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5 back-to-office gadgets for better productivity

5 back-to-office gadgets for better productivity

So we're back to the office again, or maybe not. The pandemic continues to chug on with new variants, and fluid guidelines make it difficult to know just how long your next work-from-office period will be. Regardless, if you're heading back, why not upgrade your gear to make working in the office a breeze? After all, the faster you're done, the earlier you can get out of an enclosed area that's really conducive for spreading viruses. So be sure to pick up one of these 5 back-to-office gadgets!

Keychron K7 Ultra-slim Wireless Keyboard

Keychron K7
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The Keychron K7 Ultra-slim Wireless Keyboard is the perfect go-to keyboard for daily use. You'll fall in love with its low-profile physique and crisp, chiclet-y sounds. Weighing in at 350g, the keyboard is also light enough that you can lug it back and forth to get the best typing experience either at home or the office.

Jabra Elite 7 Pro

Jabra Elite 7 Pro
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There are plenty of great noise-cancelling earphones in the market, but the Jabra Elite 7 Pro still stands out. It features five levels of active noise cancelling (ANC) and a hear-through mode accessible with a tap of a button. There's also bone-conduction tech for talking clearly in noisy places, as well. It's also pretty comfortable to wear for long periods. It's a no-brainer why these pair of headphones are part of our 5 back-to-office gadgets.

Logitech MX Master 3

Logitech MX Master 3
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The Logitech MX Master 3 is ergonomic and feels premium in the hand. The metal MagSpeed scroll wheel is amazing — it spins almost endlessly with a lazy flick. Last but not least is Logitech's Flow software, which lets you connect the mouse to two computers and switch seamlessly between them. You can even copy and paste items between computers, whether they are PCs or Macs.

Oatsbasf Laptop Stand

Oatsbasf Laptop Stand
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Retailing at around S$12, the Oatsbasf Laptop Stand is perfect if you're often moving around and want to get working quickly. Otherwise, you may want to get the more expensive riser version for a more permanent setup (though it's still portable). Perfect for the office.

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Lenovo Go USB-C Wireless Charging Kit 

Lenovo Wireless USB-C Wireless Charging Kit
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Notebooks with wireless charging have yet to make it to the mainstream, but you can do so now with the Lenovo Go USB-C Wireless Charging Kit. It turns your boring wired charging laptop wireless. All you need to do is stick the receiver to the laptop's bottom, plug in the USB-C connector, place it on the wireless charging mat, and you're good to go.


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