Now that teleworking is the order of the day, there are many users who, luckily or unfortunately, have to work from home , and for this they use a laptop since it is best if you have to bring work to the office. However, a laptop is neither the best nor the most ergonomic to work with, so we are going to recommend some accessories that will make life easier for you.
Wireless keyboard and mouse
It is clear that all laptops have a keyboard and a touchpad to act as a mouse, but when you have to work with it every day and several hours a day it is neither the most efficient nor the most ergonomic. For this reason, we consider it essential to have an external keyboard and mouse to greatly improve comfort, and in fact if they are wireless better than better because we will thus have greater versatility.
In this regard we recommend the Logitech MK270 combo, which includes a membrane keyboard and a small optical mouse that stand out for providing 24 months of autonomy on the keyboard and 12 months on the mouse, as well as being quite light to be able to carry them easily From one side to the other.
Likewise, all laptops have a screen, but it is also not the most suitable for working because, as a general rule, it will be below the line of sight and will force us to force our necks. Likewise, these screens are usually 15 inches and that is quite small, so we can only recommend an external monitor, in this case a 24-inch monitor to have a greater area of vision and better ergonomics.
In this case we recommend the Samsung S24R352 , a 24 ″ monitor and Full HD resolution with IPS matrix that also has Flicker Free technology for better visual health, ideal if you are going to spend many hours a day in front of the screen.
Lift base for laptop work
A lifting base for the monitor can serve you both to keep the monitor at a good height if it does not have regulation, as well as to have a desk and its corresponding cables organized. In case you do not want to have an external monitor, then choose a lifting base for the laptop, since this way you can at least have the screen of this one at a better height with respect to the eyes.
A USB hub also helps work with the laptop
It may seem silly, but we consider it to be fundamental. Not only because laptops have limited connectivity in terms of the number of ports available, but also for convenience due to the location of these. Suppose you have the wireless mouse and keyboard that we have recommended, but you also need a USB pen drive or connect your mobile. With a hub, you can have it all by connecting just one cable to the laptop, and if you want to take it with you, you only have to disconnect one cable.
In fact, if you want to go a step further and your laptop has USB-C, you could choose a docking instead of a simple hub, since with this you could even connect the monitor via HDMI together with the rest of USB peripherals directly to the portable and using a single port.