonicboom · 4 pointsr/wheredidthesodago
u/__PETTYOFFICER117__ · 4 pointsr/audiophile and yeah it works pretty nicely! Definitely some movement when tapping, but it's perfect for how I use it, as music control.

u/azthemansays · 4 pointsr/SexPositive

May I suggest something like this if you have something to anchor it to next to the bed?

Otherwise there's ones out there that have a base that can sit on the floor and you can maneuver the bendy cable to your comfortable eye level.

u/lac__ · 4 pointsr/ipad

I got this. Fits my 10.5” great and has a nice texture on the back.

u/XenoShulk19 · 4 pointsr/MarioMaker2

Not OP, but this one has worked out great for me so far. I've made a few levels and it's been perfect and very precise.

Digiroot Universal Stylus,[2-in-1] Disc Stylus Pen 2018 UPDATED Touch Screen Pens for All Touch Screens Cell phones, Tablets, Laptops with 9 Replacement Tips(6 Discs, 3 Fiber Tips Included) - (Black)

u/DarTHCidious · 4 pointsr/vinyl

If you want something within the $100 range, I recommend the Grado Prestige series ( Black for $60 and the Green for $80), Ortofon 2M Red ($90), or the solid Shure M97xE ($75±).

My personal experience is based on the Grado Black and the 2M Red, with the Shure trailing behind. The dynamics are spectacular and the advantage with the Grado and Ortofon is that they can be upgraded with a change of the stylus. In otherwords, when the stylus on the Grado Black goes out you could purchase the replacment stylus or go for the Green stylus.

u/GirlWithRedHair · 4 pointsr/vinyl

I upgraded my AT95E cartridge to a Shure M97xE based on a couple suggestion posts I read here. A lot of people say that for the price the cartridge can't be beat.

If you search this sub for Shure, you'll find posts with pretty good information and comparisons on entry level cartridges. Here's a M97xE cartridge thread and here's a Shure M97xE vs Ortofon 2M Red thread.

u/GoldenC88 · 4 pointsr/ipad

Not exactly what you have pictured, but I use one of these: Amazon Basics Tablet Stand

I tutor virtually using FaceTime and Skype, and I need very precise angles based on what I'm presenting. It can adjust angles as close as a few degrees at a time. It is very compact, portable, and inexpensive. It can hold an iPad at a vertical angle if you use a Smart Cover to counterbalance.

u/hedera3 · 4 pointsr/TsumTsum

Just a general tip for any character - keep a bubble or two handy so that when you've cleared several long chains in succession you can pop a bubble so it stops the animations and gets the new tsums to fall right away.

I used to use my finger to play and was really fast, but playing so much my finger tip was actually aching. I got a stylus and while it initially slowed me down a tiny bit, now I'm faster with a stylus and it keeps your swiping hand from obscuring the screen, so you can see and make matches even faster.

I bought this one from Amazon and it's super - very comfortable and the tip is great. I recommend getting the replacement tips so you have them on hand.

u/tcmcqueen · 4 pointsr/Surface
u/thegreyquincy · 4 pointsr/Nexus7

Nice! I just got the Moko case for mine. Looks almost exactly the same.

u/TheLotri · 4 pointsr/Nexus7

The Moko might not be custom or "premium" but the one for the original Nexus is pretty nice. I like the carbon fiber texture, and it has a lifetime warranty. :)

u/HeroTruth · 4 pointsr/PuzzleAndDragons

I use this thing. Great value. I keep one at home near the bed, for late night padding, and one on me when im out and about.

The option to switch from disc to mesh tip is great too. You get 4 disc and 2 mesh tips that also come with the box.

I use disc for solving quickly, but mesh tip for lazy farming.

one gripe i have is that when you put the cap on the mesh portion, and you screw off the cap, sometimes the mesh tip goes with the cap.

Otherwise great stylus. Mesh tip lasts extremely long, havent had to replace it. Disc is lasting a while too, for 5 months of padding I havent had to replace either tip.

u/dabear04 · 4 pointsr/ipad

I have an Air 2 and take handwritten notes on it almost every day for work (Evernote). I got these for writing and they work great. I can't comment in how they compare to the Apple pen but they're not quite as good as writing on my surface pro but definitely usable. Only downside is that there's no good way to rest your hand on the iPad and write but I've gotten used to it. Just my $0.02. Hope this helps.

u/violenttango · 4 pointsr/harrypotterwu

I got this one but I actually use the non precise end to greater effect. I had about 4 masterful casts prior to purchase, now I'm up to around 50

u/Septfox · 4 pointsr/lgv30

Similar, yes. Equivalent, no.

The S-Pen pairs with a custom Wacom digitizer in the Note-series phones. It's going to be the most accurate choice, hands down, and it'll probably have special considerations for palm detection as well (don't know for sure, never had a Note).

The best you could get with a normal smartphone digitizer would be using a plastic/rubber disc style stylus, which will be up to as accurate as a finger touch can be. You could give it a try with your current phone before choosing, the Meko stylus is pretty cheap.

u/coastercrazy10 · 4 pointsr/PuzzleAndDragons

Thumb day-to-day, stylus for 7x6 and ranking dungeons.

I use this stylus and it's by far the best I've tried: The XM tournament will be crown #15 for me, and I can tell you this makes crowning significantly easier than with any other stylus or using your finger. YMMV of course but I couldn't imagine playing without this thing.

u/attack_of_the_show · 4 pointsr/ipad

When I sold my Surface Pro 3 awhile back, I moved to an old android tablet for my notes and found these on Amazon. I've had a great experience with these so far and it's nice having the choice between the fine tip or the rounded side for jotting notes down quickly.

u/AudibleKnight · 4 pointsr/pokemongo

I bought this:

a while back. I ended up pulling it out after legendary pokemon had been out for a bit, and I was getting frustrated with my finger tip having different consistencies (ie my finger would drag more or less at different times) that would affect my throws. I now use it on my iPhone 6 every time I catch a raid boss now.

The stylus has 2 tips. A fiber tip and a disc tip that is covered by a cap. I feel like the fiber tip doesn't catch my movements 100%, which led to some wasted throws. The disc tip however is perfect as it's basically a little plastic circle that has a joint that lets it flex and move as you move the stylus (and thus why it needs a cap to protect it).

However, since you're more concerned about cost, you're probably better trying a bag of the cheapo keychain/pen stylus and see if that works good enough.

u/wishful_cynic · 4 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

Listen to shadow.

Here's a nice wrist rest for $14 on Amazon. It's even Prime.

u/Alan-anumber1 · 3 pointsr/vintageaudio

I personally use the Shure M97Xe phono cartridge, on a 1970's vintage Technics SL-1200 MkII turntable hooked up to the phono input of a 1970's Marantz 2230B receiver. I use a Focusrite 2i2 for analog to digital conversion, hooked up to the Marantz's tape out. I capture and edit in Audacity.

I use the Marantz with a pair of '80s vintage DCM bookshelf speakers in nearfield fed audio from my desktop computer's soundcard into the receiver's tape monitor circuit.

The Marantz was a thrift store find that I cleaned, adjusted and replaced the capacitors in. The DCM speaker's woofers were refoamed with Simply Speakers refoam kits as well as the capacitors replaced in the crossovers.

The Technics turntable has a modern cartridge installed as most vintage phono cartridges would be a downgrade. Fresh manufacture is your friend here as the rubber suspension would be suspect on a new old stock cartridge and the diamond styli wear out, ruling out used cartridges with unknown use and wear (my vintage records are more important!). I also replaced the cue light on the Technics and repalced the DJ style platter mat with a more appropriate Technics OEM mat.

For my time and effort of restoring my vintage gear, I find it sounds better than entry level audiophile gear. It also is easier to service (for me) and looks just cool (IMHO).

u/BTsBaboonFarm · 3 pointsr/vinyl

At $700 for a budget, here is what I suggest you do...

  1. Remove the built in phono preamp from the LP120

  2. Go with one of these phono preamps:

  1. Pick up the Audioengine A5+ powered speakers.

  2. Use whatever remaining budget you have to either buy some cheap speaker stands (it is not advisable to put them on the same surface as the TT unless you have some isolation pads), and potentially upgrade the cartridge on the LP120
u/hellomika · 3 pointsr/vinyl

Decent value cartridges: Shure M97 and Grado Black.

u/_stupidsexyflanders_ · 3 pointsr/vinyl

You are not going to get anything better around $40. While I haven't tried it yet, people say the [Shure M97xE] ( is a great upgrade. At $73, it's in your budget. Then if you wanted, you could later upgrade the stylus to a jico. Make sure when you replace the cartridge, you re balance the tone arm and align the cartridge. Vinyl engine has the protractor you would need for alignment.

u/1_man_band · 3 pointsr/vinyl

Here's a headshell that will work, and a cartridge

You will need to download and alignment protractor from VinylEngine and maybe get and overhang gauge if you want overhang to be spot on.

I haven't used the Shure cartridge I linked too, but it's pretty well regarded.

u/hurrayforzac · 3 pointsr/vinyl

as far as i know, DJ styli aren't inherently horrible. the main problem with DJing is the tendency to use too much tracking force to compensate for manhandling the records. i don't think any of your records have actually been "wrecked" by the most likely higher-end cart the guy gave you. what cart did they give you, anyway?

but if you really want a new cart, this one, this guy, or this beauty are all pretty nice from what i've heard.

u/Doktor_Rob · 3 pointsr/Nexus10

I have the Moko Slim-Fit Multi-angle Folio Cover Case and it has a cut out area so you can attach the pogo connector with the case closed. If you really want to have it connected while in a standing position, you might consider getting a tablet stand like this one that leaves room for the connector. You might have to leave it hanging over the edge of your shelf or desk, but it would work.

But, no, I do not believe there are any 90° pogo cables and even if there were, I doubt they'd be flush enough to fit in your case.

u/BonzoDogDooDahBand · 3 pointsr/kindle

Just ordered the new ayotu case as it conforms to the recessed back of the Oasis 2, and looks to have stronger magnets than the official Amazon case (albeit sans origami stand):

However, it looks like Amazon is coming out with revamped cases in response to the controversy over the original ones a few months ago:

I’ll review the new ayotu case later on, but in all honesty I’ll probably return it if the amazon case comes out soon. All I want in case is something that goes on/comes off very easily and has a stand, I’m only going to use a case for screen protection while traveling around and a stand for when I’m at a desk. As it is, I just use a generic amazon stand ( but I’d rather have an all-in-one solution.

u/Aperture_Kubi · 3 pointsr/sysadmin

Yeah it has grown on me, though at work I sit it in this so I can keep it at a more vertical angle. Plus it can drive an additional two external monitors, without any issues so far.

u/DannyDougherty · 3 pointsr/Ingress

I like this stylus which is affordable and has several different sized tips. It also glides relatively easy. The only drawback is it's a little smaller than a normal pen, so can feel slightly weird to hold.

u/BygRw · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I own this one, and it works perfectly. It just needs to be capacitive

u/Ulreki · 3 pointsr/TheSilphRoad

I used a conductive stylus this community day. Big fluffy gloves and a stylus in hand is how I've been playing in the cold and it's really helped a lot. I specifically bought this pen because it was cheap and works well enough.

u/winecannon · 3 pointsr/Surface

I have a Surface Pro 2, and the second, lower level that the kickstand can go to is pretty good for using on your lap. Can't speak for the first gen surfaces though.

Alternatively, I have this case which takes the kickstand out of the equation completely and allows you many more options when it comes to angling the screen. I love it.

u/BobbyD84 · 3 pointsr/Nexus7

[This case] (

It was like $2 when I bought it a year and a half ago. Still looks brand new and fits like a glove.

u/robotrout · 3 pointsr/Nexus7
u/pennywaltz · 3 pointsr/Nexus7

I use it daily on my 2 hr per way train ride and i love this case

u/riversofgore · 3 pointsr/Nexus7

Just buy the Moko case. It's $15 and feels like they should be charging twice as much. I've had one on my first gen for nearly a year without any issues ever. When I got one for my 2nd gen it was just as well put together. 4.5 star rating on Amazon with nearly 2700 reviews.

u/sugarfreediabetes · 3 pointsr/Nexus7

The Poetic Slimline case

This case is rather minimalistic and has a nice leather feel to it. Granted its only 12-15$ wherever you look its just going to be faux leather but feels genuine. It has some form of bumper protection but since it's a thin case it's not as protective as the larger cases. It does however cover all four edges and the fold over also has an auto-sleep every time you close it and wakes when you open the screen because of a small magnet. The magnet does not interfere with screen sleep issues (as far as I'm concerned, never happened to me). The case is entirely lightweight and also has microfiber on the inside of the closing flap so it doesn't scratch your screen when closed.

I've had this case since January and its still working the same as it did when it came in brand new. Definitely a case you want to look into if you want something nice, lightweight, and still has a form of protection even if it doesn't leave the house

u/zaneyk · 3 pointsr/AndroidGaming

Sony actually released a mount themselves, it's pretty good

u/lady_bluesky · 3 pointsr/Atlanta

I just ordered a standing desk converter thingy for my home office! Now maybe my back will hurt less like a sad old lady's. Also, I should probably go to my office-office sometime soon, I haven't been in since like February.... whoops........

Edit: also might be seriously considering purchasing this wrist rest

u/joshmaaaaaaans · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Yes 👌

u/Anzeis · 3 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

It's actually another mouse wrist.

u/kurifatales · 3 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

Look no further, it's even on sale😂

u/AuraeShadowstorm · 3 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

There was a similar post a week or so ago pointing to a similar product.

I bought one. It's fun and silly. My co workers think I'm strange. A bit to soft though to provide proper wrist support. It's not wide enough compared to most wrist rests. I have to keep it about an inch away from the edge of my keyboard to type. Length wise it's as long as a TKL, but it's tapered on the ends. So it really is more suited for a 40% keyboard.

u/AlastorX50 · 3 pointsr/Surface

My personal favorite Kensington

u/DerelictMan · 3 pointsr/EmulationOnAndroid

\> I'd like to play in bed before I go to sleep.

Imma bout to blow your mind.

Get a "gooseneck" mount and attach it to your nightstand assuming you have one. This is the one I use:

Tryone Gooseneck Tablet Stand

I pull out the top drawer of my nightstand and mount it to the side of the drawer, which is a nice flat surface for the grip to attach to. It's adjustable but stable, as long as you aren't touching the device. If you're using a wired controller via USB OTG it can sometimes wobble if you pull on the cable but that's probably a fixable issue. It's strong enough to hold a phone or a tablet. Can't recommend it enough.

u/Cannolioso · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I bought a gooseneck tablet holder that I hook up to my bed frame so I don’t even have to hold the switch in bed. Most comfortable gaming experience ever.

Edit: adding link to the product below. Looks out of stock right now but there are similar ones on amazon. Only feedback I have is I wish it were 6 inches longer, but that’s nitpicking. It’s a great product for a lazy guy like me.

u/slamjammin · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Edited link, sorry!

There are a bunch of similar ones out there as well. This model also holds my Amazon Fire 10 tablet for lazy Brooklyn 99 binges when I get mad at Hollow Knight.

u/nrq · 3 pointsr/AndroidQuestions

A used 10 inch tablet and a stand like this might be a better option than using your phone and a projector to watch movies in bed. I'm pretty sure those cheap projectors suck, picture quality-wise, and you can still use your phone normally while watching a movie.

u/TemptedTemplar · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

lots of people have been using this one.

really ANY tablet holder will do. unfortunately there really isnt a "reputable" one because they are all basically the same thing and materials.

u/IMDSound · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch
u/SuprDog · 3 pointsr/splatoon

I use this when i wanna play in bed.

I've bought this for slower games like RPGs and stuff so i can lay down and have the screen above me. Works great.

u/Doedel51 · 3 pointsr/Switch

I don't own it, but I will buy it soon. Something like this:

u/DarkS29 · 3 pointsr/MortalKombat

There you go thats the one I have.

