Cool mobile accessories to add to your travel toolkit

These chargers, cases, and other accessories for your smartphones and tablets can help make your trip a little smoother.

By Angela West, PC World |  Mobile & Wireless

The Zagg folio keyboard case transforms your Galaxy Tab from a fun plaything to a full-blown productivity tool, perhaps even a laptop alternative. It comes with a removable Bluetooth keyboard and a stand with a microfiber lining to protect the display surface.

Price: $99.99

Brenthaven Kindle Fire Cases

There aren't a lot of cases on the market yet for the Kindle Fire, but Brenthaven has come up with a couple of the first. The Uptown has a sleek look, and can turn into a stand to help you use your Kindle for light Web browsing and reading during downtime, or to view important PDFs for work. Their custom-fit satchel for the Kindle Fire looks nice if you need a little more room for your stuff than the Uptown offers.

Prostyle Satchel Price: $49.95 Uptown Price: $39.95

Wi Fi Finder If you are trapped in the middle of an unfamiliar airport or city nowhere near a Starbucks, you may need a bit of help getting online. Jiwire's Wi Fi Finder app finds free Wi-Fi for your iPhone or for your Android device. In the meantime, check out PCWorld's extensive report on the 20 best airports for tech travelers.

Price: Free

Tablet, iPad, and other Car Mounts by RAM

RAM, the same manufacturer that brings you the mini-suitcase for your iPad 2, specializes in tablet and iPad mounts for your vehicle. Make sure to check out your local distracted-driving laws before installing this to make sure that it is legal in your state and city.

Price: $150-500; varies according to mount and vehicle

Bluetooth Headsets


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