Whether you're building a new home office for your work-from-home setup, or trying to convince your office manager to upgrade your current workplace, these gadgets are definitely great to have. From mice to monitors, these five office gadgets will help you up your productivity game and more.
And if you want to get your fingers sweetly typing out your next email or report, how about checking out these mechanical keyboards?
Logitech G Pro X Superlight
Super light mice are fantastic, especially when they don't come full of holes to trap dirt, hair, and in my case, loose cat fur. The Logitech G Pro X Superlight manages to come in at under 63g, making the mouse feel almost weightless in my hands. As an added bonus, it doesn't have RGB lighting, making it great for office work, too.
Razer Pro Click Mini
There are plenty of great work mice in the market, and the Razer Pro Click Mini joins them as one of the greats. I've been using the Pro Click Mini for a while and already fell in love right in the first five minutes. The small comfortable size, slick scroll wheel, and flexible connectivity options make it a winner.
Logitech Signature M650 L
If a solid dependable workhorse mouse is what you need, the Logitech Signature M650 L is a good option. While not as premium as the the Logitech MX Master 3, it's a lot more affordable at just S$49.
BenQ GW2785TC 27-inch FHD Monitor
If a monitor just for working at spreadsheets and word documents is what you want, then the 27-inch BenQ GW2785TC won't disappoint. Sporting a noise-cancelling microphone, built-in speakers, and BenQ's EyeCare tech, the GW2785TC is great for office work. That is, if you can put up with slightly less-sharp visuals due to its full-HD display.
Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse
It's a mouthful of a name, but the Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse is a worthy addition to your home office set up. The small but comfortable size, the clever multi-function button, and wireless Qi charging make this one of those can buy office gadgets, for sure.
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