Tryone Gooseneck Tablet Stand, Tablet Mount Holder for Tablets Diagonal 4”-10.5”, Overall Length 30inch(Black)

u/deltasalmon · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Whatever games you play I hope you have access to one of these or at least a way to get one.

u/kingoftown · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I use a gooseneck tablet stand. This exact model actually.

There is usually somewhere to attach this thing to such that it sits right at eye level.

I used this for the 10h flight to Alaska and it worked well.

u/rickgo · 3 pointsr/Lenovo

well I bought model 80X7001VUS ,which i believe is just the 16gb/512 version of this one.Bought this active capacity pen from amazon and it works great

u/I_am_Bruce_Wayne · 3 pointsr/ipad

I believe it was this one.

I also had a glass cover on it. I bring it to the gym for various reasons. One of the major reasons I dropped it as well was that I had the front cover actually folded to the back, which caused it to be a bit more slippery.

u/repapap · 3 pointsr/ipad

I have this one.

I've been pretty pleased with it. Smelled a little funky at first, but I just left it air out for a few hours and it was fine. The integrated SmartCover is actually more sturdy than the one I bought from Apple and so the iPad wobbles a lot less when I'm using it with the Cover being used like a kick stand.

Edit: Get this one instead. The first product I listed was good, but this back cover is so much better when paired with a SmartCover.

u/innershuh · 3 pointsr/iosgaming

I already had purchased this case here for my ipad, and I typically do one of two things.

  • If I'm sitting at a table I'll prop my iPad up like this
  • If I'm in a recliner, or on a couch, or sitting up in bed I have a thick memory foam pillow that is hard enough to rest my forearms on while I hold the iPad up, and is much more comfortable.
u/morrison22e · 3 pointsr/MarioMaker

This is the one I ordered. I received it and checked it out. It’s very nice and pro feeling.

u/gardobus · 3 pointsr/Dell

This. Best option is probably one of the "clear plastic disc" type styli. They feel more pen-like but not 100%.

Something like this:

u/jesusmhdz · 3 pointsr/GalaxyFold

Have always been a note user and the spen is something I truly miss. This is the option I've used so far which is good but nothing will ever match an S pen. I don't think it should damage the screen in anyway unless pressured hard.

I chose it because of the recommendation in this video:

Digiroot Universal Stylus,[2-in-1] Disc Stylus Pen 2018 UPDATED Touch Screen Pens for All Touch Screens Cell phones, Tablets, Laptops with 9 Replacement Tips(6 Discs, 3 Fiber Tips Included) - (Black)

u/doodlebopsy · 3 pointsr/iphone

Does MFI certification only apply to chargers? I was looking at this Anker Elite Dual port which doesn’t mention apple certified.

u/BringBackTron · 3 pointsr/iphone

Get two Anker plugs like these. One for bed and one for desk. Easily one if my fav features.

u/pwnedkiller · 3 pointsr/ipad

I got this cover for $9 and some change open box it works fantasticly and is very study along with perfectly blending in the with keyboard cover. Their is a open box right now though amazon warhouse for $8.

u/Orbmiser · 3 pointsr/ipad

Many Rave about the ZUGU CASE - iPad Pro 10.5 inch Case Prodigy X but at $60 I didn't want to start with that before trying cheaper options.

Some nice ones at a fraction of the cost. There is the KHOMO iPad Pro 10.5 Inch Charcoal Gray Color Case at $13 looks good. Or the iVAPO iPad Pro 10.5 Case Pencil Holder for $23.

I ended up with the Fintie iPad Pro 10.5 Case with Built-in Apple Pencil Holder for $15. Only negative is pencil holder is too small for Pencil with a sleeve on it. Works fine without a sleeve on the Pencil.

Might have to latter consider others for now the cheapy works fine.

Sad and Annoying that a big chunk of iPad sales is Space Grey but we can't get the High Priced Pencil in colors to match.


u/rlazer1 · 3 pointsr/iPadPro
u/Sshaawnn · 3 pointsr/ipad

These are from, but I’d think you should be able to find them:

ESR Clear Hard Case for The iPad Pro 10.5", [Perfect Match with Smart Keyboard] Slim Fit Back Shell Cover Compatible for iPad Pro 10.5 Inch(Charcoal Gray)

KHOMO iPad Pro 10.5 Inch Charcoal Gray Color Case - Companion Cover - Perfect Match for Apple Smart Keyboard and Cover.

u/cmoses78732 · 3 pointsr/ipad

I got this case from Amazon. I think it is the closest thing to the missing Apple cover. I got the Midnight Blue one. It works well with the Apple Smart Cover and the Apple Smart Keyboard.

u/JenniOLush · 3 pointsr/iPadPro

I had an Apple Smart Keyboard and an Apple “back case” on my 9.7... it bent on me. Luckily I was in the 90 day window. Apple had mercy on me and fixed it.

Months later I give husband the replacement 9.7 and get a 10.5. Got an off name brand back case and a Smart Keyboard. Same deal, my 10.5 bends on me.

Both bends were around the Smart Keyboard and the second time the Apple G said it really looked like the SK was pulling my 10.5 around the magnetic area in a way that caused it to bend. She replaced my 10.5 and I picked up replacement the next day.

I sold my 9.7 Apple stuff and returned my 10.5 Apple/off name brand stuff and bought a Zagg Keyboard for both.

It’s the BEST decision I ever made. The Zagg Keyboard is so much better than the SK because it has back lighting (in 7 different colors) and typing keys can compress (more like your MacBook). I’ve had the thing for 3 months and have not yet had to charge it once.

Also the protection the full case gives my 10.5 is SOOO much better than what I got with the Apple stuff.

Here is a link to the Zagg Keyboard:

Here is a link to an off name brand “back case:”

Clearly I think you should go Zagg but that’s just my experience!!!!

u/Vagabondleon · 3 pointsr/ipad

I ordered this one last month and it has been wonderful

u/Bman7407 · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

My friend, your doing it all wrong... put the switch in this, hold the joy cons by your sides. Enjoy maximum laziness.

Pro tip: have your mom bring the hot pockets to you, so you never have to get up!!

Tryone Gooseneck Tablet Mount Stand/ iPad Stand Holder/ Nintendo Switch Mount, Bolt Clamp with Spring Grip for iPad or Android Devices, 38 Inches Overall Length

u/tehnoodnub · 3 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

A lot of people have recommended this one to me in the past:

u/killall-q · 2 pointsr/Surface

This case was pretty much made for the military:


If you get him a non-Core M3 SP4 though, the heatsink is behind the kickstand, and a case that allows the kickstand to open would prevent overheating.

Kensington Black Belt

u/mgerbasio · 2 pointsr/Surface

I have this one:

The top half is heavy and I know the back of my SP4/SP gets warm without a cover so this probably isn't helping with heat dissipation. Covering the back of the device is pretty much common to all cases it seems so I don't know if this is better or not. It doesn't lay flat against the case, it has some ridges to lift it up which probably makes it dissipate heat better. There are holes that line up with the vent holes.

u/r0ck3r9irl · 2 pointsr/Surface

It seems like both use the same cases. I have the Kensington BlackBelt 2nd Degree case.

u/QueenThunderfist · 2 pointsr/CrossStitch

I recommend looking into a flexible tablet stand. I have seen others on here who use these and really like them.

u/Fizzie94 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Theres actually a post about it on the new page right now from someone that bought this one. Looks like you need to attach it to your headboard.

u/YoogleFoogle · 2 pointsr/funny

Seriously. Just snagged a couple of these:

Aduro Phone Neck Holder, Gooseneck Lazy Neck Phone Mount to Free Your Hands for iPhone Android Smartphone

Tryone Gooseneck Tablet Stand, Tablet Mount Holder for iPad iPhone Series/Nintendo Switch/Samsung Galaxy Tabs/Amazon Kindle Fire HD and More, 30in Overall Length(Black)

u/tearfueledkarma · 2 pointsr/gaming

Other kinds out there, find one that looks like it would mount to what you have near your bed.

u/onomeister · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch


The difference between the two is the "Reinforced Bolt Clamp Base"

u/clicktoaddtitle · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch
u/MatNomis · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

I don't know what all her factors are, but I would think that the most accessible way to play the Switch would be to use regular Switch and a larger TV screen via the "full" Dock, with an appropriately ergonomic controller. The Switch Lite screen is pretty small. Plenty of people--even people whose sight isn't great--can still use it enjoyably because, as a handheld, you can hold it pretty close to your face. However, that means you're using the built-in controls, which are decent, but probably not the most ergonomic for people with big hands and (possibly?) knuckle issues.

If you want to use an external controller, you'll have to use a stand. If you want to use the 8bitdo adapter, that stand will have to also be a mini-dock with USB ports. In either case, it requires a table or flat surface and you'll need enough room for you to hold the controller at a comfortable level and then have the Switch screen at some distance that's likely further away than that...unless you do something interesting, like sit on a low chair at a table, having the Switch more at head or neck level, and then hold the controller closer down by your lap.

Summary: the Lite works great as a handheld, but might be a little small as a tabletop console.

Another option for optimally positioning the Switch without worrying about your table level is a gooseneck stand like this one.

As far as controllers go, is this the one she likes?

A PS4 controller matches that layout. So does the 8bitdo SN30 Pro+. Keep in mind if you think the gooseneck stand idea is interesting, you probably couldn't use that with the Lite's charging dock (which has the USB ports the 8bitdo PS4 adapter would need), so you'd be limited to controllers that functioned directly with the Switch, sans adapters. So the SN30 Pro+ would still be an option.

u/kalaster189 · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Not sure what you mean by holders, but im going to assume tablet holder? If so I just got the Tryone Gooseneck tablet holder in today, and im really digging it. Really really stiff and sturdy.

I got the 24 inch model here

there is also a longer version at 30 inches

u/kittenrevenge · 2 pointsr/flytying

Ha! i've had both these exact thoughts. Already looked at these flexible desk arms for my ipad on amazon. And i've got some peg board in the garage I thought about putting up.

u/abchiptop · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Heads up, if you have a little extra space in your carry on, you can also get a gooseneck tablet holder, which will be more stable and functional if you find yourself somewhere without a flat surface.

I got this one, though if you have a Five Below nearby, they've got shorter ones for $5 sometimes, they just don't stock them online

u/GoodTeletubby · 2 pointsr/EmpireDidNothingWrong

Also highly recommend a gooseneck clamp for it. You can position the screen midair in front of your face even laying down. Great for when you're feeling too shitty to even sit up enough to see a standing screen, but still want to play. Should clamp onto one of the handles by the head just fine. May need a longer charging cord, though.

u/terribleatgambling · 2 pointsr/barstoolsports

anything worse than shit falling on you in your sleep? i have one of these gooseneck holders for my switch that i attach to my bed and watch hulu on since im a poor without a tv in my room, and while the thing has been a blessing for over a year, i guess it got a little too loose on the tighten to nightstand part and just fell straight onto my head in the middle of the night last night. black eye and a headache all day today

u/swamped_lc · 2 pointsr/Interstitialcystitis

My sedentary hobbies predate my IC issues, so I always have a handheld gaming console nearby. My 3DS gets the most use although I also recently picked up a gooseneck stand for my Switch so I can play more comfortably in bed. When I'm flaring, I stick to relaxing games like puzzlers (Picross) and laid back sims (Stardew Valley).

Edit: added link

u/maddogx2x · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Doooooood! I'm like the most laze bruh. So laze I totes got this, bruh.

Now all I need is a robot arm to funnel pizza into my face.... bruh....

u/kaizn · 2 pointsr/kindle

a mounted holder has worked pretty well for me. bonus: it holds phones/ipads/nintendo switches as well.


u/ASavage_Panda · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch
u/ikhezu · 2 pointsr/SuggestALaptop

This Lenovo could be what your after. Also here is the pen for it. Hope this works for you!

u/jasonbeenjamin · 2 pointsr/PixelBook

I have this Lenovo pen (GX80K32882):

It works great with Squid and Google Keep, but I haven't really used it for much else yet. I've read there are a lot of latency issues in certain apps with all pens (including the official one) - there's probably some threads on r/Pixelbook with useful info if you have a specific app you want to use.

u/CorkyinSiam · 2 pointsr/Lenovo

That's the one I got for my new Flex 14
Works perfectly

u/DaNewChamp · 2 pointsr/ipad

iPad Pro 10.5 Case, JETech Case Cover for the New Apple iPad Pro 10.5 Inch 2017 Model with Auto Sleep/Wake (Black) - 3052

I clipped this a tiny bit on the bottom to make room for the whole Smart Keyboard magnetic strip. The cover just peels off easy too. Works good for me.

u/Kandeli · 2 pointsr/ipad

iPad Pro 10.5 Case, JETech Case Cover for the New Apple iPad Pro 10.5 Inch 2017 Model with Auto Sleep/Wake (Black) - 3052

I just bought this, seems well reviewed. Will report back when delivered on Monday.

u/Coldmode · 2 pointsr/ipad

I've been using this case since I got the iPad and it's fine. Not amazing, but for $8, how can you go wrong? It was $15 when I got it and I'd get it again.

u/territtuk · 2 pointsr/ipad

I brought this one for my Pro 10.5 .. its better made than the apple one i used on my air2.

u/XeraanTruss · 2 pointsr/ipad

You could use the normal Smart Cover, but I've been using this:

Slim and protects the iPad on the front and back, which was important to me.

There's also this: but it doesn't protect the iPad, just the keyboard.

u/Super_DAC · 2 pointsr/MarioMaker

Nope, it’s this one

u/seventhletter · 2 pointsr/iphone

My current setup, similar to what it sounds like you're looking for, all-in for under $35

Anker PowerPort Elite II

Anker PowerWave Stand

Tranesca Apple Watch Charger Stand

Edit: formatting, wording

u/tsdguy · 2 pointsr/applehelp

Anker Wireless Charger and Anker Dual Port 24w Charger

I use this overnight because the wireless charger can only push 5w to the iPhone X. If I plug it in using a Lightning cable then I get the full 15w and my iPhone charges in 3 hours. I don't want to use high speed charging because I feel it hurts the battery.

I've used a bunch of the no-name Chinese wireless chargers and they either failed after a few months or they had a very small sweet spot when induction charging started.

u/DankMEMES- · 2 pointsr/MotoX

My phone did the same after about a week, so I'm assuming it's just the charger. I bought this one and it works wonderfully :)

Edit: it seems this one is cheaper, not sure why...

u/NCSUGavin · 2 pointsr/wyzecam

Your other thought might be to buy a dual port USB plug that provide 10W to each USB outlet. Then run two long USB cables. That dual port plug will be very easy to find. example 1

u/senorchip · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

Ahh yes 2.1 is correct. I got this to use for my charger & it works well.

u/bemental_ · 2 pointsr/PacificCrestTrail

If it's only you using the 10,000, it could be OK.

I carry a 20,000 mAh battery pack for myself alone, and on the AT there were a few instances where I came close to running out of juice.

And that's the AT. Where you're never more then a few miles from a road or civilization. And I'm a tech savvy kind of guy who doesn't waste power willy nilly.

It all depends on your usage, but if it was me, I'd up the capacity a bit - especially if your electronics are the primary means of navigation and they don't have replaceable batteries.

The whole "have and not need vs need and not have argument"

Regarding "quick charging", unless your device specifically supports it and you have the proper cables and chargers, the best you're going to do is pump as much juice into the device in as short amount of time as possible.

Your typical phone charger (think little white/black square with one USB port) is one amp, while a larger device charger is typically around two amps. In this situation more amps equals faster charging.

They do make slightly larger chargers that provide multiple two amp ports on them, I recently switched to this one. Can charge the two biggest batteries I have at once (typically the phone and battery pack), and not worry about having to chose one or the other.

On the AT I used a single two amp charger for my battery pack and devices, and came up short a few times (ran out of time charging and didn't get enough juice). What saved me was I had a large enough battery pack that I could make it work with what capacity I had left based on the number of expected days to my next stop.

