This Minimalist Pink Keyboard Is Perfect for Your Home Office and It's Less Than P2,000
You can connect up to three devices at once!
(SPOT.ph) Still perfecting every corner of your home office? We recently rounded up a list of work-from-home essentials that will make your life much easier—comfy office chairs, noise-cancelling headphones, and tabletop organizers are just a few must-haves you may want to add to your setup. If you're looking at getting a new keyboard this time around—one that is both functional and stylish—here's something for you to check out Logitech's K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard. Not only are its hardware and ergonomic construction impressive, but it also features a gorgeous minimalist design decked out in a pastel pink color!
This no-frills keyboard has more than just a pretty exterior—its slim construction packs some serious features. This wireless keyboard can be connected to your device via Bluetooth, but here’s the cool part: you can connect up to three devices at once (yup, even devices with different operating systems!) and switch among each one with the tap of a button. That means you can go from typing on your phone to your tablet to your laptop without missing a beat.
The keyboard features small, rounded keys that are made to comfortably fit your fingertips and promise fluid, quiet typing—raise your hand if you grit your teeth at the sound of loud typers at work. Best part? The entire keypad is squeezed into a compact construction that will barely take up space on your desk and fit right in your bag—you’ll have lots of room left for a wireless mouse, too. That way, you can use it no matter where you choose to work for the day. Don't worry, it runs on AAA alkaline batteries that promise to last up to two years—no charging required. You can get the device for just P1,999!
Here's a closer look:
Did we mention this minimalist device comes in a total of four colors? You can opt for the Rose keyboard if it matches your home-office aesthetic, but it also comes in Off-White, Black, and Blue if you prefer more neutral tones.
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Logitech's K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard is available online.
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Looking for more useful devices sporting shades of rose, blush, flamingo, and fuchsia? Check out our list of pink gadgets and accessories you can shop now:
Tolv True Wireless Earphones (P5,500) from Sudio
Sudio's line of listening devices includes wireless earbuds, earphones, and headphones—each with Bluetooth capability (say goodbye to untangling your earphones!) and a dynamic range of sound to make your tunes and podcasts sound sharp and clear. These gorgeous pink earbuds promise high-quality sound and can last for up to 20 hours of playtime when fully charged. Plus, if you're charging on the go, you can get an hour’s worth of use from just a 10-minute charge!
Available at Power Mac Center; see a list of branches.
Versa 2 (prices start at P12,890) from Fitbit
One of Fitbit’s latest iterations of their popular fitness tracker, the Versa 2, has a bunch of cool features. It can keep track of your steps, calories, quality and hours of sleep, swim laps (yup, it's waterproof!), menstrual cycle, heart rate, and more. It can also alert you whenever you get notifications on your phone like e-mails and calendar alerts, so you can glance at your wrist to stay up-to-date without having to pick up your phone every time. The Versa 2's interface and strap and come in a variety of colors that you can mix and match, but we're obsessed with this dusty rose combo!
See a list of Fitbit retailers.
And just in case you're sick of working from home every single day, we've got a list of hotels and serviced apartments in Metro Manila that are now offering work-from-hotel packages for the remote worker, whether you want to stay for just a day or extend to an overnight "workation."
Sheraton Hotel Manila
Newport Boulevard, Newport City, Pasay City
Sheraton Manila welcomes their patrons back with their campaign "Commitment to Clean." They’ve taken things further in their work-from-hotel daytime deals by providing a new coworking space called ColLab. You can sign up for a hot desk (P25,000/month), which allows you to sit anywhere in a communal space; a dedicated desk (P39,000/month), which gives you dibs to a more private and more spacious table; or a whole office space (P35,000/month for one seat) that comes with housekeeping services and 24/7 access. One office space can occupy up to eight people, which is great if you want to bring the whole team. Members also have access to free-flowing coffee and tea, food delivery from Sheraton's all-day café, business center services like scanning and courier, and discounted room rates.
Summit Hotel Greenhills
13 Annapolis Street, Greenhills, San Juan City
Summit Hotel Greenhills implements Summit Hotels and Resorts' "Circle of Clean" program, which aims to provide guests with a worry-free stay. If you intend to work distraction-free, they have furnished offices which you can book during the day. Rates range from five days (P10,700) to a month (P27,000). You also have the option of booking a connecting room so you can stay within hotel premises. Rates for connecting rooms and furnished offices range from P17,000 (five days) to P48,000 (one month). These private spaces can accommodate up to two persons plus a pet cat or dog.