Master working from home on the cheap with these home office deals

Have no choice but to start working from home? You’ll want to create a killer workstation. Sure, your employer may have hooked you up with a laptop with the software needed to get the job done, but is that really all you need? If you’re a multitasking whiz, a monitor could be of use. Tired of hammering away at a small keyboard? Consider a (more spacious) wireless one. You don’t have to part with an awful lot of cash to build the home office of your dreams, either: We’ve rounded up all the best home office deals right here.

Today’s Best Home Office Deals

WIRELESS MOUSE FOR MAC
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Apple Magic Mouse 2

$74 $79
Using a Mac? You need the Magic Mouse 2. Built with Mac in mind (duh!), it's overflowing with useful shortcuts. Need to zoom? Tap twice. Access another desktop? Swipe left or right. The list goes on.
PERFECT FOR HOME OFFICES
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Sony WH-1000XM3

$240 $245
Don't wait... now is your last chance to get the awesome Sony WH-1000XM3 at a steep discount while stores get rid of their remaining inventory to make room for the newer WH-1000XM4.
BUILT-IN NUMERIC KEYPAD
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Apple Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad

$119 $129
Work from a MacBook or iMac? Get Apple's trademark typing experience with a dedicated Numeric Keypad thrown in. Perfect for anyone who lives and breathes Microsoft Excel.
KEYBOARD FOR MAC
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Apple Magic Keyboard 2

$94 $99
Work from a MacBook? Get the same typing experience without having to have the lid open with the Magic Keyboard -- eliminating the need to crouch over a small screen while working with a monitor.
ILLUMINATED WIRELESS KEYBOARD
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Logitech K800 Illuminated Wireless Keyboard

$60 $100
If you're a fan of working in the dark, the Logitech K800 has you covered. That's because it has an illuminated backlight, which keeps the buttons lit at all times. It also has fast-charging. Nice.
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Logitech K800 Wireless Keyboard

$60 $100
Work in the dark with ease as this keyboard has backlit keys and illuminated characters to make difficulty locating keys a thing of the past.

How To Build The Perfect Home Office

The beauty of working from home is you can decorate your home office any which way you want. Obsessed with lava lamps? Put one on your desk. Don’t want to breathe the same musky air all day? You need an air purifier. Want to listen to music in between meetings? A Bluetooth speaker or a pair of noise-canceling headphones will do the trick. What we’re trying to say is there’s no right or wrong when it comes to home offices — they’re as unique as the people who work out of them, and that’s what makes them so great.

Having said that, there are few basic things every home office needs. The first? A printer. No explanation needed. The second? Nobody wants to work from a cramped screen and keyboard. Invest in a monitor, and a wireless keyboard and mouse. The third? You’re probably going to need to dial-in to meetings. Make sure your colleagues can hear you (and you can hear them) with a reliable headset. The fourth? Mistakes can happen, especially if there are children nearby. Pick up an external hard drive to back up your files.

All this equipment can be costly, though. That’s where Digital Trends comes in. As well as rounding up all the discounted products we feel would be a perfect for any home office above, we’re continually monitoring the cheapest prices for everything from Chromebooks and iPads to Keurigs and MacBooks — all welcome additions to any home office. You can find links to some of these pages below. Don’t see something you like? Keep checking back. We update them around the clock, as and when we find must-have offers.

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