Also, if you're going to Nero at all, it usually means leaving your devices to charge while you go run errands. If you can only charge one thing, you'll very likely run into the time crunch I mentioned above - being able to charge two devices at once helps solve that problem.

Also, some battery packs provide what's called "pass through" charging, which allows you to effectively daisy chain your devices and charge them all - plugging your battery pack into the wall charger, and your devices into the battery pack while it's charging.

If I was you, I'd do some napkin math on how many recharges you expect to get/need based on your devices and go from there. It's not 100% foolproof, so you can calculate a small percentage of energy transfer loss for weather and heat loss while charging, but basically take the mAh of each device you're bringing, multiply that by how many chargers you think you'll need during a given stretch of time, and add it all up. If that number is bigger then, or close to your battery pack's capacity, you're cutting it too close.

u/mcfarlie6996 · 2 pointsr/flashlight

I love Anker! I have this bad boy and love it but it'll definitely be overkill for OP. From your link I'd suggest this one for OP.

u/Hothabanero6 · 2 pointsr/Surface

The MS Charger and cable should be fine but anything can go bad.

For a regular USB Charger you need one that will reliably supply 2.4A anything else is not worth messing with. Many chargers will work for a short duration then either shutdown completely or drop back to 0.5A which is worthless.

I recommend the Anker charger and cable if you need something other than the provided ones.

Chargers (The older one I have is no longer available and has been replaced by these)
AFAIK the one above is the newest one and the one below used to sell for $10 but seems to be increased to 15.

Or any Anker powerline cable should be good.

u/410_Bacon · 2 pointsr/gopro

I really like Anker brand products. Here is one that has USB-C and regular USB:

This is a cheaper one if you don't need USB-C:

u/bobdigi36 · 2 pointsr/AppleWatch

Anything Anker makes.

u/gadgethog · 2 pointsr/apple

I was testing a 12W charger with my iPhone 7 just before my iPhone X arrived and I documented the charge over time. Based on their graph, the 12W is about twice as fast as the stock 5W charger (as I guess you might expect).

I haven't finished testing the cheaper wireless chargers yet, but from the ones I have tested I've found that the cable and the charging brick can make a huge difference... more so than the charging pad/cradle itself.

Cheaper cables and charging bricks may result in half the amp throughput as a more reputable charging brick and a good cable. So far... Apple, Anker, SyncWire and NestCam usb power supplies have been the best.

If you want a wireless charger right now and you don't want to spend $60, I'd recommend this one:

The cable it comes with is good but power supply isn't great... if you've got a 2.4A power supply from Apple or Anker, use that instead and you'll get about 25% faster charging. If you want to buy one, get this one:

But at that point you may as well spend the extra $20 for 7.5W, unless you prefer the stand style charger (I do, mostly because it's easier to get it right on the coil).

I'll do a full review once I've got more mileage on them.

u/joeto97 · 2 pointsr/apple

I bought this case along with my Smart Keyboard back in January. It’s pretty close to the same color and perfectly compliments the Smart Keyboard.

u/UserName872 · 2 pointsr/ipad

I just picked up a pro 10.5 myself over the weekend. I wanted the same thing, more protection for the back to compliment the Smart Keyboard and something to store the pencil.

I ended up with these two and so far they’ve been great!

MoKo Pencil Case Holder for Apple Pencil - PU Leather Elastic Pencil Pocket Sleeve Detachable Pouch Cover for Apple Pencil, Fit iPad Pro 9.7 Inch Cases and iPad Pro 10.5 Inch Cases, Space GRAY

iPad Pro 10.5 Inch Charcoal Gray Color Case - Companion Cover - Perfect match for Apple Smart keyboard and Cover.

u/Rivellio · 2 pointsr/ipad

Just got this in the mail and I'm blown away! Looks and feels just like the silicone cover. I'm a detail freak and usually only buy Apple accessories but this cover is next level.

It cost $12,95 but I paid a lot for shipping to Europe. Still worth it in my opinion.

u/mj_turner · 2 pointsr/ipad

I have the Khomo - very happy with it, with the Smart Keyboard.

u/scoottee · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

Tryone Gooseneck Tablet Stand, Tablet Mount Holder for iPad iPhone Series/ Nintendo Switch/ Samsung Galaxy Tabs/ Amazon Kindle Fire HD and more, 38in Overall Length

u/ThePoetPyronius · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

If you're unable to sit up to play games sometimes, I'm going to go ahead and recommend getting one of these bad boys -
It's compatible with the Switch and lets you use a pro controller or joycon grip controller while laying flat. Honestly, one of ths best purchases I've ever made for $20. Playing games at 180 degrees is insanely comfortable. Plus, if you get a half-ok android tablet, you can use it to stream games from a PC or PS4 easily enough. Hope this helps. :)

u/Jeirda · 2 pointsr/vinyl

For the cartridge, I would recommend this.

And as for the speakers, just keep checking craigslist. For lower amounts of money used is always better than the new speakers in that price range.

u/loopscadoop · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm currently saving up to buy this so a gift card would be cool!


u/OJNeg · 2 pointsr/vinyl

Would a Technics headshell fly? Also, here's a budget cartridge that gets recommended often around here. You should search around for other options though.

u/Turquoise_HexagonSun · 2 pointsr/vinyl

I'd recommend the venerable Shure M97xE.

This is the go-to cart for many beginners for several reasons; primarily because its sound signature doesn't particularly emphasize any frequency and tames sibilance well. The stock stylus is more elliptical than most at 0.2 mils while most ellipticals are 0.4 or 0.3 mils. This means that the Shure can track deeper into the groove and subsequently tracks better than other carts in its price range (I've personally verified this). The stylus also has a flip-down brush built in making the cartridge appropriate for most tone arm masses (light to heavy). Brushes not only sweep dust away but help damp tone arm vibrations. There is also a healthy selection of after market styli, so when it's time to replace your stylus you can get a stock stylus rather cheaply or you can splurge and get a nice shibata replacement stylus.

It's just a good sounding, affordable cart that works well on a wide range of tone arms.

u/LobsterMeta · 2 pointsr/vinyl

This thing is $200! I have a strong feeling that I'm going to buy this and still not be as satisfied as if I spent $350 on the U-Turn. If it does solve my problem and sounds good, I'd be ecstatic, but after replacing the stylus and buying a preamp in a failed attempt to fix my problem, I'm wary of throwing down even more money.

Is there any cheaper alternatives to this cartridge that are almost as good? Like I said I'm willing to spend it if it's truly the solution but I'd be way more willing to buy a nice cartridge for $100 if possible.

Thank you for your advice

u/TheFrodo · 2 pointsr/vinyl

Cartridges come with a stylus.

One of the most widely praised that's on the cheaper end is the Audio Technica AT95e for $40. You may consider the Shure M97xE and Ortofon 2M Red which are both $100, though.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/vinyl

Ortofon OM10 for $70

Shure M97xE for $70

u/bootbox · 2 pointsr/vinyl

Turntable: Pro-Ject Debut Carbon - $399.00. I don't like the cartridge options on this one so if it were me I'd get the cheapest cartridge option, sell the cheap bundled cart, and buy a new one. The table itself gets really positive reviews though, everyone was pretty stunned when this came out for this price. Carbon fiber tonearms used to be mostly attached to $2000+ tables.

Amp: While it's tempting to recommend vintage gear here, it cost me a nice chunk of time, money, and research to get my all-vintage rig up and running, and there are very nice modern options that will match the modern table better and sound incredible, all with no hassle.

I like the Marantz PM5004 - $449.00. Great brand, great specs, and a built-in phono pre-amp. You can always get a better pre-amp if you want to upgrade to a low output, high end Moving Coil cartridge in the future, but this will sound great and you may feel no need to ever upgrade.

Cartridge: I've heard a handful of $200.00 and below cartridges in my time and this $69.00 cartridge is my favorite so far - Shure m97xe. It's cheap and sounds incredible. It gets brought up a lot, but it's wildly popular for a reason.

That leaves $83 for speakers and wires. You can go a bit low here and get these nice Dayton 6.5 inch bookshelfs for around $30.00, or spend a bit more than your budget and get the $149.00 Pioneer SP-BS41-LR in this price range. They were designed by famed speaker designer Andrew Jones and get great reviews.

u/dmcnelly · 2 pointsr/vinyl

Depends on your budget, really.

Looking to spend under $100?

A lot of people like the Shure M97xE, given it's reasonable price and excellent reproduction.

The Grado Green1 is another solid choice. Grado makes an excellent cartridge.

The Ortofon OM 10 is an amazing cartridge. Unfortunately, the replacement styli are rather expensive.

Not looking to spend more than $50?

The Audio Technica AT 91ECD is a great cartridge. I had one, and it was quite nice. My only complaint is that the universal mounting made it bottom out on occasion.

The Ortofon Omega is another good budget choice. Needs a little heavier tracking force than I'd like, but it sounds quite good.

There's also the trusty Red Ed cartridge. You'd want the elliptical version, for better tracking.

Money no object?

Clearaudio Goldfinger.

u/Asplundh · 2 pointsr/vinyl

I've heard good things about this, but I've never used it so I can't personally attest to it's quality. This is definitely the cartridge I'm going to get once I find a decent used turntable to replace this gosh darned LP60.

u/canadad · 2 pointsr/audiophile
u/WhollyJeans · 2 pointsr/vinyl

Cartridges are like cars ...everybody has a favorite. Some for the technical aspects, some for the "musicality" of the cartridge and some just 'cause itsa ____ (fill in the blank of your fave cartridge maker).

A very good cartridge that works for your price range and would compliment your TT is the Shure M97xE. It runs about $75:

I have one on my Technics SL-D2.

As you are new to the turntable business and you're going to mount your first cartridge, here are two good resources in what goes into setting up your table:

At a minimum you'll need a cartridge alignment gauge ...a stylus force gauge is also very handy for making fine changes to the tracking force. Patience and time are needed to mount a cartridge but you will be rewarded for your efforts. You can download some free alignment guides off the internet and print them ...but I wouldn't trust them. Turntable Basics has an excellent gauge; I have one and it is by far the easiest most accurate gauge I have ever used. I grew up when records and turntables were the way you listened to music. Getting your cartridge properly mounted and aligned to your tonearm is probably the most critical job in setting up and optimizing your TT. And with vinyl, your TT is the star of the show. It's where the music starts. Vinyl is a very analog medium. How accurately the stylus tracks the groove of the record will determine how good everything else is gonna sound.

You can do this.

u/mrojek · 2 pointsr/vinyl

Shure m97xe, the best bang for the buck out there plus a stabilizer brush!

u/lancevo3 · 2 pointsr/vinyl
u/nevermind4790 · 2 pointsr/vinyl

As for a mat, a cork one would do well to prevent static.

Audio Technica makes this headshell for $25.

There's a lot of options for cartridge. This Audio Technica for $40 is highly recommended. The Shure M97xE at $70 is also a good cart. I own the Shure myself and I believe it sounds great, though I find its ability to track every record I've played so far without skipping to be more impressive.

u/wgboyd · 2 pointsr/VinylDeals

There are a number of sellers of this cart listed on the page. The primary seller is Shure and that's what comes up by default. That's $99 and you can have it today. However, Amazon is another seller, listed down on the right if you're using a desktop and their price is $58. If you select that option, like others have noted, it's currently out of stock - but priced at $58 so once it comes back into stock, they will bill and ship it to you.

u/cakeod · 2 pointsr/vinyl

I would suggest looking around Craigslist and local record stores/thrift shops for a used turntable. Personally, I would recommend something direct drive, fully manual and Technics if you can find one in your price range.

Even if you cheap out on the turntable itself, getting a nice cartridge can help a lot. Personally, this is my cart of choice, its cheap and awesome.

I suggest buying a new LP to test it out. A modern 180 gram audiophile pressing is more likely to give you a much better first impression than a scratchy old record.

u/niandra3 · 2 pointsr/vinyl
  1. What's the deal with the Shure M97xE.. it seems like it's been around for a while, and I have read it's sold for about $70. But on Amazon it's not available until 9/26 and it's $100. Same price on a few sites I checked. So it this a new version with a higher price, or the same version, or what?

  2. I'm looking to upgrade the cart on my Sl-1200 MK2.. I currently have an AT95E, but am willing to spend around $100. What pairs well with the 1200 mk2? FWIW I'm listening to mostly new records, all in good shape and using a HT theater with a cheapo phono pre (maybe I should upgrade the pre first..) I've been looking at the M97xE and the Ortofon Red.. either of those pair well with the 1200, or something else?
u/danpascooch · 2 pointsr/technology

While you're right about the fact that it's a capacitive touchscreen and an older style plastic stylus won't work, there are plenty of stylus made today out of material that conducts electricity so as to be compatible, they are quite common.

EDIT: (amazon link)

u/Fmradiochick · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I would suggest:

u/FocusOnThePie · 2 pointsr/drawsome

I use my phone and I picked up a stylus earlier this week. I think it's worth it because it helps me see what I'm drawing, and I can be more precise. Bought these.

u/nomosecrets · 2 pointsr/ipad

I love the cases on my iPads. I love how minimal it is yet protective. (Although not super protective) I have this stand but I’d prefer this stand but I haven’t been able to talk myself into a $30 tablet stand.

u/USureAboutDat · 2 pointsr/MTB

Also avoid putting anything other than plain water in it. No electrolytes or Gatorade etc. They will promote mold growth.

I have the same bag and love it. I tend to only fill the bladder halfway, otherwise I find it gets too heavy with a tube, pump, tool, snack, etc

My cleaning ritual: I remove the nozzle (mouthpiece) from the hose and run fresh water through the hose (via the bladder) to rinse it. Then I stick a bent coat hanger inside the bladder to prop it open for ventilation. Store it upside down with the hose dangling off the table/shelf for drainage. That will allow it to completely dry out.

A nifty (and more portable) alternative to a coat hanger is propping the bag open with one of those plastic tablet stands - it works well and is great if travelling.

I have never used any chemicals other than a drop of Dawn dish soap once a month.

I've had my Dakine bag for 8 months now with zero slime or mold issues. Knock on wood.

u/pkmnkiller41 · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Thank you. Funny you mention it, the 'controller stand' is actually a regular tablet stand that I found out was perfect for propping up my controller as well.

u/footballhead667 · 2 pointsr/Cooking

I have the Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact^TM

Despite the long name, it's nice because it's waterproof - I don't have to worry to much when I'm in the kitchen. It's also got double tap to wake, so I can just wake it up with a few taps of my knuckle when things get messy.

I use one of these stands from Amazon which fit my ~8" tablet and my wife's iPad equally well.

u/sparksdls · 2 pointsr/ipad

I have a bunch of different stands for my 10.5 and 12.9 Pro's. Unlike the 12.9, the 10.5 can sit nicely in a lightweight stand that isn't too bad for carrying around (portable). The inexpensive AmazonBasics stand works fine with my 10.5 with a case on it and in use with a Bluetooth keyboard -

u/insanebrood · 2 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

WHY??? i dont get why someone would want this. I usually use the standard dock with my TV or i play it as portable in my hands.

if i ever wanted to use another kickstand than the built in there is always something like this for 5$

u/MercurialMohawk · 2 pointsr/ipad

The three angles provided by Apple's Smart Cover have always proven ample for me when using the iPad in landscape. You might also check out those foldable portable stands along the lines of this

(although that particular stand may not work w the Pro)

u/trimbach · 2 pointsr/ipad

Not all stands are expensive. There are some on amazon for $8.

u/video_descriptionbot · 2 pointsr/collegeinfogeek

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u/Boothecus · 2 pointsr/whatisthisthing

It looks like a capacitive stylus for use with certain types of touch screens.

u/blackesthearted · 2 pointsr/samsung

There is a variant of the Tab A that comes with a stylus, but if you mean the models that don't, it depends on what kind of stylus you mean. If you mean a Wacom stylus like the Note line has, nope. You can use a capacitive stylus, of course, though I don't personally have any recommendations for a good one (though I've heard good things about the Adonit Jot styli).

u/MathTheUsername · 2 pointsr/MarioMaker

>I don't even have the meaty masculine hands of a real man

I laughed out loud at this. It's been a long day at work, and this made my day better.

