Managing a work-from-home desk is not always easy. You can easily lose your mind trying to maintain focus, keep the people around you from interfering in your space, and to stay professional.
As Canadians continue to work from home this fall in anticipation of a second wave of coronavirus, there are a few things you can order and set up today to help you through.
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Single Monitor Mount
Do you have limited space on your work desk? Try a single monitor desk mount. Lift your monitor and free up some space. Even better, a mount will keep a monitor positioned at eye-level, reducing neck and eye strain while giving you an optimum perspective for Zoom calls.
Full 1080P USB Webcam
If you know you’re going to be communicating by video conferencing or Zoom this fall, a high-quality webcam is certainly needed. Featuring plug-and-play, this 1080P HD webcam has a microphone and privacy cover embedded in the design. It’s a welcome upgrade from most laptop cameras.
Ergonomic Sit-Stand Desk
An ergonomic sit-stand desk enables your body to work without the aches and pains of being stationed sitting for prolonged periods of time. Lift the desk and stand when you want. Lower it and sit when you want. Do your sore back a favor and keep your body feeling its best.
Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Earbuds
Communicate over video, listen to music while you work, and block out outside noise. The true beauty of Bluetooth stereo earbuds is that there are no wires. Just put them in, connect the Bluetooth, and you’re good to go. When you want to get up and grab a coffee, go ahead. No worrying about your wires causing trouble.
Desktop Cable Management Spine
A work-from-home station can quickly become buried in cables and wires. A desktop cable management spine is the ultimate cable organizer. Put through all your power cords, audio cables, charging cables, computer cables, and more.
Clamp-On Power Strip Holder
While you’re working, it’s a great opportunity to charge your smartphone. You may also have devices, speakers, or computer accessories that have to be plugged in. A clamp-on power strip is set up at desk-level so that you always have access to outlets.
An underrated element of work-from-home is Internet speed. If your Internet isn’t any good, communicating over video or through any online portal will be challenging. For reliable, high-speed Internet, go with a wired connection over a wireless one. Have an Ethernet cable ready.
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