We recently updated our extensive guide to the Best Gear for Working From Home, and many of our favorites are on sale right now. Whether you need a new standing desk or office chair, or if you’ve been in the market for a nice new power strip, we’ve got you covered.
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Desks and Desk Accessories
This is our favorite standing desk at one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen. The bamboo top is eco-friendly and looks great, and you get four height presets for the motor. It smoothly goes up and down with little wobble. Fully offers a range of add-ons to customize the desk when you’re purchasing.
It takes a bit of work to assemble, but this desk has everything that you’ll need for a motorized standing desk at a very affordable price. It has one motor that can take the desktop from 28 to 48 inches with three height presets, and the surface is made from high-quality chipboard. This deal is available only for Amazon Prime members.
This is a VESA-compatible mount that’s rated for up to 20 pounds and comes with a five-year warranty. The build quality is great, and we like the built-in cable management. It’s made by the same company that makes our favorite standing desks.
Click the coupon button to get the additional 10 percent off. If you want to work from your couch or bed, this desk does the job. The stand is only on one side, so it won’t be tough to place it near a couch or bed, and the height is adjustable. It’s pretty stable to work on, and you can roll it out of the way when you’re done.
This is a pretty comfy chair for the price. It’s all-mesh, which allow for better airflow and is great if you tend to run hot. You also get a headrest, and the chair is quite adjustable. It comes with two sets of wheels—casters and rollerblades—so you can make it work on different types of floors.
We like this heigh-adjustable footrest for folks who spend hours at a time at their desk. The plush cover comes in velvet or mesh and can be machine washed.
Former WIRED writer Arielle Pardes was a fan of this under-desk treadmill, which she used to log miles a day while doing her normal work. Fellow gear team member Medea Giordano has also liked under-desk walking devices, which can help keep your body active (and sharpen your mind) while you work.
Desk mats are a great way to keep things looking classy in your space, and these double as a giant mousepad. This microfiber mat isn’t too fancy, but at this discount it doesn’t need to be.
This polyurethane leather mat is gorgeous, especially in pink. You can flip it over for a second color. It’s easy to clean and smooth to glide a mouse over.
WIRED senior reviews editor Julian Chokkattu has tested this with both Android and iPhones, and this lamp with a wireless charger base meets his needs. It has a USB-A port on the back for plugged-in charging, and color temperature settings can set the mood in the room. It has held up well after nearly a year of testing.
It can be annoying to rely on power strips on the floor. This strip extender comes with six large outlets and a USB-C and USB-A port, which makes it great for an office that needs lots of stuff plugged in at once.
Screens, Hubs, and Headphones
Affix this 13-inch portable monitor via magnets to the back of your laptop and slide it out whenever you need an extra screen. It doesn’t take up any additional desk space and is great for airplane tray tables (though maybe not so much for your neighbor), and it just needs to connect to your laptop via the included USB-C cable. It’s a smart system that works reliably well.
This is a surprisingly compact portable monitor for its 15-inch size, and we really like the built-in kickstand for overall stability. There are a variety of connection options for Mac, PC, smartphone, and gaming systems, as well as built-in stereo speakers (though you probably don’t want to rely on them).
Need to plug a lot of gear into your PC? This one is especially great if you’re using an older laptop or PC without a USB-C port. Plug it via USB-A and you’ll now get access to six additional USB-A ports, two HDMI, a gigabit Ethernet, and a headphone jack. If you upgrade to a machine with USB-C, then you can use the included adapter on the cable.
This is a nice entry-level wired gaming headset. It works well for Zoom meetings, and you can use it to frag your friends online after hours. It comes in a wireless version too.
This four-port hub features two USB-A jacks, a 100-watt USB-C port that can power a MacBook Pro, and a 4K HDMI out. That’s not a ton of ports for an adapter this large, but this thing features an M.2 port for an external hard drive function in this dock, which is pretty awesome! Note: This hub does not support NVME M.2 cards, and the SSD is not included.