The switch needs a capacitive stylus. I recommend the amazon basics stylus. It has 3 different sized points.

Some might think $8 is too much for a stylus though, but I can say this one feels great and is high quality.

Otherwise, you can probably find one at the dollar store or wherever for cheap.

u/Cageythree · 2 pointsr/AndroidQuestions

There are universal styluses with a rubber tip working on every touch screen. But a Note-like stylus with extra buttons won't work, the S7E has no sensor to react to those.

u/Goobah · 2 pointsr/ipad

I use this one every day in school with Notability.

The tip has capacitive fiber wrapped around a rubber tip. It feels super smooth when writing. I added a rubber grip from a spare pen I had to make it easier to write for longer periods though. This makes it even better. Plus, it's so damn cheap!

Highly, highly recommended for note taking.

u/sprcow · 2 pointsr/PuzzleAndDragons

I tried half a dozen different styluses when I first got into pad and found that my favorite by far was the amPen. It has the woven metallic tip that never sticks like many of the cloth or rubber fiber ones do, and it is extremely light, unlike many of the other metallic tip styluses I tried.

It's been a few years, so perhaps they've improved, but I found that the friendly swede products worked amazing for awhile but eventually the tip would start sticking, no longer sliding smoothly along the glass. I know you can try to clean them off, but it ended up being too high maintenance, so I switched to the woven metallic type, which doesn't appear to have a similar problem.

u/TylerPAD · 2 pointsr/PuzzleAndDragons

This is the stylus I use:

The hybrid tip is very smooth on the screen. In fact, I was slipping off the screen when I first used it :p. The stylus is much better than the thumb when you get comfortable with it!

Using a stylus makes playing much easier for me because I can see the whole board while I manipulate orbs.

Its a bit pricey but I figure I've thrown more stones at this game because I wasn't able to see where I was going and died. It's worth the investment for me.

I recommend it to people who want to use diagonal movements more consistently, increase board awareness, or have really fat fingers! :p

u/fckjosh · 2 pointsr/ipad

I've been using notabilty and this stylus with my air. Been loving it so far.

u/pro_forma_life · 2 pointsr/ipad

Hey I use this guy. I tried about 6 and am pleased with the way this one works.

Edit Here is an example of my notes

u/skater8705 · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

I have been using this for a while:

Works great, and best of all, no more smudges on my screen :)

I have not really used it for writing notes though. I use it for most other tasks but note taking. The tip is pretty big, so not sure how accurate it would be for taking notes.

For general use, it is a great stylus though.

u/djrbx · 2 pointsr/Surface
u/TheRealBabyPuncher · 2 pointsr/Surface



In all seriousness, just be alerted to overheating issues. If you're concerned about breaking the surface, you may want to consider a different container to carry it about in until it's ready to be deployed.

u/neums08 · 2 pointsr/Surface

This is the only case worth getting for the surface pro. It lets you easily adjust the viewing angle without messing around with velcro tabs, has a pen loop, and looks pretty nice.

u/ducklingsaver · 2 pointsr/Surface

I have this. It works really well and adjusts to pretty much any angle. Freedom-case seems to be the go-to option around here, but I have had no problems with mine and it's cheaper and ships faster.

u/WoodEwe · 2 pointsr/Surface

I have one of these cases on my Surface Pro 2 and it has worked very well for me when lying down.

u/smackjack · 2 pointsr/Surface

non mobile link

I too bought this case. The multiple angles are great, and makes it much easier to use on your lap.

But I have to say that I'm concerned about running cpu intensive programs in this case because it makes cooling less efficient.

u/yokens · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

There are plenty of cases like that. Just go to Amazon and search for Nexus 7 cases and you'll see plenty of selection.

I personally use this one. It felt a tiny bit bulky when I first got it, but now that I'm used to it, it feels fine and I'm quite fine of it.

u/sri745 · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

Ah perfect timing OP. I was just looking at cases online. Here are the ones I was considering:

  1. Moko Ultra Slim Lightweight
  2. Poetic Slimbook Leather Case

u/Solarux · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

That Nillkin looks pretty bad in my opinion. Could just be the pictures though.

I like the looks of the second one but in the first picture, it doesn't seem to provide any corner protection - I'd be weary of that. Again, could just be the picture. Perhaps someone who owns either one of these cases could chime in.

I just received this MoKo case yesterday. I like it pretty well. It gives just enough coverage without covering the bezel.

u/work543 · 2 pointsr/Nexus7
u/superherowithnopower · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

Though I've noticed prices are going up a bit. When I ordered my case, it was only $2.99 + shipping; now it's up to $12.99 (with free Prime shipping, if you get that). Still, Amazon shows a list price of $39.00, so you're still getting a good deal.

u/Max_W_ · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

Here's another one you missed:

MoKo - Slim $5.97 (different style of cover than the one /u/Chezzabe listed)

u/SketchyMcSketch · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

i picked up this one. love the tri-fold stand feature and thin design. they say it's available august 10th, but i put in the order today and it now says "shipping soon". so they'll probably ship earlier than stated.

u/Link2999 · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

Damn. I just bought 3. (You save on shipping if you buy more than one). Cost me $10.93.

Edit: Now they're a penny. Can't automatically cancel, but I sent an email and ordered them again for a penny each. Total came to like $7.99.

Edit 2: Cancelled my first order as of 2pm EDT. I also put in another order for another case at $3, so I paid $10 for 4 cases. Great deal! (Cases are back up to 99cents by the way)

u/Beeslo · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

Nothing beats my Moko case. This thing is insanely well made. Includes a magnet so that the Nexus 7 turns off and on whenever you open it. Completely secures the tablet in it without surrounding it all around with the case material things to six appropriately placed holders. An elastic band helps secure the case in the completely open style, where it has a similar hand hold in the back as the Snugg. And the elastic band can be used to hold the tablet in a secure stand configuration although you can set it up easily in its stand configuration without it. I don't doubt this other case is good as well, but the Moko does everything its does but better and it looks really good as well.

u/Kat-320 · 2 pointsr/EDC

That's actually this case with a vinyl sticker I put on myself. I got the sticker from a convention, but you can get one here as well.

u/ABebout · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. I believe I know what episode is your favorite, because it too is mine! Episode 18 of Season 2, titled Brush with Greatness!
  2. My favorite character is most likely Mr. Burns, because he's so.. schemey. And skinny! HAHAH!
  3. Here is the item I'd like. :)
  4. If you need me, I'll be in the refrigerator.
u/dcpDarkMatter · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

I picked up the MoKo case; seems to work pretty well. Lots of different colors and only ~16 USD from Amazon. Adds maybe 3/8ths to 1/2 inch to the thickness when closed.

u/civiltribe · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

I got one of the MoKo cases, seems great so far. It's currently going for $15 plus shipping but I preordered so it came out to under $12 after shipping.

u/banjoman05 · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

Then the 2013 N7 is probably your best bet. Try to find a 2013 though, it's quite an upgrade over the 2012 and not worth saving a few dollars.

My reason for the Nvidia upgrade was Gamestreaming, better controller support (I like the Shield's controller more than a DS3), slightly larger screen, etc... I'd recommend picking up this case if you get a N7. I had the same type for my 2012 and 2013 tabs.

u/trickjarrett · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

Also they are offering a few other case designs. I prefer this style cover:

u/BluegrassGeek · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

I used a Poetic Slimline. Not perfect, but it worked well enough for me.

u/linknight · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

These Poetic Slimline cases are really nice. I got one of them when they were like $5. Really high quality feel to them.

u/LordRandy · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

This exact same thing happened to me ~2 weeks ago. I heard OfficeMax had them on sale, so I gave my local branch a call. The manager at OfficeMax said they were no longer getting shipments of the N7, but that I could buy their display model for $130. When I got there the tablet was powered off and wouldn't turn on. I had him charge the device and returned after work to check it out.

The device powered up and was still running Android 4.4.1 so it clearly hadn't been used in a while. I used a lens wipe to clean the screen and was happy to see it was completely scratch free. The manager told me they rarely sold tablets at their store, and that he hadn't seen the N7 used in ~6 months. I was able to haggle him down to $100, and bought a 2-year unlimited warranty for an extra $15.

When i got the device home I factory reset it and it has been running flawlessly. I also purchased [This case] ( because I heard the spontaneous screen cracking could be due to the chassis of the device flexing. With the case and the $15 2-year warranty I feel very secure about owning this device, despite it being a display model.

TL;DR: Call your local OfficeMax, they may have a display model they will sell you on the cheap. Also ask about warranty opportunities!

u/slow_as_light · 2 pointsr/EDC

Poetic case. It's nice-- I like having the hall magnet in the case. It fits perfectly in the front pocket of my bag. I've carried it around for eight months or so and it looks new.

u/Diogee19 · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

I purchased

I'm quite happy with it for just $13.

u/skubiszm · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

I got this Poetic one. I love the smart cover rip off. Slim, sleek and great looking.

u/bhigh · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

I have the Poetic Slimline case.

It's held up well so far, and works with my Qi charger. (LG WCP-300).

u/SilentRhetoric · 2 pointsr/TheSilphArena

I am using this one:

MEKO Universal Stylus,[2 in 1 Precision Series] Disc Stylus Touc...

u/SharkFalcon · 2 pointsr/chromeos

I looked at the Samsung Plus/Pro Chromebook but I heard mixed reviews on the keyboard and travel distance between the keys. My currently Asus Tf700 with the keyboard has great travel and I love it, so I'm making a safe assumption that this one is good too.

As for writing on the screen on my current Asus TF700, I've learned to deal with lack of palm rejection. i bought a Meko Stylus on Amazon and it's worked very well so far. The only difficult thing is writing fast as I can't write fast since my wrist is floating. Otherwise, it's not too bad at all.

The Pixelbook does seem to be a price hike. I looked in their subreddit and I haven't seen too many controversial reviews but some have some bugs here and there. If it goes on special Black Friday I may consider the lower tier one as I don't need more than 128GB of storage.

u/TotableCorpse · 2 pointsr/samsung
u/Durzaka · 2 pointsr/pokemongo

The number one thing you want to avoid is a rubber tipped stylus. They are garbage for actual touch sensitivity and smoothness of use.

Im not sure if having a Galaxy S8 will affect your choices significantly, but this is what i got for my Google Pixel at the start of this year:

its phenomenal. It glides effortlessly across my screen, has great accuracy, and comes with a carrying case (that holds both of them) in case you dont want to keep the pen alone in your pocket.

Just for example, I bought it to play Tsum Tsums, which is a rapid match 3+ game but with gravity, and the accuracy has been great for that so it should work just fine for PoGO.

u/xerschia · 2 pointsr/TsumTsum


This is what I ended up getting and I shared one with my boyfriend who also loves it. Nice rating, not too expensive for a 3 pack + replacements, and I looked through their reviews to see a few who recommended it for tsum tsums :)

The other one I considered was this: It also had tsum tsum players in its reviews, but I've seen people on this Reddit with concerns that the disc could scratch your screen.

The stylus is definitely awkward to get used to at first and I'm going to look into a cheap rubber grip for the barrel but I don't think I'll ever go back to using my finger.

u/Rainsoakedpuppy · 2 pointsr/stylus

I tend to hear a lot about the Adonit Jot styli when looking at such things for capacitive screens. Products like this one:
It looks like there are knock off brands with the same style too:

u/dragon_rckr · 2 pointsr/lgv20

Any "universal" stylus should work. This one seems to be very popular on Amazon.

u/lizisit27 · 2 pointsr/digitalarts

Highly recommend MEKO
I used to use those cheap rubber tipped styluses and they would tear eventually, these have a micro metal fiber tip of some sort and a finer tip option. They have worked beautiful for me so far- I use an iPad for my drawing.

u/diophan · 2 pointsr/TheSilphRoad

I use the spherical metal mesh tips which come with and it works quite well.

u/mantenner · 2 pointsr/iosgaming

Ive been using the official sony one (Sony GCM10), works amazingly. The suction works great and the clip holds it securely.

u/Alaseth · 2 pointsr/AndroidGaming

I use a Sony GCM10 PS4 for my ps4 controller. Dont know if it works with ps3 thoug. I live in sweden and dont know if it is availible elsewere.

u/houmi · 2 pointsr/PS4

I have tried Remote play with:

  • Vita + L2/R2/L3/R3 Grip
  • PSTV
  • Xperia Z3 tablet compact + DS4 + Game Mount
  • PC + DS4

    In terms of usage, I use the PC the most followed by Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact + DS4. But they all work...

    In terms of ease of use / portability, I'd say it's a toss up between Tablet/DS4/Mount & Vita then PC (Laptop) + DS4. Vita isn't bad, but the screen is too small for my taste for remote play, and the grip, even though helps to add extra buttons, isn't as natural as using the DS4.
u/shiddoni · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

Bought me one of these last year. Great novelty value for people that come over, but not very practical.

u/TheUsernameMeans · 2 pointsr/surface4

I'm an engineering student with mine and I have the Kensington Black Belt case for it. Keeps it safe from all the scuffs from the machinery and drops from tables.

I had the urban armor gear one for awhile, but noticed it had ventilation problems due to a form of heat dissipation seems to exist behind the devices' built in kickstand. Also the UAG case has a kickstand with only 4 positions and the cord used to keep the type cover in place broke after 4 months of use.

The Kensington case allows you to use the built in kickstand and is just a better quality built case all around in my opinion

I bought mine on amazon for around $50 but it's the same price bracket MSRP as the

Source: Owned both cases, more in love with the Kensington.

u/thebigbug · 2 pointsr/Surface

From light scratches? Yes. Drops? No. And while protecting from scratches may help it keep an aesthetically pleasing look, protecting from drops keeps the device usable in most situations where you'd otherwise have a broken screen or device.

I ended up getting this case for mine. Doesn't block the built-in stand so you can keep using that, it has a strap on the back to make it easier to hold with one hand, a place to put the pen that makes it much harder to lose it, and a little rubber thing at the top to hold the keyboard to the screen to keep it together when moving around. Very much worth it IMO.

u/chippewhattha · 1 pointr/vinyl

Seconding what nevermind said about contacting needledoctor. It's only slightly more to replace the whole cartridge with a modern option, like these, all 1/2" standard carts:


Shure M97xE


This will help you get it all lined up easily

And a small screwdriver set, needle-nose pliers, and you're good to go. The two screws on the top of the headshell let you remove the cartridge assembly and adjust its position when you put the new cart on.

u/MrRobogoat · 1 pointr/audiophile

I have a Technics SL-D2, and I am looking for a cartridge upgrade. Right now it has a 681EEE, an older model too. Should I just grab a new needle for that and call it a day, or would one of these be a better choice?

u/ghick · 1 pointr/vinyl

I've had problems with Grado cartridges because they are unshielded. They get a hum from the Turntable motor. Don't know why Grado does this.

I like Grado cans, but disappointed with the carts. Moved on to a Shure M97xE

u/hirschmj · 1 pointr/audiophile

Most good vintage stuff has been mentioned on some audio forum somewhere and discussed by a few folks who owned it in the past or present. If there's no mentions, it's probably worth being lost to history, but a lot of that old stuff has a following. People will say when stuff's crap. I'm using a $50 stylus on an old direct drive Denon turntable my mom gave me. Most turntables that show up on CL are ex-DJ setups but there's quality home stuff that pops up pretty often from kids clearing out their grandparent's and parent's stuff.

u/inkmathematics · 1 pointr/vinyl

Pfrancisco, I am new to the Shure M97xE and I purchased this cartridge after reading many reviews claiming this to be the best cartridge available for under a $100. Do you disagree? I will get a different cartridge next time around, but for right now, I'd say the m97xE hits the mark. Check out these reviews:

u/Eagletron · 1 pointr/vinyl

I don't think you got hosed.

