You just picked up a brand new HP Spectre x360 13t and want to grab a few items to complement it. No matter what you're looking for — protection, docks, or peripherals — here are the best accessories you can get for your convertible laptop.

Expand connectivity

CalDigit TS3 Plus docking station

This little Thunderbolt 3 docking station is packing a ton of features, including 15 ports, up to 40 Gbps transfer speeds, and up to 85W charging back to your laptop. Connect two 4K displays at 60Hz and still have five USB-A 3.1, two USB-C 3.1, Ethernet, SD card reader, and 3.5mm audio in and out available.

From $310 at Amazon

Excellent inking

HP Tilt Pen

The Tilt Pen utilizes Microsoft Pen Protocol (MPP) and N-Trig technology, giving you full tilt support for shading with Windows Ink. It has 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity, it's rechargeable, and the eraser button on top can be set to do whatever you want it to. If you plan on drawing or sketching with your Spectre x360, this extra tool will no doubt be worth the money.

$62 at Amazon

Cheap protection

AmazonBasics laptop sleeve

Sometimes all you need for your laptop is a no-frills sleeve, and this neoprene option from AmazonBasics is as good as it gets. It's available in five colors and a bunch of sizes if you happen to have more than one device that needs protection.

$10 at Amazon

More USB-A ports

Anker 10-port USB-A 3.0 hub

The Spectre x360 comes with one USB-A 3.1 port, so you might be looking to expand with a hub; why not get one that has plenty of ports and can charge your devices at the same time? This hub has 10 USB 3.0 ports, with three of them dedicated to charging. The ports are all at the top of the hub for easy access and for less mess.

$42 at Amazon

Quality carrying

Peak Design Everyday Messenger

The Spectre x360 is a device you're going to want to bring with you everywhere, and you might want something that offers a lot of protection without looking ridiculously bulky. Enter the Peak Design Everyday Messenger. The 13-inch version will fit your Spectre x360 perfectly, and there's plenty of room elsewhere for all your accessories. A Maglatch easily keeps the bag closed, but it's also very easy to open if you're on your bike and only have one hand.

$249 at Amazon

Wireless headphones

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II

It's no secret how loved Bose sound is, and these Bluetooth, over-ear headphones are no exception. Setup is easy — you can even use voice commands — and the battery will last you about 20 hours when used wirelessly or about 40 hours when plugged in. The light, thick padding provides comfortable listening for hours, and you can choose from either black or silver options to match your Spectre x360.

$349 at Amazon

Budget 1440p display

AOC Q2577PWQ

Setting up a workspace at home to use with your laptop usually involves a monitor, keyboard, mouse, and other peripherals. Since you already spent money on the Spectre x360, you might be in the market for an affordable monitor. In that case, the AOC Q2577PWQ is a great option. With a 1440p IPS panel, plenty of ports, including HDMI, VGA, DVI, and DisplayPort, and VESA mounting, it's hard to believe the price.

$288 at Amazon

Wireless mouse

Logitech MX Master 2S

Logitech's MX Master 2S, the successor to the original MX Master, has a rechargeable battery that lasts up to 70 days, you can connect it to multiple PCs and switch between them with the click of a button, and you can take advantage of Logitech FLOW to seamlessly move across up to three device displays at once. It's built to prevent wrist strain and fit your hand, there are plenty of customizable buttons, and you can even charge the thing while you use it.

$75 at Amazon

External storage

Seagate Backup Plus Slim

The HP Spectre x360 has plenty of storage options available at checkout, but you might want to add a few extra gigs in the form of an external drive. This option from Seagate comes with up to 5TB of space, but the 2TB option is a great combination of space and price. The drive is small enough to fit in your back pocket or laptop case, and it's available in four colors to best suit your style.

From $54 at Amazon

High-res webcam

Logitech C922x

Our favorite mid-range webcam records and streams 1080p video at 30 FPS and 720p video at 60 FPS. A clip allows you to easily attach it to just about anything, or you can use a tripod. For streamers, smart removal of the background without a green screen is a huge perk.

$100 at Amazon

If we're picking

This collection of accessories is designed to add functionality, protection, and connectivity to your HP Spectre x360. You no doubt won't need all these accessories, but it's not a bad idea to invest in a few to make the most out of your shiny new laptop. I personally use the CalDigit TS3 Plus docking station every day to turn my laptop into a workstation, and the AmazonBasics sleeve is about the best way to add protection to your Spectre x360 for only $10.

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