Lenovo’s Yoga Book C930 is a unique convertible laptop with two displays in lieu of a physical keyboard, an active pen for inking, and a slim, portable chassis that makes it easy to tuck under an arm. However, accessories can take it to the next level. On the go, you might want to add some protection, plus it has a couple of USB-C ports and a microSD card reader, opening it up to a number of accessories. We’ve rounded up the best right here.


Cheap storage

Silicon Power Elite microSD card

The UHS-I microSD slot on the Yoga Book C930 has a pull-out tray that sits flush when inserted, meaning you can leave this card in the laptop without fear of damaging it. You can add 128 GB for less than $20. Despite the price, these are quality cards that we’ve tested ourselves.

$18 at Amazon


USB-C monitor

Dell Ultrathin S2719DC

Dell’s 27-inch S2719DC 1440p monitor is slim and has a relatively small stand to better fit a cramped desk. Near-perfect color reproduction, HDR support, and 600 nits of brightness deliver an all-around pleasing picture, and it all connects via USB-C that can simultaneously charge your Yoga Book C930 while connected.

$380 at Dell


Wireless keyboard

Logitech K380

The virtual keyboard on the Book C930 is great for quick typing bursts, but for productivity purposes, you might want to check out a physical keyboard. Logitech’s K380 is one of the best wireless options around, with comfortable keys, long-lasting battery, and the ability to simultaneously connect to three devices.

$27 at Amazon


Wireless mouse

Logitech MX Master 2S

Chosen as our top pick for a wireless mouse, the MX Master 2S has a precise sensor, comfortable ergonomic design, and long battery life. Customizable buttons let you set it up with shortcuts, and you can connect with Bluetooth or a 2.4 GHz USB receiver.

$65 at Amazon


Padded protection

ProCase sleeve

Made from durable canvas, this sleeve has a padded, zippered main compartment for your laptop as well as a second zippered pocket on the front for some smaller accessories. It’s cheap, looks professional, and will save your Book C930 from scratches and dings when you’re on the move.

$11 at Amazon


Easy carrying

WaterField Outback Solo

These quality leather bags are pricier than other options, but they’re expected to last for years thanks to careful hand stitching, quality leather, canvas materials, and overall thoughtful design. Slip your Yoga Book C930 into the main compartment and still have plenty of room for accessories.

$159 at SFBags


External storage

Samsung T5 Portable

Take advantage of fast transfers with this external solid-state drive from Samsung, available in sizes from 250 GB up to 2 TB. It uses a USB-C port to ensure speedy performance, with theoretical read and write speeds up to 540 MB/s. It’s pricier than a hard-disk drive, but a 3-year warranty helps.

From $80 at Amazon


Extra connectivity

Plugable USB-C 4K dock

The two USB-C ports on your Book C930 likely aren’t enough for a workstation setup, but this USB-C dock can help. It has four USB-A 3.0, Ethernet, HDMI, two DisplayPort, two USB-C (one connects back to the laptop), and a couple of 3.5 mm audio ports for audio and voice.

$199 at Amazon

If we’re making some suggestions

The Yoga Book C930 is a portable device, so adding some protection in the form of a sleeve or bag — like the budget ProCase sleeve or the luxurious WaterField Outback Solo — is not a bad idea. We also love the idea of some extra storage, whether in the form of a cheap Silicon Power microSD card or a speedy Samsung external SSD.

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