You can get a new cartridge, just google what fits. Popular and under $100 new cartridges are [Shure M97xE] ( along with audio technica
You will need to adjust the anti-skating if you put a new cartridge on there, it's easy and the new cart will tell you what to set it too. The TL:dr on anti-skating is it keeps the needle in the very center of the groove.

u/franks_futura · 1 pointr/FrankOcean

I got this one

Shure M97xE High-Performance Magnetic Phono Cartridge

u/dalexisflexis · 1 pointr/vinyl

anyone with a Thorens TD166 MKii use the Shure M97xE cartridge? would that fit?

u/checkerdamic · 1 pointr/vinyl

All cartridges come with 4 wires unless they are a P-Mount or a super cheap cartridge, don't worry about that. If he's obsessed with Shure cartridges go for the Mx97e for about $100. The Shure V15 (numerous models) were good cartridges that were produced for decades (1960s until mid-2000s) so those might be what your father is looking for, but they are no longer made.

u/Quinn474 · 1 pointr/vinyl
u/Z3ROGRAV1TYx · 1 pointr/vinyl
  1. Is this compatible with my turntable? Shure M97xE. Looks like a viable option for the price.

  2. I didn't mean stacking mat's.. I meant removing the silicon one, and putting on the Cork mat when playing the 33's. When I then want to play the 45's (Rarely), I put on the stock silicon mat (Swap them out).. So the sensor doesn't detect it as a 33.

  3. How do I determine what I need for my anti-skate. (I didn't see it on the chart, but I may have missed it or gotten confused)

  4. As for markings, all I can see is "Stanton 680EE", on the opposite side I see, "D680". That is all I see.
u/Dandw12786 · 1 pointr/vinyl

Well, that depends. Many people here swear by going used. I'd probably be among them, but after scouring my local Craigslist and pawn & thrift shops in my area, I decided it wasn't worth my time and the money I was dumping on gas everyday and just ordered a brand new one. I'd recommend at least checking out craigslist before jumping to a new table. There is a great guide in the sidebar called "The Cheap Setup Thread". Take a look, it has some GREAT info.

If you want to go new, there are quite a few options:
For bottom of the barrel in price and functionality, there is the AudioTechnica LP-60. This is pretty bare bones, and not a lot of people recommend it. It's about $90 on Amazon right now, but I've seen it anywhere from $70 to $120.

The pros are: it's cheap, automatic (hit play and the tone arm will lift up and set down on your record), and has a built in preamp, so you can just plug into any receiver or even a pair of computer speakers and go. There's a little bundle with the player, a small t-amp, and pair of halfway decent bookshelf speakers on amazon for $170 under the "Frequently bought together" part of the page.

Cons: A few. I had this for about a month and returned it to Amazon because I was unhappy. It's a halfway decent table, but has no adjustable counterweight and no upgradable parts. It is what it is. If you have a record in fine shape, it'll play it just fine. If your record is a bit scuffed, or maybe pressed a bit off center (as was the case with a couple I had), the sucker will skip and skip to no end. When this happens on a regular table, sometimes you can adjust the counterweight and fix the problem. That's not an option here, if you've got a bad record, you're stuck.

Next level up would be the LP-120 from AudioTechnica. This is what I've got. I upgraded the cartridge right away with the Shure M97xe since the stock cartridge requires a pretty heavy tracking force. This is the next model up from AudioTechnica, and it's miles better, but it's over three times the price if you want to upgrade the cartridge. However, you've got a lot more room to upgrade, adjustable counterweight and anti-skate, and still a built in preamp so you can plug into whatever receiver you have, or again, even just a pair of computer speakers. Still not a lot of love for this guy here, but pretty much everyone here, when pressed, will admit that it's a way better option than the LP60, and will admit that it's not a total waste of money.

The last one I've heard a lot about (but have no experience with) is the Pro-Ject Debut. From what I hear, this sucker is awesome right out of the box, no need to mess with cartridges or anything. I don't think this has a built in preamp (I could be wrong), so you'd need a receiver with a phono input or a separate phono preamp, which you can find on amazon for around $20.

In short, you get more out of a turntable with either more money (when buying new) or more effort (when buying used). Check out the sidebar guides and search /r/vinyl for previous discussions, as mine is by no means an exhaustive list, simply two tables I have experience with and one I've heard great things about.

Enjoy! And by all means, if your Crosley isn't driving you insane, stick with that for awhile and save up/look around and get what you want. Take it from me, if you settle for something less than you want, you'll regret it later.

u/solomon_pale · 1 pointr/vinyl

The cartridge is gonna be your main upgrade. The actual circuitry in the TT is pretty minimal; the sound quality is mainly controlled by the cartridge your use.

Shure, Audio-Technica, Grado, Denon, Ortofon and others offer a selection of Cartridges for a range of budgets. Amazon is selling the Shure M97xE for about 1/3 of list price right now, so you may want to check that out.

The other things that make a good tt a good tt are not really upgradeable (shock mounting, weight etc). Tonearms can be upgraded, but this is only really worth doing with very high-end equipment.

u/yellow_defender · 1 pointr/vinyl

My first setup was a Luxman PX-99 which was cheap (I paid $40 on CL) direct drive, and bulletproof. It was solid for what I needed it to do. As others have said here, be prepared to shell out a little $$ for a nice cartridge if you want to get serious. I recommend the Shure M97xE as a good place to start. If you have the dough, check out the Music Hall and Pro-Ject tables, and in my opinion, you'll be hard pressed to find a turntable more solid than the Technics 1200 series, but be prepared to shell out some coin. Stay away from the new bargain models, such as Crosleys, as you do get what you pay for and you can easily find something much better for the same price on Craigslist or ebay.

u/poomonkey405 · 1 pointr/vinyl

I just got this in on my new Ebay Turntable. I am new to the nice records world having just upgraded from an ION USB. Is this a decent cart that I should just replace the stylus on, or should I go for the whole shebang new cart and all?

Or should I just go with this one?

I have figured out it is an Audio-Technica cart. Not sure of the model, but any opinions would be helpful.

u/glorious_bastard · 1 pointr/vinyl

He's in luck the Shure actually on sale, which puts it ahead of the 2M for that reason alone:

u/TheSavs · 1 pointr/vinyl

I need help...(scroll down for TL:DR) My turntable needs to get louder and have more low end. My receiver is usually blaring when gaming or watching TV at "-10 db" however when I play my turn table at the same setting it is quieter. Not silent or really low mind you, but not quite as loud. When I turn up my receiver higher to compensate it will eventually go into protection mode and turn itself off (no bueno, I know).

Here is my setup:

Turntable: Technics SL-1300
Cartridge: Shure M97xE
Receiver: Denon AVR-391
Pre-Amp: Behringer PP400


Front Bookshelf Speakers: Panasonic SP-BS22-LR
Rear Speakers: Polk TL1
Center Speaker: Polk TL1 Center
Woofer: Pioneer SW-8MK

So, as you can see, for speakers I have a 5.1 speaker set up. I can run my turntable in Pro Logic, Multi-Channel Stereo, Stereo, Direct (whatever that means), Virtual, and DTS Neo. I am not really sure what would be best but I would like to use a setting that also uses my subwoofer as it is it's own powered speaker. Is that ok for the receiver to split it into Pro Logic or something else from the analog signal or not? As far as my connection I have the RCA cord coming from my pre-amp and connected to my "Dock" RCA input which is 1 of 3 RCA inputs on my receiver (Dock, Sat, DVD). Also my turntable is grounded to my preamp.

I am at a loss of what to do as it's never quite loud enough for my liking. I don't need it to be breaking windows but I would like to be able to rock out once and awhile.

TL:DR I guess what I'm asking is what setting should my Receiver be on and would a new pre-amp increase my volume?

u/ic2drop · 1 pointr/vinyl

Everything I have looked into store wise around San Antonio is pretty slim on the pickings. Austin probably has a better variety and selection, as it is more of a "hip and cool" town. Looking around online, vinyl seems to range from severely expensive to suspectfully cheap. If I can avoid buying online, I will.

The console is a wonderful idea, I think, but your correct that shipping costs + console costs would be better spent on the system itself. Honestly, it is more of the final piece that would be purchased after anything else. I would rather have a system that I am proud of that fit to a console, than have a system that fits a console before developing it's sound. The designer who makes it can also make it to spec, as they are hand crafted, and said he can go up to 36" in height for speakers.

In regards to that cartridge, my friend also recommended this as a replacement. He mentioned it would have better tone, lifespan, and be easier on the records themselves.

Collecting the proper amp, pre-amp, speakers, and turntable itself are certainly taking a front seat to all of this. It's just been so long since I've been in the audio game that it feels like I have learn it all over again.

Delayed Edit: My cousin has this Denon amp that he is willing to throw my direction. Everything I read about it though talks about the home theater aspects. Thoughts?

u/VinylNoob · 1 pointr/vinyl

Another question: The 1242 has a Shure cartridge. Are all shure cartridges decent or are there some crappy ones out there? Id probably want a new needle right? How much do those cost?

Should I consider just buying this from the get-go? :

...told you I was a noob

u/cynthiadangus · 1 pointr/vinyl
u/DirtyB02 · 1 pointr/DaftPunk

What is your local craigslist? I can look around for you. The best luck I had though was going to pawnshops. If you do go the used way then you will have to buy a new needle. I have this one and it sounds great and is pretty cheap.

Also you should put a post over in /r/vinyl, they know way more than I do. And here is a nice article on buying a turntable for cheap.

u/manbot_9000 · 1 pointr/vinyl

If the tip of the stylus broke off, you are correct in thinking that you can replace just the stylus without replacing the whole cartridge. Have you thought about upgrading a bit?

Most / a lot of people start out with one of these, a pretty great cartridge for all-around listening and easy to get installed and everything.

u/30_percent_better · 1 pointr/vinyl

> m97xe is garbage

Lol. It's highly regarded in the audiophile community.

Poor little guy. Throwing a temper tantrum. It's ok. I'm shure all that happened. lol

u/the_skyis_falling · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


Thanks for the contest!

u/erynsmom · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

i think this is pretty cool this

u/7dare · 1 pointr/gaming

I've got a stylus. And it works. And it looks just like any other stylus.

u/DigitalChocobo · 1 pointr/Android

What is the stylus like for the Note? I know that there capacitive stylii (sp?) like this that can be used even on phones that aren't intended to have a stylus.

Does the Note stylus work differently, or do the buttons and the screen not detect contact in the same way?

u/TomMelee · 1 pointr/Nexus7

I bought these based on the reviews. I literally can't even get the nexus to pick up that I'm using it. Is there a trick to using a stylus?

They look just like all the other cheapy bubbly ended styli.

edit: I figured it out. They only work if I'm touching the very bottom ring, apparently conduction isn't happening from the pen body down. I pulled off the nub and the ring, twisted out all the extra rubber, and put it back together. It works. It's goddamn thin and hard to hold. Not recommended.

u/lahlahlahliz · 1 pointr/AmazonUnder5

I waited around to see if anyone was going to try. Guess not so I did.

1 - One Pack of Shocking Gum, Funny Shock Gag

( the original listing is $1.45 but click on the "USED & NEW (40) FROM $0.75 + FREE Shipping" link and there's one for $0.75 with free shipping.

2 - $1.00 3 pcs Aqua Blue/Black/Red Capacitive Stylus

3 - $1.20 Generic Touch Stylus Pen 12-Pieces Multi colored

4 - $1.25 Mel Bay Bass Chords Pocketbook

5 - $1.08 Fun with Japanese Animals Stencils (Dover Stencils)

u/squishybuggles · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

My daughter really wants a new stylus for her Kindle.

It will be mine, oh yes, it will be mine.

u/cyberafi · 1 pointr/GalaxyNexus

I bought these.
Super cheap and they've been working very well.

u/kormer · 1 pointr/ipad

I ordered the ones below, should be here any day now.

u/vmax77 · 1 pointr/hackintosh

Its similar to this one

u/Twinguin · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

It's a neat idea as it protects the board while travelling as well.

But for the time being, I stick to this as it is foldable and really light.

u/Kleivonen · 1 pointr/ultrawidemasterrace

That's what I use, although I believe they just came out with a new type c version. (MB168C+ I think). To connect it to the surface, I just use a USB cable. When connecting it to my desktop, I use the USB ports on the side of my monitor.

It doesn't have any screws for VESA mounts unfortunately, so you'd need a clamp style if you want to elevate it. The included case acts as a stand, but that takes up too much desk space, so I use one of these:

Keep in mind, these USB monitors will lower your battery life. I usually only use it when I'm able to plug my SP4 in somewhere.

u/streakermaximus · 1 pointr/Gunpla

I use this stand from Amazon, it's intended for tablets.

u/self-assigned · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Dear CNET, buy one of these and SHADAP!

u/Pawprintjj · 1 pointr/StarlightStage

I put my Galaxy S10+ on one of these and then I use my index fingers.

u/PnutbutterandJelly · 1 pointr/Nexus7
u/The_Comma_Splicer · 1 pointr/technology

This is what I've got for a portable secondary monitor and it's fricking great. It's powered by the USB cable so you don't have to plug it in to a power outlet. Works great with this stand, though you can use the case for the monitor as a stand as well.

u/ActuaIButT · 1 pointr/gamecollecting

Not sure if it would negatively affect how the disc based systems function, but some kind of raised-in-the-back, angled shelf display in each cubby would be a cool option to both eliminate some of that negative space and feature the full design of each console better. Something like this or this. Or you could even make your own out of wood.

u/SolidSonicTH · 1 pointr/gpdwin

For now I'll use this as a solution.

Not the best thing ever but as long as I have the stand with me, it'll suffice. At least this will allow me to sit it on things that might be soft (like a pillow).

If you're curious, this is what it is (nothing fancy). I tried using something a little taller but I couldn't get the body to sit on it properly so this will work.

u/Happymeal88 · 1 pointr/Battletops

Its a stand for a tablet but it worked fine for my midi keyboard.

u/parkerlewis · 1 pointr/ipad

I've been happy with the generic AmazonBasics tablet stand for around 9 bucks.

u/bicx · 1 pointr/pics
u/GunFishin · 1 pointr/Nexus7

I bought this one for near nothing when it was on sale. It's perfect.

u/MahoganyIsGreat · 1 pointr/kindafunny

I bought this one recently and it's changed my life.

AmazonBasics Capacitive Stylus Pen for Touchscreen Devices Including Kindle Fire, Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab - Black

u/hunter_finn · 1 pointr/pokemongo

I'm not sure about the "special stylus pens for galaxy note phones as i never have had on.

What i meaned were those cheap capacitive stylus pens Like this one

However I can't say how stiff or soft that tip is, so it is up to you to test it out with your phone.

Even though, thought of trying to hit anything better than nice curve balls with those pens sounds crazy at first. With stiff enough pen that can do reliably repeatable movements, you soon will notice that you can hit more excellent curve balls than with your fingers.

u/switchbladecross · 1 pointr/nintendo

The DS screen [like a lot of POS systems] is resistive, so it works when top layer of the screen it deformed by pressure to touch the next layer of the screen. This means it can work with anything applying pressure, including a stick of plastic, which is all the DS stylus is.

The Switch screen [like most modern smart phones] is capacitive. So it works by an electrode layer detecting the resistance of what touches it. So you need something like a finger, or Capacitive Stylus. These could easily be packed in with a game. Hell, they'd fit in a standard game case.

u/r_sarvas · 1 pointr/androidtablets

I had a Dragon Touch X10 for about a year until it died (honestly, it never worked right from day one). From what I remember, it didn't have any modern stylus technology, so you'd be limited to drawing with a cheap, fat, non-pressure sensitive capacitive stylus like this...

Buying a Bluetooth drawing stylus wouldn't really work because while it would be able to report pressure sensitivity via bluetooth, your device would lack the position circuitry needed by a Wacom (and S-Pen), Microsoft N-Trig pen, or Apple Pencil compatible stylus.

u/zakabog · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

> The touchscreen is working, except for writing with your finger.

