If you simply must have more accessories for yourself or your precious gadgets, take a look at these must-haves:
Health and well-being is all the rage these days, and you wouldn’t want to be caught without a fitness tracker slapped on your wrist. When you need a device that could count your steps, miles walked and calories burned, trackers like Samsung Gear Fit 2 and Fitbit Charge 3 come to mind.
Serious athletes may consider getting premium models such as the Garmin Vivoactive HR, while Apple enthusiasts simply must get the Apple Watch, which can double as a fitness tracker.
Bluetooth USB Dongle
Everything is Bluetooth compatible these days, which makes the Bluetooth dongle a desirable accessory. The small yet remarkably useful peripheral is one of the best selling items of Affordable Assets. Its uses are almost infinite- pair up wire-free between PC and bluetooth devices such as mice, keyboard, headsets, speakers, tablets and smart phones.
Need your phone upright as you work on the desk all day? Get a smartphone stand. Bonus points if you can get one that will charge your phone via a charging dock.
Lost Stuff Finder
This accessory and people who lose a lot of things are a match made in heaven. Get a Tile Mate and attach it to your most precious item, and it becomes nigh impossible to lose. Simply track it via a map and a beacon sound helps you pinpoint your lost item.
Got an Amazon Fire TV, a PS4 and the latest widescreen TV? A Logitech Harmony 650 Universal Remote can control all of them without the need to fumble and look for the other remotes. The color screen is a nice touch, giving you more options aside from the physical buttons.
Too lazy to get up and flick the switch to turn on the lights? Get a smart bulb. You also amp up your home security (turn on your lights even when you’re not home to deter intruders) and get the ultimate peace of mind knowing that you won’t have to worry about leaving the garage light on when you leave the house.