Complaining about the office can be therapeutic. Constant criticism of the temperature, space, and snack selection is something that binds a workforce and helps everyone to get through the day. It’s really not that bad, though.
Sure, the office has its faults, but you’ll notice all the little comforts that it affords as soon as you start working from home. Obviously it’s nice to roll out of bed and join a meeting in your pyjamas, but you’ll quickly realise that the grass isn’t greener at home.
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Working from home can actually be a real struggle, especially if you’re not fully prepared. A constant supply of snacks and drinks is a good place to start, but you also need to invest in all the devices and products that help you to work efficiently in the office. That means you’re going to have consider dropping some cash on a desk chair, keyboard, mouse, set of headphones, and even a laptop. Read more…
BEST FOR FEATURES
Apple MacBook Pro
Probably the best and the brightest laptop for working from home.
BEST FOR DURABILITY
Dell XPS 13
Chassis is designed with high build quality that’s stronger and stiffer than most of the competition.
BEST FOR PORTABILITY
Microsoft Surface 3
This thin and light laptop is easy to carry around the house.
BEST FOR BATTERY LIFE
Acer Aspire 5
This laptops stays at your side all day with up to 11 hours of battery life.
BEST FOR POWER
Huawei MateBook X Pro
The processor and graphics card provide all the horsepower you need.
BEST FOR GRAPHICS
Apple MacBook Air
Retina display with True Tone technology makes for an immersive experience.