LAPTOP VS. DESKTOP ENVIRONMENT
Making the switch could improve your posture!
When it comes to monitors, size matters.
Unfortunately, laptops’ thinner, hinged screens are also more likely to crack or disconnect, leaving you without a display! Luckily, if your laptop screen breaks, an external monitor can be a quick and dependable replacement solution.
IS THERE A MOUSE IN YOUR HOUSE?
Add this desktop classic to your home office.
Most new mice are optical or laser, and do not require a mouse pad. However, some people still prefer using a mouse pad because it mutes the sound of the plastic mouse being repositioned on their hard desktop. Furthermore, some mouse pads have built-in wrist support for extra comfort and to prevent developing carpel-tunnel syndrome. Lastly, you’ll need to see which mouse feels best in your hand and has the options that help you work efficiently. They come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. However, most basic mice, with few exceptions, have a left and right click button. Other options may include a scroll wheel (a necessity, in my opinion), track ball, and additional shortcut buttons.