Working from home has become the new normal. Up 79 percent between 2005 and 2012 according to statistics from the American Community Survey, telecommuting saves companies millions and grants workers flexibility, autonomy and the comfort of working in their own space. If you’re thinking of making the switch, learn how Logitech can make your home workspace the envy of the home office.
The first step to achieving your ideal office aesthetic is ridding yourself of cable clutter. With the Logitech Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480, you can seamlessly switch from one device to the next without disrupting your work momentum. With the simple flick of a switch, you can juggle Windows, Mac, Android and iOS-enabled devices throughout your work day and the integrated cradle holds your phone or tablet at just the right angle for you to read while you type.
People are using their tablets as workstations, and Logitech has supplied the demand for keyboard cases that turn any tablet into a laptop-like experience. The Logitech Type+ Keyboard Case for iPad Air is a lightweight, two-sided case made of state-of-the-art materials to help protect against accidental bumps, scratches and spills, and features an ergonomically-engineered keyboard that replicates a laptop typing experience. It also has dual-viewing stand that makes it comfortable to work in any position, whether you prefer a standing desk or the comfort of the couch.
If you prefer the fluidity and feel of a traditional mouse to a trackpad, the Logitech Ultrathin Touch Mouse T630 works effortlessly with all of your devices and provides portability for any home office. This pocket-sized device works on most surfaces and relies on only your fingertips to operate. The precision sensor responds to even the slightest movements, and the touch surface registers nine different touch gestures—making it smarter than your average mouse.
As telecommuting grows in popularity, it’s increasingly important to separate your home life from your work life as the boundaries start to blur.
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