What specifically is happening? Is the cursor jumping all over the place? Can you drag windows around on the touchscreen? If that works, then there's nothing wrong with the screen and it might simply be whatever software it is that you're "signing" in. Try something like MS Paint and see if you can draw in that, if you can write your initials in that software then your touchscreen is working normally, if you're having an issue writing then it might be something with your finger, try using a stylus to write with and see if that works.

u/IllTryToReadComments · 1 pointr/SuggestALaptop

> capacitive stylus

Oh sorry I didn't make it clear, I wanted the pen support to also be pressure sensitive. I did research on this and found that capacitive stylus were just basic stylus.

u/jhutchi2 · 1 pointr/MarioMaker

This might work. Amazon Basics stuff is usually solid and it's 8 bucks so if it turns out to not be great then it's a pretty small investment.

u/Fatwall · 1 pointr/DragaliaLost

Shortly before this game came out, I purchased a stylus from Amazon ( ). I didn't end up using it until I'd started playing DL, and found my finger was getting tired from all the tapping. The stylus works great on my Pixel, and I couldn't recommend it enough for this, as well as other games. It also keeps my finger from obscuring the screen as much, which in DL can make me not see a danger zone.

I've been told by other people that I don't look like I'm playing a game when I'm using it. People have just assumed I'm doing something important or work-related on my phone, so I guess that's an added perk I hadn't expected.

I have tested the stylus on an iPhone and a Samsung Galaxy and found those screens to be less responsive, at least when typing using it. If you are interested in a stylus, I'd make sure to do some research to make sure the one you're considering is compatible with your phone.

u/jrh3k5 · 1 pointr/Nexus7
u/jackruby83 · 1 pointr/Nexus10

I recently did a continuing education program (~200 pages) with about 120 assessment questions. Using ezPDF as the reader, and an amPen stylus (, I was able to highlight with reasonable accuracy and mark up the PDF with handdrawn circles/arrows, although I would suggest a more fine tip stylus for good note taking since the width of a standard stylus isn't really too much better than a carefully maneuvered finger. I haven't tried it, but the Adonit Jot Pro has some good reviews (, and came recommended by folks on this subreddit, but it was a bit pricy. For note taking during class, I don't know how happy you'd be with note taking from any tablet though, IMHO.

u/Kryoskadi · 1 pointr/PuzzleAndDragons

This is the PAD Su-pen but as you can see it's pretty pricey.

This is the one I was saying, amPen Hybrid Stylus.

u/fytdk0117 · 1 pointr/PuzzleAndDragons

I use this one on my Nexus 7. Tip is kinda big, but seems like reviewers like it just fine for their phones.

u/Anileda · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

I use this case for my iPhone 6, and I clip this stylus to the outside of it. It looks like a little notebook (as in paper) and I love it.

No tablets or anything else yet, but I like things to be both cute and functional. I would likely never buy the brick "lifeproof" cases because to me they're clunky.

For what it's worth, Tory Burch's "prettifying" of the FitBit has made me consider actually buying one of the things!

u/xtremedeo · 1 pointr/tablets

Considering that you would be doing educational subjects, would recommend you get a windows tablet or windows compatible. Yea the Tab s2 is a much better choice than the a series. Battery life, gb ram which can run more apps, better processor, can upgrade to the latest os which marshmallow 6.0.[Youtube review video of 9.7] ( Best you get the [samsung galaxy tab s2 9.7 version] ( because the 9.7 has a wider screen which would be a better choice since you would be taking notes and also has sufficient battery life to faciliate it. I would recommend you get the [am pen stylus] ( for it.

u/hentercenter · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I could really use this to help me draw. :)

Strawberry Bubblegum

Thanks for the contest!

u/Mister-S · 1 pointr/Android

Check out this one.

The tip is made of something different than the usual stylus material, so it slides across the N7 screen more easily than anything else I've used. Also, it's >$10

u/LittleHelperRobot · 1 pointr/TsumTsum

Non-mobile: I bought this one from Amazon

^That's ^why ^I'm ^here, ^I ^don't ^judge ^you. ^PM ^/u/xl0 ^if ^I'm ^causing ^any ^trouble. ^WUT?

u/trentaicedcoffee · 1 pointr/PuzzleAndDragons

I finally bought one of these last week:

It's much smoother and the pen doesn't need to be nearly vertical in order to work like the regular rubber tip ones. I would definitely suggest a knit/microfiber one, just like everyone else seems to be recommending.

u/hitcho12 · 1 pointr/ipad

I use this.

I have a precision stylus that was more expensive than this one, but I found that it scratches the screen. I love the smoothness of the one I linked you, and for the price, you just can't beat it.,

u/misschae · 1 pointr/ipad

I have an amPen Hybrid Stylus, and I really like it!

It does seem like it'd break if someone were to put too much pressure on the tip, but so far, I haven't had any problems with responding to the touch-screen.

u/Sxcred · 1 pointr/college

You can keep searching for hard tip stylus' but you are probably not going to find one, I'd recommend looking for a compatible stylus with the smallest tip.

People recommend this one:

u/Buckwheat469 · 1 pointr/computers

Any capacitive touch pen should work just fine. Go for quality and compatibility, not because it says "Lenovo". Also, that Best Buy employee is most likely mentally handicapped.

As background, I own a Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro and Yoga 900, and I wouldn't buy a Lenovo pen unless the reviews gave it five stars and it made my wife jealous.

Edit: Aside from the joke answer, here's a person asking the same question and some answers. Here's a pen that someone in the thread says is "amazing" with the Yoga.

u/aboutApint · 1 pointr/Surface

I use this one:

I don't keep it on 24-7 but if I'm taking the surface out of the house I put it on for protection.

u/pootinmypants · 1 pointr/Surface

The only one I know of is this:

I bought that one a while ago, but I had an issue with it due to the positions of the magnets (they've since fixed it). The magnets were located such that the type cover would stop functioning which was very frustrating.

From what I remember, it added several positions and was much easier to find the position you wanted than this Freedom Case since it just slid from one to the other.

p.s. I just noticed that the amazon link has the word BOOBY in it ;)

u/eilrymist · 1 pointr/Surface

Logitech has some really nice ones on amazon. They range from $20 to $80. I've heard that the best one is the K810 that has back lighting. However, even their $20 ones I've heard type extremely well. I plan on reading more reviews. While the K810 is nice, for me, I'd rather get a nice mechanical gaming keyboard for that price.

As for the case, was a nice looking one to me because of the stylus holder. Seemed convenient to me. There's another one that is more than half the price, but some people had fitting issues in the reviews. I'm debating on what to get right now as well, so if you find something interesting let me know!

u/japdot · 1 pointr/Surface

This is the one that I have. I believe they have an updated one with a holder for the pen and a larger opening at the bottom.

u/angelspirit · 1 pointr/Surface
u/srslyomgwtf · 1 pointr/Surface

Thus far I have ordered the following:

Type Cover 2

screen protector

64gb mem card

extra power supply so I can leave one at work

extra pen in case i lose it

This portfolio cover

usb 3.0 hub for travel (I already have a usb dock for work)

u/Insaniaksin · 1 pointr/Nexus7

I don't have either of these cases, but I've been looking into one of them trying to decide which one I like more. I'm probably going to get the first one, along with this one which someone already posted, but it has the faux leather. I'll decide which one I like better from there.

Personally, this one looks better and I would prefer this one

I found this one first, but i'm not a big fan of the shiny X on the back

u/boothroyd917 · 1 pointr/Nexus7

I ordered all three kinds, it was $7.99 for all three styles.

Only differences I'm seeing between them are how the kickstand works and how much of the bezel is actually covered. But considering it's $4.99 for one or $7.99 for all three, I figured I can try them out and then either sell them or hang on to them in case one breaks.

u/eldred2 · 1 pointr/Nexus7

I've been using this Moko Stand case for quite some time, and am very pleased with it.

u/portezbie · 1 pointr/Nexus7

Sorry, I'm not sure. I have a moko case on my nexus. It is made out of plastic and fake leather.

u/roboticrad · 1 pointr/Nexus7

Is it this one?

I'm considering it but white seems to be out of stock for another week :/

u/dregan · 1 pointr/Nexus7

Ouch! More than double the height. Don't do that to your Nexus, try this one. I have the same case for my N10 and it is fantastic.

u/goletaal · 1 pointr/Nexus7

It's this one. Looks like it's only $10 now.

u/Salomon3068 · 1 pointr/Android

When i was looking, nothing really stood out to me either, so i went for function over style. These ones from moko come in a ton of colors and work the same way as the ipad tri-fold cases, for a fraction of the price. It was the best i could find for the price, and i spent a bit of time looking. Best of luck to ya!

u/thedudemeistre · 1 pointr/Nexus7

Well, you're in luck! They are. Its only a dollar but its $5 shipping. It will also ship on 8/23. So it's really a preorder for now but still.

u/bemon · 1 pointr/Nexus7
u/andymakk · 1 pointr/hardwareswap

I have a second gen (2013) Nexus 7 16gb Black that I might be persuaded to part with.

It is 100% mint condition, put a screen protector on it immediately after purchase, been in a case its whole life, and never dropped or abused in any way.

Hell I even have the original box kicking around. $140 shipped with the case and screen protector.

Case can be found here,

u/hipstergrandpa · 1 pointr/Nexus7

I think the nice thing about vanilla android devices in general is that they're a nice blank slate for developers to use (as far as I understand). I'd leave the whole version part to her, but usually people will want the latest and greatest, so in this case Lollipop. To be honest, I'd leave all of the customization up to her if you're not certain. More than half the fun of owning an Android table/phone is being able to customize it yourself in every detail.

However, one thing: get her a case if you haven't done so already. I use this one. I accidentally dropped the 1st gen one on its face and shattered the screen. This case is great because it can be a stand and protects the screen pretty well. Plus, the company is amazing as they replaced mine for free and let me keep the old case when the elastic band snapped.

Sorry for rambling, but hope you figure out what you want to do. She'll love it either way I can guarantee.

u/binkocd · 1 pointr/Nexus7

I bought the MoKo Slim Fit (link at bottom) and it has elasitc instead of a magnet. I am going to say that it can be cumbersome and the elastic hangs over the screen, since the bezel isn't that wide. I am not sure, however, if there are any technical (n7) considerations that need to be made, i.e. would mess with locking, etc. Would be interested in knowing.

u/drmacinyasha · 1 pointr/Android

So here's what I can help with:

> 1.) I’ll need to buy a 128GB SD card for the phone. From a real OEM, for reliability sake. And keep copies of all the media for the SD card elsewhere (cloud, harddrive)

Google Play Music (with or without All Access) has you covered for that music management. You can just download your library to the SD card with ease from within the app, and let it sit and download over Wi-Fi/LTE (whoo, unlimited data!) for a while. Dropbox or Google Drive have you covered for just about everything else.

> 2.) I’ll need to purchase a wireless charging compatible back for the phone. This is a bit of an issue for me, are there official options for this yet?

From a few minutes of Googling, it looks like LG has their quick circle case, but you can probably find an alternative on Amazon or eBay.

> 3.) QI chargers, seems like any cheap well-reviewed one will do

Bingo. It's a standard, like USB. Since I have a Nexus 5 and 7, I love the official Nexus wireless charger (magnets are strong enough to hold up the N5 if the charger is mounted on the side of a computer, wall, wherever). I've also got the Nokia DT-900 and DT-910 as my bedside chargers (900 for the N5, 910 for the N7 which practically makes it into a mini TV or an excellent night clock). AirDock has me covered in the car with the Nexus 5 (again, magnets ftw!)

> 4.) Planning on a DBrand Black Titanium Skin for the phone. I am not sure this will work with the wireless charging back

Shouldn't. You can put on a hard case or the like. Qi will typically go through up to about 1/4 to 1/2 an inch of case depending on your charger. I've got a case on my Nexus 7 and it charges through it just fine.

> 5.) Extra batteries from ZeroLemon/Anker if they release, OEM if not.

> How do I charge these batteries out of the phone? Or is it easier to get an external battery for emergencies.

Personally, I prefer the external battery pack method. No device lock-in (I really regret all the accessories I bought for my Galaxy Nexus and SGS4... Never doing that again) and you don't have to deal with as much shady-ness. Amazon and eBay are flooded with knock-off chargers and batteries that can ruin your day. ZeroLemon's good, but they tend to require a trade-off (no NFC, or turning your phone into a brick/tank).

> 1.) Disable iMessage on my current iPhone and probably call Apple to yell at them that my new phone isn’t working.

Test the crap out of this ASAP after switching so you don't regret it later.

> 2.) Transfer Contacts by syncing with a google account

Don't forget G+ integration. If you update your contact data on Google+, anyone who has you circled (and is in a circle you've allowed to see that info) will automatically have your contact info updated on their Android devices and via or Gmail.

> 3.) Root using Purp13’s method as found from the LG G3 sidebar. TMo’s bootloader is unlocked

Before doing that, give yourself a few days to get to know the phone. Get used to Android, get your mail and contacts and whatnot all loaded, and learn the quirks of the OS. Until you really use it hands-on for a few days, no amount of preparation is going to completely have you covered, coming from iOS.

> 5.) Titanium Backup and Greenify sound like the most important Root-Apps

I'm not personally a fan of Greenify. Disabling apps you don't want, and configuring those you do properly should be enough. Especially if you've got wireless charging going; you won't need to worry about your battery much, because any time you're not walking around or using your phone, it'll probably be on that charger getting topped off without you having to think or worry about it. I noticed this change in my usage behavior after I started using Qi.

> Titanium Backup should be able to disable all carrier/oem bloatware

T-Mobile's pretty good about bloatware, and most things you can disable without even needing root.

> 6.) ES File Explorer to manage the SD card/Files

I'd also recommend trying out Solid Explorer. It's pretty straightforward and I've gotten to really like it's cloud/network drive compatibility. Makes it a cinch to copy freshly downloaded movies from my router (poor man's NAS and download manager) to my phone/tablet before running out the door to work.

> 7.) Nova Launcher sounds like the most all-encompassing launcher

Give that Google Experience Launcher a try for a few days. Or at the very least, Google Now. It seems kinda pointless at first, but if you use Gmail and let it get to know you for a few days, it gets really nifty with its recommendations and reminders.

> 8.) Google Hangouts is the only app that handles SMS/MMS and Hangouts messages

> The Hangouts messages are an easy iMessage alternative for all my friends/family still in the iOS ecosystem

People are always amazed when I show them the ease of Hangouts on their iPhones. "It's like iMessage, but everywhere!" Chat with them from my tablet, phone, computer, their computer, their iPad, and their iPhone all at once, then call them from their iPad over their cell number to really blow them away.

> 9.) Llama sounds like a Tasker alternative that is a bit more user friendly. I don’t foresee myself needing all the functionality of Tasker so I’ll take the ease of Llama

Trigger (formerly NFC Action Launcher) is also good, depending on what you're looking to do. For example, I have it setup so that when it detects that my Nexus 5 is wirelessly charging and connected to my car's Bluetooth receiver, it starts dock mode, launches Waze, turns off Wi-Fi (so it won't try to cling to my Wi-Fi as I drive away from home and inevitably cause music buffering), turns on auto-brightness, and then undoes all of that when I get to my apartment's geo-fence.

> Twitter – Carbon/Fenix

I know it gets a lot of hate, but I like the official Twitter client (prepares to be stoned). I manage three different accounts, and unlike Plume it doesn't mix them up or lie about which account I'm replying from. Also, the real push notifications (not always-on-streaming-timeline like Plume) are kinda hard to beat.

> Facebook – Official App + Messenger

Make sure to use something like AppOpsXposed to disable their permissions if you're going to do this. Facebook and Messenger are notorious for killing battery life by hammering your GPS randomly all day. The other permissions are fairly excessive, too. If you don't want to limit their permissions, try Tinfoil instead, which is basically the Facebook mobile site in a dedicated browser so Facebook can't associate you browsing around in Chrome on a page with a Like button as you and your account.

