If you're lucky enough to work from home you'll know all about the various positives and negatives it entails - you can work without distraction from others, work at your own pace and play music as loud as you want. On the other hand, it's easily for it to get lonely, especially if you're the only one in your household that works from home, nevertheless, we've compiled a small list of tech and tech-related things that will be perfect if you spend your days working from home.
Check out the list below and if you can think of anything to add to it then let us know in the comments below.
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Working from home can bring a lot of complications, if you need to be quiet but need some music to be productive, then you're going to need a good pair of headphones - they don't get much better than AIAIAI's TMA-2's, we were lucky enough to review them, check that out here.
For when headphones aren't needed, your home workspace is going to need some top quality speakers, and you don't get much better than the Bose Companion 5's. They're our speakers of choice at the UltraLinx office!
If you're going to be putting in some serious hours at home, you're going to need a chair that's not going to leave you crippled at the end of the day. The Herman Miller Aeron is the best of the best, and certainly an underrated part of the workspace.
We recently did a write up about Gather on the blog, it's a new Kickstarter by Ugmonk that aims to use a minimal, modular design to store what usually clutters up your desk with ease. It's already raised over $250,000 with 31 days to go on the Kickstarter, so don't miss out on this one.
If you're constantly working from home you're going to need some charging power while also keeping your devices accessible, the Belkin Powerhouse has got you, it charges two devices at the same time at speeds faster than most single chargers can manage.
Of you're on the go all time you don't have time to be worrying about batteries, this solar powered keyboard by Logitech not only looks awesome, it also uses any light source to keep your keyboard charged for at least three months in total darkness.
You shouldn't be lacking in power if you're working from home, but you also need something compact just in case you need to work on the go. The 2016 Apple MacBook should have exactly what you need.
So you have your laptop and you're keyboard, you now need some serious power when it comes to screen estate, espcially if you're into design, you need as much quality as possible. This Dell 4K monitor will be perfect, and it's what we use here at the UltraLinx office, check out the review.
Yes, the MacBook isn't exactly famous for its connectivity, you're going to need a dongle. This Satechi Combo Hub is all you need, it's one of the most popular on the market and for good reason.
If you're not a dual screen kind of person and you want to keep your MacBook docked up then you can either stick to a Hi Rise Stand and keep it on show, or you can use a Book Arc to store your MacBook so you only need to concentrate on one screen.
Working from home is all well and good, but for those times you need to venture out, you're going to need a quality MacBook sleeve. We've got some perfect ones on our own store, they've had some excellent reviews so far, and we think you'll like them too.
Having your desk setup is nice, but what about when you want a more chilled environment, this bed tray is perfect for lazing out on your sofa or bed while still giving you the ability to get some work done.
Working from home you're going to need a cable that can reach everywhere, you won't go wrong with this huge 10ft Lightning cable by Kinps. If USB-C is more your thing, you can find the perfect one here.