While having extra outlets in a surge protector is nice, it doesn’t mean you’ll actually be able to fill those spots. Cords often have super bulky box plugs that don’t want to share any space. We all have experienced plugging in one thing and it taking up two, if not three spaces. This is equally annoying as going to the grocery only to find no spaces to put your car because too many people don’t know how to park.
Regardless of where you are or what you’re doing, there is always a deadline looming overhead. You can let it get to you and worry about it constantly, or chip away at your work over time so that it can’t best you. Of course, switching to work mode isn’t always as easy pulling out your laptop. Many people need a quiet place to work, or at least the visual aspect of a workstation to let them focus.
We all do value our privacy these days, but then again, there are moments when our privacy gets invaded – through no fault of our own, but rather, because the technology is there, and so is the know how, and more importantly, the malicious intent that lies behind it. Das Keyboard knows what a predicament it can be should your personal information get stolen, which is why they have come up with the innovative Das Keyboard HackShield Backpack as well as Messenger Bags that will feature RF (Radio Frequency) blocking technology and anti-theft access security in order to help safeguard your electronic devices and personal data within.
If you spend most of your day working at a desk, that generally means that you’re spending most of your day sitting in a chair. While that might seem great, especially if you have a rather comfortable chair, it’s not the best thing in the world for your body. That is why standing desks have started to become more and more popular in recent years.
Whenever there’s a leap forward in screen resolution, you always look back and wonder just how you thought the previous size was ever crisp enough to satisfy your eyes. The last really big push was for the 1080p standard, which is 1920×1080. However, there is a new kid in town, and his name is simply 4K. This new standard is 3840×2160, which is double the pixels. There aren’t a lot of devices on the market that support this new resolution, but that’s about to change before long.