If you’ve recently started working from home, you’ll know that having a dedicated space to work from can enhance your productivity. But the room you choose is almost as important as all the little things that go into setting up the space.
We’ve rounded up a few things that you should consider getting for your home workspace.
The Ideal Computer – Apple Macbook Pro 16
Apple’s latest 16” MacBook Pro is the best choice when it comes to doing all kinds of work seamlessly. Fast and reliable, we think a laptop is better than a desktop because it gives you plenty of freedom to move around when you need to and take your work with you if you are traveling. If you’re more comfortable with a Windows computer, the Acer Aspire 5 is a great choice.
The Ideal Desk – A Minimal Setup Is Best
For a home office desk, we think taking the minimalistic approach works best. When it comes to standing desks, pick a desk that does both if possible and can be easily adjustable with an electric system. This way, you can choose to sit down, stand up or alternate between the two through the course of the day.
The Ideal Desk Chair: Look for Ergonomic Support
For your computer chair, we think the first thing you need to think about is ergonomic comfort. It’s worth investing in a quality piece of furniture to protect your back and prevent long-term damage to your body. The high-end office chair brand Herman Miller gets our vote for having some of the best designed chairs for a workspace. And it’s available in a range of colors to match your home office setup.
The Ideal Keyboard and Mouse: Think Wireless!
Watch your productivity soar when you have a great keyboard and mouse setup. If you’re using a Mac, the extended wire-free Apple Magic Keyboard is the best way to go. If you’re working on Windows, check out the Logitech K350 Wireless Wave Keyboard.
Once you have that sorted out, you will need to get a mouse that will be precise and quick. Logitech’s MX Master 2S wireless mouse has a perfect size and fits seamlessly with both Mac and Windows-based systems.