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Just when you thought you had all the accessories you need for the most productive working or studying space at home, think again.
Sure, having a comfortable office chair may be imperative for your back while sitting for long periods of time, an additional seat cushion in your office can’t hurt and wearing blue-light blocking glasses can help reduce eye strain.
Say hello to Logitech’s adorable Bluetooth keyboard that’s seriously giving me retro vibes. And at only $40, it’s truly a steal compared to Apple’s model that goes for $99.
Shop: Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard, $39.99
One of its most standout features that makes Logitech’s wireless keyboard an instant must-have is that you can simultaneously connect it to your MacBook, iPad or iPhone. Once you sign off for work for the day, you can seamlessly switch between your devices with the tap of a button to continue browsing and complete other tasks easier than ever.
Because it’s wireless and Bluetooth-enabled, it does require two AAA batteries (that are surprisingly included!), which is one of the pitfalls of the model compared to Apple’s, which uses a USB-C cord to charge.
However, its simple design is made for comfortable use. Its small footprint allows you to have your mouse closer, so you’re doing less arm-reaching which helps you find a comfortable posture. It’s also designed with low-profile keys, so there’s no excessively loud key noises while typing.
And with more than 1,000 five-star reviews on Amazon, this keyboard is a no-brainer to add to your work-from-home-space if you’ve been searching for an affordable wireless keyboard.
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