> Browser – Chrome

Check out Link Bubble. Useful for opening links from social media sites and the like.

> Google – Maps/Drive/Docs/Sheets/Slides/Gmail/Calendar/Keep (I’m invested in google, can you tell?)

Check out Waze for navigation, too. Google Maps gets a lot of its accident and traffic reporting data from Waze since Google bought them, but it has some other useful features like letting you report (and get alerted to) cars on the side of the road, hidden police, red light/speed cameras and other annoyances. Typically I'll use Google Maps if I'm navigating somewhere for the first time (gotta love lane guidance) but if I'm taking a regular route I'll have Waze up and running. The GPS-based speedometer (why doesn't every navigation app have this?!) is nifty, too.

> Reddit – Reddit News/Sync

Lovin' that Reddit Sync dev version. Been using it for months.

> Weather – AtmosHere/Weather Underground

There's a lot of competition here. I also like 1Weather and Eye In Sky.

> Zooper for Widgets

DashClock. DashClock, DashClock, DashClock. Especially on your lockscreen. Stupid how useful it is.

> 11.) I’m still looking for an app to handle all my sports notifications, from scores to news for MLB/NFL/NHL/NBA/EPL/NCAA (hockey, football, basketball)

Google Now's got you covered pretty well if you tell it what teams you like, depending on how much of a fanatic you are.

> 13.) Google Play all-access seems like a great subscription for music. I may stick with Rhapsody because that’s what I’m on now

Don't forget that if you have the new(er) T-Mobile unlimited data plan ($30 unlimited with 5 GB of tethering), you get Rhapsody UnRadio for free. Google Play Music All Access is also a no-brainer and probably going to get the Music Freedom treatment soon.

u/TheStinkySkunk · 1 pointr/Nexus7

It's not the prettiest case, but it's been great so far. A couple of the reviews talked about how the magnets may fall out, but Poetic seems to replace the case immediately after you contact them. And my friends who recommended buying a Poetic case after I had issues with the Asus and Google cases have had no problems with their cases. Both of them have been using them for over two years by this point.

u/wintermuteCF · 1 pointr/Nexus7

This is the one I bought, the Poetic case:

Smart cover, same type of three-fold-triangle-stand thing as the smart cover, some back protection, cheap price, and adds minimal bulk. It's the least-bulky case for the Nexus I could find.

u/NatesYourMate · 1 pointr/Android

N7 2013: I agree with you, but it's pretty easy to get past after a bit of use. I have a little case on mine, this one, (they actually sent me 2 for some reason), but anyways, it helps to prevent the speakers from being against whatever surface you set the tab down on.

Also, if you hold it landscape and don't cover the speakers then they sound pretty good.

u/nowim · 1 pointr/macsetups

Yes, I do recommend it. It fits great on the new nexus 7 and it have a very good grippy surface.

u/montrayjak · 1 pointr/nintendo

Maybe this one?

I'd probably avoid playing Elite Beat Agents or anything though...

u/arrowrand · 1 pointr/theNvidiaShield

The K1 doesn't have an active digitizer, meaning that you can't use things like pressure sensitive styli as found on the Note.

The Shield stylus is the best non-active stylus that I've ever used. The chiseled tip gives that faux pressure sensitive effect and the pointing tip is very precise.

That said, if you can't get it you can't get it.

The next best thing for me has been a stylus like this:

MEKO (2 in 1 Precision Series) Disc Stylus/Styli (2 Pcs) Bundle with 4 Replaceable Disc Tips, 2 Replaceable Fiber Tips (Black/Black)

It takes a minute to get used to that little round disc on the tip, but once you do the stylus works really well. No pressure sensitivity, but I've used them with my phone, other tablets, my Chromebook and my Windows 10 laptop and they work great. And the tip isn't fragile like I assumed it would be.

There are others that are the exact same style, I bought this one because $15 for 2 was hard to pass up.

u/Sib3rian · 1 pointr/chromeos

Kinda hard to really draw without a pressure-sensitive stylus and palm rejection, and the device has to be built for that (an extra layer on the display, I think), so your only option is an ordinary stylus. In that case, either get a really cheap one (I use AmazonBasics' $6 stylus for my phone. Nothing fancy, does the job) or dish out a little more ($15-$25) for an allegedly better experience (but I've never tried, so take my words with a grain of salt, here).

That said, do you never experience a limit? I've asked a friend, and he says his Note 7 also gets limited to a certain amount of layers in Sketchbook, an amount that scales with resolution.

Oh, and I'm retarded, so, by "OG", do you mean the original or the new one?

u/pyXelr · 1 pointr/MatebookXPro

I ended up with a similar switch, but from Surface Pro 4 to Matebook X Pro. The main reasons for this decision were low battery life and slow performance when I wanted to practice some Hadoop skills.

I didn't want to sacrifice the Surface Pen, so I even got a MEKO Universal Stylus, which works well enough if I am in need to write down some mathematical equations.

u/oldpotato123 · 1 pointr/PuzzleAndDragons
u/b33rmeister · 1 pointr/PuzzleAndDragons

I am fairly new to stylus play, so I'm not the very best critic. I also really like the visibility. Watching some streams I see people ask what stylus to use often enough, and su-pen and meko get recommended a lot. I think su-pen a bit more maybe.

I bought the meko because I thought it was a good deal and I really like it, just can't compare it to the su-pen as I haven't tried one.

This is what I recently purchased:

u/Subie_Babie · 1 pointr/MarioMaker

This is the one i got, best of both world here, even though i do agree with you on the squishy one, moves along the screen much nicer than the plastic disc.

u/Lefty_Leftfield · 1 pointr/PuzzleAndDragons

I'm not affiliated or anything and this is purely anecdotal but I use this one. It's got a good bit of weight to it and you can see if you prefer mesh or disc.

I greatly prefer disc. I wore out 3 mesh ones within a few weeks before I tried disc and so far I've only broken 1 of those discs so I have 3 spare still.

I play pad a LOT. I'm getting close to 1 year of in game time and I'm currently rank 594. That's approaching shitbucket status of playing way too much to get that in that time so my poor stylus and disc has taken a damn beating but it's still going strong. I ended up moving the rubber grip up to the mesh end too so it's comfier to hold while using the disc side.

The only noticable wear is the black colour where I hold it the most is like bleached looking where the colour's faded from where I held it before I moved the rubber grip there. The coating on the pen clip thing's a bit pitted from it being against my sweaty betty hand so long too. It doesn't bother me though.

Maybe I've just gotten lucky with the discs I have but yeah, only broken 1 disc so far with very heavy useage in that time with that brand.

u/TheHighestFever · 1 pointr/TsumTsum

I have a set of these:

The mesh end works great, but the disk end is even better. The point is tiny and the disk is clear so you can see exactly where you're going. The two phones that I play with (LG Stylo 2 and LG G4) both react very well with it and my wife uses the same type with her S7 Edge.

u/Vinceisg0d · 1 pointr/DragaliaLost

Mine do too, I bruise really easy. What I did was grab some of these stylus from Amazon. They're really great and the most reliable stylus I've used. Get purple because purple is the best.

u/caprimulgusAU · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

I haven’t actually ordered one yet myself, but that looks pretty similar to the one I was recommended (Meko 2-in-1 universal stylus).

The one you linked is 4-in-1, so even better! :)

u/Gramidconet · 1 pointr/TWEWY

I’m not certain but I believe this is the exact one I use:

u/Glitter_Plague · 1 pointr/learntodraw

Drawing on a touch screen can be pretty hard but I found a pretty damn good stylus. I would maybe give this a shot before going to a pad. :)

meko stylus

u/PatrioTech · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

Best one I've used (though it's been a while since I've looked) are those ones with the clear circle tip. Like this one

u/RainbowGoddamnDash · 1 pointr/Showerthoughts

Hey man

Figured you'll see this instead of the edit down below.

This is the stylus's I use.. The fine point end, is really useful but gets annoying around the s7 edges.

u/setzke · 1 pointr/razerphone

I have and love my razer phone. If I didn't have it already however, I would think about the ROG. That's the one with all the peripherals, right? It seems they're setting up for a future with this.

Razer was good to start the trend of higher refresh rates but, as you can find in this subreddit with slow software updates, many users feel abandoned. As if these phones were a gimmick to get ahead in sales and now that that's done, move on to the next sale gimmick. Like when I ordered a new screen protector from Razer (and a controller for my phone), it came with caffeinated water flavor packets that apparently they make now, for gaming.

Anyway, I've been researching here the past little bit. Phones that can use real styluses have to be built for that. Most Android phones aren't and you need a large surface area so the phone registers it as a finger. So those styluses with the big rounded tip are what you need, or the ones with a smaller tip surrounded by a clear disk.

Example pen:

u/jrjurman · 1 pointr/GalaxyFold

I just purchased these Disc Stylus Touch Pens, and they seem fairly as precise, without requiring a charge or feeling like they might do damage to the screen.The disc looks a little silly, but it's not obtrusive.

u/LlaughingLlama · 1 pointr/galaxys10

The stylus that comes with the Galaxy Notes only work with the Notes, as they use Wacom technology and a sensor layer built into the Note screens. Samsung calls them "S-Pens" and these do NOT work on the S10.

The generic capacitive styluses work great with the S10. I bought these (they come in a 2-pack for under $15) and they work well.

u/gibletzor · 1 pointr/Galaxy_S8

I've used these with my S7E, Galaxy Tab A, and with my S8+. Smoothest styluses (styli?) I've ever used!

u/fishywang · 1 pointr/chromeos

I have the MEKO Disc Styli and they worked great. But they are on the bigger side.

u/Rossoneri · 1 pointr/chromeos

That's an active stylus. So you're just wasting money and it may not work because it doesn't need a large surface area to trigger the touch screen since it's active.

Something like this is what you want:

u/themightytiny · 1 pointr/iphone

You can't use the Apple Pencil on an iPhone. It only works on the iPad Pro.

Anyway, I've been using these to draw and they're very nice for the price.

u/Dr-Turk-Turkleton · 1 pointr/AndroidGaming

Amazon just emailed me this suggestion: Sony GCM10 Game Control Mount. It appears to use a suction cup instead of a vice type clip so you can use portrait mode.

u/InconspicuousCBox · 1 pointr/AndroidGaming

Right here my good man!

u/Captain_Midnight · 1 pointr/Android

If you already have a console gamepad, I strongly recommend just getting a phone holder accessory. The options on Amazon for third-party controllers with integrated holders are mostly pretty bad. None of them hold a candle to the official PS4 or XB1 gamepads.

Sony actually has an official one for the PS4 gamepad, even available on Amazon with Prime shipping.

Nyko makes a solid-looking third-party option for less. But I'd recommend the Sony version because its design will never block the buttons or slots on the side of your phone.

The options for XB1 owners could a little more challenging, unfortunately.

u/-Mahn · 1 pointr/AndroidGaming

One thing you should consider if you are getting an attachable controller for your phone, the 6P has the power/volume buttons right in the middle, so an attachable controller with a clip like the Moga Pro or most Ipegas will cause issues. These clips weren't designed for phones with this button layout sadly. I've been doing some research on this as I'm looking to get one for my upcoming 6P and I've come to the conclusion that there are two options at the moment: either an Ipega PG-9023, but it'll likely block the headphone jack which is not cool, or the suction based Sony mount plus a Dualshock 4 controller, but this option is expensive if you don't own a DS4 yet. I've pulled the trigger on the 9023 but no idea how that'll go. Let me know what you end up getting or whether you find alternatives.

u/cloud_strife_7 · 1 pointr/Android

I've got a similar one to this, for out and about playing, also got a official Sony adapter for my ps4 controller when home.

Like I said before it was cool at the time but mine just got more and more sluggish, the battery life wasn't the same as before, constantly updating and flashing roms got tiresome, juggling that 410mb of data was awful specially with Google play store and services bloating and refusing to be moved to SD, they also introduced a <20% data = no install rule later on. Not only that it went through so many repairs (2 flex cables, 3 screens and digitizer) and when it broke again I just bought this z3, couldn't be happier.

If you're budget conscious buy the moto e or g, great performance/build quality for price. Add a Bluetooth controller and you're golden

u/KeeseToast · 1 pointr/vitahacks
u/alanmies · 1 pointr/PS4

OK, after a brief test, it works. There does seem to be some input lag, so I wouldn't use it for FPSs, but for more casual gaming why not. Although the signal can be quite choppy on "g" WiFi (on "standard" quality, I didn't even try "high") - time to finally install that "n" router I bought a few years back I guess, I can be too lazy sometimes.

Oh, and after pairing a DS4 to your phone, it stays as such, until you re-pair it to your console by plugging in the USB cable. Quite irritating, really. Seriously considering buying a new DS4 when this is released and dedicating the oldest one as a Remote Play controller.

u/sunjay140 · 1 pointr/Android

No problem, the stand does look really cool.

I'm pretty sure this is it. I'll buy it later this year.

u/ramtastic05 · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

In case anyone is wondering, this is an actual keyboard wrist rest. I did end up looking at the item and it turns out to be a real thing.

Amazon Link

u/turian_sentinel · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Nice! Goes well with this wrist pad.

u/Hotfire_ · 1 pointr/AnnePro

Keyboard & Mouse Wrist Rest Pad, Non Slip Silica Gel Soft to The Touch Support for Office, Computer, Laptop, Mac - Durable & Comfortable & Lightweight for Easy Typing & Pain Relief

I have this and it’s amazing and I also have the Anne pro 2

u/Maenara · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace
u/NoWayIn · 1 pointr/Surface
u/Varlen · 1 pointr/Surface

Big supporter of the Kensington Second Degree case, does it need it? Probably not but I'd rather reserve MS complete for something very serious.

u/ratshack · 1 pointr/Surface

Kensington BlackBelt 2

It allows full use of the TC and kickstand. Dock2 compatible as well.

u/KevZ- · 1 pointr/Surface

I've found a similar one that is by Kensington but my only concerns with it is that there have been reviews where users have stated that it leaves a mark on surface when you remove it

u/licknstein · 1 pointr/Surface

If I can make a recommendation... The Kensington Black Belt Case allows you to use the kickstand on the Surface Pro, which is better than the one in the UAG case. Still works with the type cover, holds the Surface Pen, and is a bit cheaper.

(Yes, I am biased; I worked on the engineering team who makes it).

u/recruiterguy · 1 pointr/Surface

This case kept me from needing to pick up a bag. Super durable, has a secure place for the pen and I get lots of compliments on it when I'm traveling. (I also put a black skin on the kickstand so it blends in perfectly.)

I normally don't put cases on my devices but I'm really happy with this one - especially how it secures the pen and keyboard when closed.

u/pyrospade · 1 pointr/Games

> too cumbersome or eventually an arm falls asleep

Are you kidding me? The Switch was precisely made to overcome this. Buy something like this, play with controllers detached (one in each hand). Boom. Now you can play with your arms laying down.

u/bigced97 · 1 pointr/ipad

This is my stand but I don't recommend it its pretty flimsy and actually scratched the wood on my backboard for my bed.

u/lostfrog1357 · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

I use a Tryone brand gooseneck mount in my bed. That could work pretty well in a car, I'd wager.

u/jackal858 · 1 pointr/iRacing

This thing.

Just got it a couple days ago. Really works great. That's a 10" Samsung tablet for reference.

u/Zforstreck · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

You could clear your problems getting a gooseneck stand for the switch. I love playing games on the bed too, but it's a pain for arms and neck, so I ordered this one:

u/cooganator · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

This is the closest I've seen with pretty good reviews, pretty sure you could use it on a headrest

u/Garg_and_Moonslicer · 1 pointr/manga

>I'd be interested in your tablet recommendation that is worth spending 150-200-300 and is wildly better to read manga than a Fire 8

If your absolute limit is $300, based on my personal experience, I recommend Samsung Galaxy Tab s2..

