This Fall for many people, work, and school will be different. However, work and school will still go on in different ways. These computer gadgets from Kensington will help make the transition back to work and school a little easier. They have a lot of clever computer gadgets. For the budget-minded, it’s great to know that nothing is over $70!
Kensington SmartFit Spin2™ Computer Monitor Stand:
Maximize the space on your desk or tabletop for just $50 by placing your computer monitor on the Kensington SmartFit Spin 2 monitor stand. ($50).
The Lazy Susa underneath it gives you able space for pens, paperclips, thumb drives, or whatever else you need at hand. This carousel stand will hold up to a 24″ monitor.
While this works best for a stand-alone computer monitor, you might also use it with a laptop if your desk or workspace is low.
Kensington thoughtfully includes a SmartFit View Finder to help you customize the view on your monitor to best suit you.
Kensington Keyboard for Life Wireless Desktop Set:
After literally decades of working on a PC with a separate keyboard, I find it challenging to use the keyboard on my laptop.
For $30 I have found an easy, affordable solution: the Kensington Keyboard for Life Wireless Desktop set.
This keyboard and mouse has made my life so much easier. It’s lightweight and you can carry it around should you want to.
The full-sized keyboard has nicely raised keys. Even better, the keyboard is “spill proof.”
The 2.4 GHz Bluetooth connection (with a dongle that works with the wireless mouse as well) will work with most setups.
If there’s a downside, it’s that the keys are not backlit and you might have a glare in certain light situations. However, if you touch-type as I do, that’s not too much of an issue. I love this keyboard–I’m typing this story on it right now.
An ergonomic two-button wireless mouse completes the set. The design really reduces hand and wrist fatigue. Amazingly, the set is just $22!
Wrist Pad/Mouse Pad:
Along with the Keyboard for Life Wireless Desktop set, your hands and wrists will really thank you if you add the Kensington Wrist Pillow Mouse and Wrist Rest ($12.25).
If you type a lot, you’ll find the large rounded shape works well with a mouse, but still will fit next to your keyboard (the one in my photo is my laptop),
The non-skid base keeps in place and the pillow is like a bed pillow for your wrist and hand…it’s heavenly when you’re putting in hours of work on the computer.
There are plenty of other clever computer gadgets to help you be more productive. Visit the Kensington Web Site