The Samsung Galaxy Book2 is the best ARM powered Always Connected PC right now, but like any portable PC, it can be made even better with some great accessories. Whether you're looking to protect, expand your storage, or just have a slightly better computing experience, these accessories for the Galaxy Book2 will help you out.

Wireless mouse: Logitech MX Master 2S

Staff favorite

This is one of the most ergonomic mice you'll ever find, which makes it perfect to use for extended periods of time. It's wireless with a tremendous battery life of up to 70 days, and since you can connect it to three different PCs at once, you can use it at home and on the road without any drama.

$70 at Amazon

Moar storage: Samsung EVO Select 256GB

The Samsung Evo Select is a very fast microSD card with 100MB/s download and 90MB/s upload speeds. It's also an extremely cost-effective way of expanding the fairly limited internal storage on the Galaxy Book2 if you have a lot of files you need to store.

$40 at Amazon

Scratches be gone: AVIDET screen protector

A 2-in-1 with a touch display is more likely to have scratches than a traditional laptop, so the smart thing to do is to slap on a screen protector. This one is tempered glass with a curved edge so it fits and feels great on the Galaxy Book2. It also has an anti-shatter film, so even if the worst happens, your display isn't left exposed.

$12 at Amazon

All the ports: HooToo USB-C hub

By using a hub such as this one, you can expand your Galaxy Book2 connectivity a lot. Hook it up to one of the USB-C ports and you'll get Ethernet, power delivery, three USB 3.0 ports, and a full-sized HDMI output to hook up to a bigger display. It's also really small so just tuck it in your bag and take it everywhere you go.

$34 at Amazon

No fingerprints: Zeiss Screen Wipes

Nobody likes fingerprints, especially on something as big as a laptop or tablet. There's also no easier or better way to quickly get rid of them and clean your screen properly than with Zeiss Screen Wipes. They're gentle, fast drying and streak free, and come in a range of pack sizes for not a lot of money.

From $8 at Amazon

Stylish carry: Waterfield Designs Outback Solo

Every laptop needs a good bag and for something like the Galaxy Book2, our top pick is Waterfield's incredible Outback Solo. It's available in a range of sizes (the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro version is a good fit), has a unique style, amazing quality, water resistance, and enough space to pack your accessories and your phone.

$159 at Waterfield Designs

Power up: RavPower USB-C PD battery pack

The Galaxy Book2 already has amazing battery life of up to 20 hours, but there are always those times you need a little more. This battery pack has a 20,100 mAh capacity for several extra hours thanks to the USB-C power delivery technology inside. So should you ever need a little more, it's got your back.

$60 at Amazon

Budget sleeve: MoKo 12-inch felt sleeve

If you just want something to tuck your Galaxy Book2 inside without getting too fancy, or if you already have a good bag, then MoKo's felt sleeve is a worthy shout. It's super soft, and the 12-inch version will be perfect for your Galaxy Book2. You also get an additional, smaller pouch, perfect for some of your smaller accessories.

$16 at Amazon

Backing up: Seagate 1TB Backup Plus Ultra Touch

You won't want this external 1TB HDD because of its fabric finish, even though it's really nice. What's more important is that this portable drive gives you tonnes of space, is affordable and supports USB-C, so you won't need any additional adapters to hook it up to your Galaxy Book2.

$70 at Amazon

Covering the important bases

The Galaxy Book2 is a serious investment, and for as good as it is, you'll need some additional bits to both make it a little better as well as take good care of it. The combination of our favorite bag, the Waterfield Outback Solo and a tempered glass screen protector is a winning team to ensure it stays safe in your day to day life.

And who wants to look at fingerprints all day? That gorgeous AMOLED screen begs to be touched, so make sure you have a stash of Zeiss Screen Wipes handy at all times.

Perhaps the best thing you can do though is to buy a good mouse. The tiny trackpad on the Galaxy Book2 keyboard is OK, but it's no substitute for a proper mouse, and it's certainly less ergonomic. The Logitech MX Master 2S is the best mouse you can get right now, and it's wireless, which makes it easier to take on the road with you.

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