How to Boost Productivity While Working From Home

How to Boost Productivity While Working From Home

Time flies. It’s unbelievable that it has been more than two years since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our lives have changed dramatically during this time, such as adapting to new ways of working. The workplace don’t have to be the office, and remote working has become a trend. But just like working at the office, There are some equipment can help you be more productive.

If you've ever had to work at a hotel or a family member's house while on vacation, you may realized you can still get work done with just three items: a computer (or even a smartphone), a reliable (preferably high-speed) internet connection, and power. That's the bare minimum you need to work remotely. But to work from home regularly, you'll need more equipment to be productive and comfortable.

If you're looking for a multiple USB port device to create a well-set-up home office, or need an Ethernet adapter, CableCreation always here for you.

Network Solutions

If you have kids, their FaceTime, TikTok, and PS/Xbox habits may slow down your connection and download speeds. The last thing you want to happen while on an important zoom call is for your signal to drop. This is also important for kids who are studying online lessons.

Getting as close to your Wi-Fi router as possible can help, but sometimes Wi-Fi isn't reliable. Or you can consider switching to Ethernet. You may need a network adapter since laptops don't have an Ethernet port these days, plus an Ethernet cable to connect your computer to your router.

CableCreation has USB to Ethernet adapters and USB C to Ethernet adapters to provide different solutions for different laptop users. They all support speeds up to 1 Gbps, which means a stable connection and fast download times, greatly improving your work productivity and the fluency of your child's online class.

Working Screen Size Solutions

Are you considering buying a monitor? Wait a minute, look around your home and I'm sure you'll notice the big screen TV. Yes, sometimes, we can use the TV instead. Simply connect your laptop and TV with an HDMI cable, and your laptop screen will be mirrored to the TV screen. The big screen is also eye-friendly for students. And the TV can extend your laptop screen as well, making your multitasking easier. This is especially important for people quarantined in hotels, where the TV in the room may be the only monitor available.

If your computer doesn't have an HDMI port, or you're using an iPad, investing in a USB C adapter with an HDMI port or a USB C to HDMI cable adapter can solve this problem easily. CableCreation's related products are plug-and-play, no driver is required.

But if the external monitor in your home does not pack an HDMI port, you can use a USB C to VGA adapter or USB C to DisplayPort adapter to connect your external display. We have a variety of options for you.

Connecting USB Peripherals Solutions

Today's laptops and iPads only pack a few common ports. But we still need more ports to connect many USB peripherals, such as external keyboard, mouse, printer, U disk, hard disk, card reader, etc. If you just want to expand more USB ports, a USB 3.0 hub with Ethernet adapter is a good option.

If you want a device that solves the three problems at one time, CableCreation's 7-in-1 USB C hub  can become your perfect working partner. It has a Gigabit Ethernet port, an HDMI port that supports 4K@60Hz HDR, 2 USB 3.0 ports, 104MB/s SD/Micro SD card slot, and a 100W USB C PD port. The USB C hub has a stylish appearance and is very portable. And the travel pouch coming with the package can protect the hub from friction and is very easy to store in a laptop bag.

The corona virus outbreak has caught us off guard. Many people around the world are self-quarantined for the safety of themselves and others. So working from home (WFH) has become a new norm. At CableCreation, we're here to help you adapt to this new world with a range of products designed for remote work and our new way of life. Last but not least, may you stay safe and happy.

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