When it comes to working from home, keeping a clean, organized desk is as essential as having the proper tech. Fortunately, you can achieve both these things simultaneously by making an investment in wireless gear.
A good wireless mouse, keyboard and pair of headphones can drastically reduce the amount of clutter on your desk. But it can also make it easier to change locations once it’s time to get back to the office. If you’re ready to rid your workspace of those pesky cables and free up your computer’s precious USB ports, here’s some of the best wireless work-from-home tech we’ve tested.
The Logitech MX Master 3 is the best wireless mouse we’ve tested, offering the perfect mix of ergonomics, reliable performance and useful features. The mouse’s somewhat jarring design ended up being quite comfortable, thanks to an angled build that supports your hand’s natural resting position and a base to support your thumb.
The MX Master 3 made it easy for us to zip between applications, thanks to its multiple scroll wheels and programmable buttons, and always felt responsive and smooth even without a mouse pad. And if your workspace consists of multiple computers and tablets, the MX Master 3 can pair to as many as three devices at once and switch between them with a single click.
Compact and quiet: Razer Pro Click Mini
If you want something smaller and cheaper than the Logitech MX Master 3, the Razer Pro Click Mini is a recent favorite of ours. This mouse feels great for its small size, with textured side grips and a nice curve that kept us comfortable throughout weeks of heavy work.
Its versatile scroll wheel has multiple settings for both speeding through and carefully browsing documents, and can even tilt left and right for when you need to navigate a wide spreadsheet. But we especially love how quiet the Pro Click Mini is, with nearly silent click buttons that your family, roommates or co-workers will surely appreciate.
Our pick for the best keyboard you can buy, the Logitech MX Keys pack tons of features and comfortable keys into a full-size design complete with arrow keys and a number pad. Its matte keys felt great to type on in our testing, and its handy proximity sensors will automatically illuminate them when it detects …….