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5 of the best budget computer speakers for your home office

Now that so many people are working from home full-time, a lot of us are spending a lot of time in front of our home computers. And if there’s one thing that’s true about most computers, it’s that they have pretty terrible built-in speakers. 

Chances are, you’ll max out the volume button on your laptop and still find the sound too soft to hear your boss on a Zoom or Google Meet conference. And if it’s that bad for a conference call, can you imagine streaming a movie or listening to music?

Luckily, you don’t have to just accept your computer’s shoddy speakers as a fact of life. You can either listen to audio with headphones or, even better, with computer speakers. And there’s even better news: you don’t have to break the bank to get decent computer speakers. There are lots of great speakers for a shopper on a budget.  Read more…

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BEST FOR UNDER £100

Bose Companion 2 Series III

These speakers deliver amazing, crystal clear sound at a reasonable price.

£89.95 from Amazon

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BEST FOR DURABILITY

Logitech S120

These compact, durable speakers deliver the sound you want at a low price.

£30.88 from Amazon

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BEST FOR UNDER £50

Creative Pebble V2

These speakers are small, lightweight, modern and deliver powerful sound with minimal distortion.

£24.99 from Amazon

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BEST FOR DESIGN

Edifier R980T

If you have the office space, these speakers will deliver great sound from your computer.

£59.99 from Amazon

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BEST FOR LAPTOPS

Sanyun SW102

These small, light, and USB-powered speakers are a great choice if you use a laptop instead of a desktop computer.

£29.99 from Amazon


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