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Getting Techy with Business: Five Gadgets to Improve Your Business Performance

[ 0 ] December 31, 2013 |

Logiutech Ultrathin Mouse

With the invention of so many new technologies to improve work performance, networking and task-managing abilities, it was only a matter of time before these technologies entered businesses. Nowadays, there are many gadgets designed specifically for increasing your performance either as an employee of a business, or as the operator of the business itself.

With things being the way they are, you’d be crazy not to enter the market for some techy equipment to help you along. Read on to find out about some of the best deals you can get in terms of gadgets and technology for your business!

1. Logitech Ultrathin mouse T630

Just bought an amazing Ultrabook to up your business performance? Well perhaps it’s time to get the mouse that fits Ultrabooks to a T. The Logitech Ultrathin Mouse T630 is designed especially for use with Ultrabooks on account of its impressive, slick design and lean dimensions. It can fit into the pocket of your clothes more easily than a smartphone, and can link to two devices at once – go from one computer to another with the flick of a switch. If you ever need to multitask between two devices, the Logitech Ultrathin is the mouse for you and $69 is quite a bargain!

2. Wacom Bamboo Pad Wireless

Now this gadget here is one that, in any given year, will save you literally hours of painful attempts at trying to remember crucial details from meetings and briefings. Known as the Wacom Bamboo Pad Wireless, this nifty device is essentially a touchpad with an accompanying stylus that enables you to draw and take notes, and later on transfer them onto either a PC or a Mac. The touchpad can also zoom in on and rotate images on it, can send information wirelessly to a desktop, and does it all for around only $70. That way, your meeting notes can be on your computer before you even leave the meeting room.

3. Twelve South GhostStand

The Twelve South GhostStand sounds like a piece of furniture, and truth be told it is. But for what it offers the business workers, it easily contends with other gadgets out on the market. The stand, consisting of two pieces of plastic, comes together easily and features silicone railing to ensure it remains firmly in place on your desk. Its purpose is simple: to elevate your laptop to a position you find comfortable, and to make sure it stays there. The days of feeling wrist, neck and eye strain in the office are gone for good, and you’ll find yourself less stiff at the end of the day! For a cheap price of only $35, it’s something that will pay for itself over and over as your business maintains healthy workers in a safe work environment.

4. Bose Wireless Headset

Now you might think it strange that a pair of headphones, of all things, has made it onto a list of business gadgets. But the Bose Wireless headset offers a couple of invaluable individual benefits, which in turn flow onto better performance in the business. The feel and make of the speakers is such that they will comfortably fit into pretty much anyone’s head, and their strong battery power means that you can use them for up to seven hours without needing to charge them. What’s more important, the speakers are especially designed for voice-recognition programs (which many businesses use) and are great for lengthy, detailed conference calls to partners, colleagues or other people your business deals with.

Being wireless, the speakers can be used in a variety of contexts, and for workers who are most productive when working with music, they playback features of the headphones are also impressive. At $249, getting this gadget is a solid investment that will pay dividends in the communication abilities and work-performance of your business.

5. Lenovo ThinkVision LT423p

This portable display screen comes with a reasonable price-tag, and is absolutely great for improving worker motivation and clearly outlining goals and agendas for all to see! With a display of around 13.3 inches and a resolution of 1600×900, this screen can synchronise with your computer and takes its power via USB. It also comes ready with up to ten points of touch for easy navigation and is protected by a layer of Gorilla Glass.

If, for example, you’ve rented a property from a business, and you want easily accessible screens in your office, then the Lenovo ThinkVision is the perfect gadget. So think about that the next time you’re looking at getting new office space, because it might save you a lot of money in installation and renovation costs to get a ThinkVision instead!

This post is done in partnership with TGC. TGC offers an array of commercial property for lease – once you’re done finding a new office space, you can start buying these awesome gadgets! 

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