Long version recommendation:

  • Any tablet that is 9.5 inches or bigger. Bigger screen size just looks better for reading manga, I dislike reading manga on a 8.5 inch screen size.
  • Make sure to have a resolution of 1920x1080 or higher unless you are okay with reading low quality manga from mangahere or other sites with awful resolution.
  • I recommend anything with 32gb memory and then buy a SD card for more memory. Downloading a lot of manga will take up a lot of space, so you want them to go straight to the SD card. You can get away with a 16gb, but then you will max out your internal storage very easily just by essential apps. Don't bother with anything less than that.

    If you want to shave down specs to save money, Samsung Galaxy Tab E is a good choice. I emphasize on screen size because I feel it really enhances the manga reading experience.

    Whether or not you decide my above opinion is worthless and decide to get a Amazon Fire Tablet to save money, I will also suggest getting a Tryone Gooseneck Tablet Stand and a Bluetooth mouse so you can read manga on bed or whatever. It helps getting the perfect angle on how comfortable you want to read your manga and sometime swiping on the tablet with your fingers is annoying.

u/CudB · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

If you have somewhere to clip a mount then this one from Amazon or something similar is really good too! They're very sturdy and supports phones/tablets too. You can mount it right up to your head level which makes it very comfortable use as you don't have to tilt your head.

Edit: I just realised someone posted the same mount in a separate comment already, but I'll just reinforce that this is an amazing purchase I guess!

u/Cloudslinger · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

I got this to mount the switch in places so it’s comfortable to play... such as in bed... don’t hedge me

u/rythefly · 1 pointr/GalaxyNote8

I use this one with my S9+ and Nintendo Switch: link. Works great

u/AArborNewbie · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Oh, nah. I've got one of those mountable, adjustable goose neck tablet mount things.


I put the switch in there and mount the thing on the side of the wall. I lean back, keep the joycons above water, and totally just lay back and go. Thing's got an iron grip and I love it.

It's much like reading in the tub, it's not that difficult to keep your arms above the water line and in the off chance I dropped anything, the only casualty would be a joycon. No data, no console, etc.

u/liquoredonlife · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

What about something like a gooseneck clamp?
Coil it up on itself, clamp it to a chair, your shoe, etc. Coil it up to store.

u/demiurgeon · 1 pointr/EliteDangerous

Saw someone else on here use these mounts with some success. I'm pretty happy with them. Tryone Gooseneck Tablet Stands. This chair has a slide out leg rest that I like so I couldn't center mount the keyboard and trackball.

u/OckhamsFolly · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

This was just the first result so may not be the best - I just play in handheld mode if it's in bed, but I usually only get into bed when it is time for me to sleep.

u/Enterthought · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

This is the one I have.

But I haven't seen using it for my switch cause of reports of warping and bending. Anybody else have this problem or can I use it for the reason I bought it for?

u/SuperNinjaPerson · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

So I've been eyeing up one of those gooseneck clamps for the switch (like this one), but my main concern that I haven't seen addressed too much is how much pressure it places on the switch.

Does anyone have anything like this and can comment on if the pressure seems too great/it feels like it might bend the switch after prolonged use? Also if anyone can recommend one thats good, that would be great.

u/platinumpuss88 · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Check this one out. Works with Switch.

u/GhostRN · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch
u/peacenbullets · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

While you're in the market for a switch, I'd suggest taking a look and seeing if a Tryone Gooseneck is something you'd be interested in having. I attach mine to my bed head. Best way to play in bed.

u/mdrider · 1 pointr/homegym

I use this. It's clamped onto the arm for the monitor and setup so the tablet is butted up against the bottom of the monitor.

I also have a separate Bluetooth speaker for audio.

u/herpmcderpinton · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Not to shill but I got this one a few months ago and have had zero problems with it. Some mounts you gotta be careful too cuz they might scratch the edge of your switch this one has a silicone ish padding on the edges that increases friction between it and your switch for grip but is also not a harder material than the plastic they use to manufacture a switch. I'm sure there are other just as good goosenecks and mounts out there but this one has done me well.


u/legos45 · 1 pointr/SuggestALaptop


How about the Lenovo Yoga 720? It is under your budget and checks off a lot of your specifications. It has:

  • i7-7700HQ 4-core processor

  • 16 GB of RAM

  • 512 GB SSD storage

  • 4K touchscreen 15.6" display

  • 2-in-1 feature

  • GTX 1050 2 GB graphics card

  • Weight of 4.4lbs and battery life up to 8 hours

    This laptop runs Windows 10 Home. It is decently light and has pen support, but you have to buy the pen on the side. Here is a link to a pen that works on this device. Drawing on the screen shouldn't be an issue, as well as multitasking.
u/garychencool · 1 pointr/thinkpad

I tried the pen in Photoshop and Krita. I checked to have the pen pressure enabled (it's enabled by default anyways).

Running Windows 7 Pro 64-bit (and not 10 for the sake of not having driver issues, I already tried 10 and installing the drivers was a pain in the ass despite Windows Update magically installing most of them. Had to search on Google for the rest and found out that there's various issues on Windows 8+ that will likely never get fixed on such an old laptop by Microsoft or Lenovo).

Knowing that there's a small pressure sensor in the pen is good to know. Now I just have to find on eBay or where ever for it. Although I think any of them would likely work the same.

There's also this one I could get off Amazon (Canada) but I don't know if it would fit in the x201t's pen holder.

u/digitizerstylus · 1 pointr/stylus

The Lenovo Active Pen is a Wacom AES pen and all of them (except the very earliest models) are compatible with each other's devices.

The Lenovo Active Pen (1) goes for $26 on Amazon, that's probably the lowest price you'll find.

There's also the HP Rechargeable Active Pen that came out recently, which would be a good choice if you feel like replacing batteries is too much hassle.

u/LessThanThreeMan · 1 pointr/PixelBook

Here ya go: Lenovo Active Capacity Pens for Touchscreen Laptop for Lenovo Yoga 730, Yoga 720, Flex 6, Flex 5, 2 in 1, Miix 720, Miix 510 and Yoga 900s Laptops, GX80K32882

u/baylifeee · 1 pointr/Lenovo

It works great with one note! I ended up buying the Lenovo Active Pen. Its so smooth on the laptop and works wonderful for taking notes and if you like to draw, even better. Its a great buy for its price too, and its guaranteed to work with the flex 5! Here is the link below:

u/GODhyper · 1 pointr/Lenovo

Hey I just got my Flex 14 2-in-1 this week and I am currently using Lenovo's Active Pen ( It is working amazingly, especially for graphs and whatnot.


There is another pen you can purchase that is a bit more but better:

u/mohamed1881 · 1 pointr/SuggestALaptop

What would you suggest for a good pen to use on these laptops? I found the Lenovo Active to be a good complement.

u/Kelsig · 1 pointr/thinkpad
u/hitmanactual121 · 1 pointr/Lenovo

I have a Flex 5, hardware wise for accessories they are almost identical from what I have been reading.


If you want an active stylus, this one works just fine:


I think the "upgraded" model also works on the Flex 6, but I don't do any type of graphic design, I can get by with the regular model personally, I mostly use it for note taking and drawing simple things.


Keyboards/screen protectors I'm curious about too, I have not found any decent ones yet.

u/iamexplosion · 1 pointr/ipad

I wanted something that would cover the front and back of my 10.5 and my options were limited during release week. I ordered the JETech one from Amazon, so far so good.

iPad Pro 10.5 Case, JETech Case Cover for the New Apple iPad Pro 10.5 Inch 2017 Model with Auto Sleep/Wake (Black) - 3052

u/DArthurD · 1 pointr/ipad

I the apple pencil storage is optional, I have one of these:

Cheap, protects both front and back, and it fits perfectly.
Also, it's not bulky.

u/TjWilson_ · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind

My B! Here

JETech Case for iPad Air 3 (10.5-inch 2019) and iPad Pro 10.5, Auto Wake/Sleep, Black

u/Reiserbc · 1 pointr/ipad

I ordered this to protect my iPad for the time being, at least until better accessories are made....I was hoping for a Smart Case from Apple, but they disappointed me.

u/Felipe_Vieir4 · 1 pointr/ipad
I really like how thin this case is, it’s a basic 2 angle and cheap iPad smart case but the quality is great (and even better than I expected)

u/jamvanderloeff · 1 pointr/techsupport

Search capacitive stylus. I kinda like the disc style , a phone with proper active stylus would be better if you're gonna use it a lot, like a Galaxy Note series.

u/matej86 · 1 pointr/MarioMaker

I bought this one and absolutely love it. It feel very sturdy.

Despite it being on the UK site it actually shipped from the US so might be cheper for any transatlantic cousins that want one.

u/JoshuaJSlone · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

The ones with the fat tips seem more similar to using one's finger, but I got one similar to this which is nice because with a smaller tip it's easier to be precise. I've been enjoying using it with SSBU's stage builder.


I will admit to stupidly not understanding how it worked when I got it--I thought the clear disc on the end was a cap of sorts to be removed and I ended up ruining the tip. Luckily most of them come with extras.

u/ExceedinglyPanFox · 1 pointr/furry_irl

Should try out one of these

u/KeKoSlayer29 · 1 pointr/MarioMaker

I got this one. It works incredibly well for me. Especially the tip with the flat part on it. (I'd get a screen protector as well if you don't have one just because there's probably a large chance of scratching if you use that tip)

u/big_duck_energy · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Would this work to charge my phone and Pro Controller at the same time? How about the phone and the Switch itself? And would it quick charge?

u/Cool-Beaner · 1 pointr/raspberry_pi

Yes, they go bad.

What kind of power supply was it?

Anker power supplies are beasts. I have had two PIs running 24x7 on this one for well over a year.

u/1s85fgs98h1s98g50s8d · 1 pointr/iphone

Is it this one? - and then are you just using the regular lightning from there?

u/rasterbated · 1 pointr/applehelp

Okay, that is not available from Apple. You might be able to buy one on eBay but who knows. You can also use any USB chargers, like a charger for an Android device or iPhone. It might not charge at full speed, but it will charge.

Why do you need a new plug? If you want a new charger, I would look at something like this since Apple no longer sells iPad 3 accessories.

u/blanco2701 · 1 pointr/oneplus

If you really really don't care about fast charging, I suggest the Anker brand... I suggest this cables and this wall charger.

u/raptir1 · 1 pointr/AndroidQuestions

While Samsung allows you to disable fast charging on the Galaxy phones, Google does not on the Pixel phones. If you don't want to use fast charging on your Pixel, you need to buy a charger that does not have fast charging. I would recommend something like the PowerPort Elite 2 if you do not want fast charging. Pair it with an Anker or Monoprice cable.

u/MiltBFine · 1 pointr/ipad

Anker Elite USB Charger, Dual Port 24W Wall Charger, PowerPort 2 with PowerIQ and Foldable Plug, for iPhone Xs/XS Max/XR/X/8/7/6/Plus, iPad Pro/Air 2/Mini 3/Mini 4, Samsung S4/S5, and More

u/CaptainWaders · 1 pointr/solotravel

Anker PowerCore 26800 Portable Charger, 26800mAh External Battery with Dual Input Port and Double-Speed Recharging, 3 USB Ports for iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy, Android and Other Smart Devices

Anker Elite Dual Port 24W USB Travel Wall Charger PowerPort 2 with PowerIQ and Foldable Plug, for iPhone X / 8/7 / 7 Plus / 6s / 6s Plus, iPad Pro/Air 2 / mini 3 / mini 4, Samsung S4/ S5, and More

That’s the exact setup I use. Sorry if links like that aren’t allowed. I even have the two charging cords that come with the battery taped together and basically just keep them with that usb block as it exclusively gets used to charge that battery. The battery has awesome capacity. Can charge my whole bag worth of GoPro batteries, my phone and iPadpro and still have a little juice.

u/neatgeek83 · 1 pointr/iphone

I already have this

Anker Elite Dual Port 24W USB...

Will it work with a fast charging pad?

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u/PeteyNice · 1 pointr/chromeos

Thanks, but I wouldn't call that a travel charger. It is pretty big and it has its own cable.

Not USB-C, but something like this is what I am looking for:

u/dogeatdawg · 1 pointr/buildapc

Can you be more specific about what you want? It's not super clear what you're after.

Do you want something that lets you plug USB cables into wall outlets like this?

Or one of those but with a built in extension cord like this?

u/zymurgist69 · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind
u/Rhinoperos · 1 pointr/iphone

Anker Elite USB Charger, Dual Port 24W Wall Charger, PowerPort 2 with PowerIQ and Foldable Plug, for iPhone Xs/XS Max/XR/X/8/7/6/Plus, iPad Pro/Air 2/Mini 3/Mini 4, Samsung S4/S5, and More

Can’t go wrong with this one. This is what I use for my wireless charger.

u/portnux · 1 pointr/fixit

What kind of charger? I recommend these.

u/phreakeruk · 1 pointr/electricians

Cheap, and multi input voltage supported!

Honestly, I can't remember the last time I saw a charger with a transformer. SMPS has become the new standard.

u/sonikboom66 · 1 pointr/diyelectronics

Why dont you just buy a multiport rapid charger?


u/DylanTheDonut · 1 pointr/ipad

Use the Apple Smart Keyboard with this case: KHOMO iPad Pro 10.5 Inch Charcoal Gray Color Case - Companion Cover - Perfect match for Apple Smart keyboard and Cover.

Greatest combo there is. The case matches the keyboard in color perfectly and just like the Apple Pencil compared to other styluses - there is no better keyboard for the iPad than the Smart Keyboard. It’s so well integrated and the keyboard is great (that said I wish it had a little less key travel and was a little louder but that’s just me). And that case is cheap and works perfectly.

u/EspressoKilla · 1 pointr/ipad

I bought this Khomo Charcoal Gray case from Amazon. It's only $12.95 shipped with prime.

It matches the Smart Keyboard cover almost exactly. And I mainly wanted a back cover to help protect the camera lens that sticks out. I already scratched my desk at work when I dragged it as I picked it up. And when I take the keyboard cover off when using it at home, it still provides protection and some grippyness when holding it.

u/DrCut · 1 pointr/ipad

The iPad cover is very nice. It's actually better than the one for the 9.7 (at least for me) since the magnets seem stronger. For the back, I got this case which is surprisingly good quality (iPad Pro 10.5 Inch Charcoal Gray Color Case - Companion Cover - Perfect match for Apple Smart keyboard and Cover. It has a very close color match to the silicone cover, and a similar feel ( although it's not silicone, the rubberized plastic feels very nice.)

u/Lothlann88 · 1 pointr/ipad

I use [this] (

I found it a great fit around my Smart Keyboard.

u/CastleBravo99 · 1 pointr/ipad

I'm in the same boat, I've got the Air 3 and I want to use the Apple keyboard but also have protection for the back. Searching this sub, I found this case:

Looks like it is exactly what I'm looking for, and even provides protection when you take just the keyboard off.

u/bigskymind · 1 pointr/ipad
u/arcterex · 1 pointr/iPadPro

The key is to have a cheap shell to put them on. I have this one and it was well worth the $12 I paid for it to protect the back of the ipad that’s not covered by the Smart Keyboard.

u/Pinturillo · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Maybe something like this?

u/ZachPlaysDrums · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

It might be priced awkwardly for your budget, but a tablet holder could be useful. I've been using one to play until I have enough money to get a new low input lag TV. This way I can still use my pro controller. You could make up the difference in your budget with a gift card

u/soltium · 1 pointr/indonesia

produk kayak ini kalo nyari di tokped namanya apa ya?

u/EnigmaticNutjob · 0 pointsr/PuzzleAndDragons

I've been using this for a while. It has replacable tips so you don't have to buy a new stylus if your tip wears out. Also, since the tip is coated in some conductive fiber, it glides smoothly on your device.

u/KinkSeulgi · 0 pointsr/NintendoSwitch

That's not true at all? You can get specialized capactive styluses for drawing which have much thinner tips like this.

u/Bongopalms · -1 pointsr/Nexus7

I've had this Moko for over a year and it's doing well.