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Working From Home Deals: The essentials, for less

Working from home isn’t cheap — but it can be cheaper. That’s where our list of the best working from home deals comes in. Here, we round up incredible offers on must-have hardware that will make your life a bit easier, including but not limited to coffee machines, desktop monitors, robot vacuums, and even software like Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft Office.

Kitting out an office? Check out our collection of the best home office deals instead.

Today’s Best Working From Home Deals

  • Logitech MK345 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse — $33, was $50
  • Microsoft Office 365 Personal — $48, was $70
  • Seagate 2TB External Hard Drive — $60, was $70
  • HP Envy 5055 All-in-One Printer$80, was $130
  • 24-inch BenQ (Full HD) Monitor$140, was $160
  • Mr Ironstone Adjustable Standing Desk — $160, was $240
  • 27-inch Dell (Full HD) Monitor$205, was $270
  • AdvanceUp Motorized Standing Desk — $410, was $500
  • Microsoft Surface Pro 7 (4GB RAM, 128GB SSD)$700, was $960
  • Apple MacBook Air (8GB RAM, 128GB SSD)$900, was $1,100
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Don't let your housework suffer while you're working from home. The iRobot Roomba 675 will vacuum your home office and all the other rooms on the level while you're cracking on with your tasks. more
CHEAP WIRELESS KEYBOARD + MOUSE
Tired of banging away at a laptop-sized keyboard? Getting cramp from a small trackpad? This Logitech MK345 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse are the answers to your prayers. Compatible with Mac and PC. more
CHEAP WIRELESS MOUSE
One of the most used wireless mice in the world, the Logitech M330 does one thing well: Follow your movement. Whether you're using Mac or PC, it doesn't get better than this. more

X-Tech Executive

$1,915 $2,115
Top-of-the-line X-Tech Executive Chair starts with adjustments for every chair component. Options from wheels to color choices, to the type of integrated massage let you build a custom office chair. more
X-Chair's X Flex Mesh task chair includes a self-adjusting lumbar support, adjustable backrest height, variable reclining, an independently adjustable headrest, and armrests that adjust four ways. more

How To Master Working From Home

The trick to working from home is creating the perfect environment — both physical and virtual. If you’re no stranger to a cup of hot joe, buy a coffee machine. If you find yourself falling asleep in your comfy office chair, invest in a standing desk. Too hot? Consider a fan. Need to create a spreadsheet and Apple Numbers isn’t cutting it? Subscribe to Office 365 to get Excel.

Of course, this is all easier said than done. Mastering working from home is very much the result of trial and error. Our advice? If you aren’t as productive as you should be, ask yourself why. It’s only once you have the answer to this can you start looking for the solution. Most of the time it will come down to a lack of resources or being too comfortable (yes, that can be a real problem).

Having too many distractions could be the reason, too. If a quick trip into the kitchen to make lunch turns into an hour-long housework session, you could do with investing in a dishwasher and possibly even a robot vacuum or mop. The aim here is to cut the number of chores you need to do a day, so there’s nothing to eat up your time when you venture out of your home office.

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