If you’re anything like us, you dropped way too much coin over the past year and a half on tech to upgrade your work-from-home setup so you could get shit done while not setting foot inside the office. While we’ve grown accustomed to the idea of never leaving the house, that doesn’t mean the “work from home” aspect couldn’t still get a few upgrades. And that’s where Logitech’s Logi Deck comes in. This all-in-one docking station simplifies setup, reduces clutter, has all the connection ports you need, and, most importantly, simplifies video conferencing with easy calendar integration, buttons for one-touch join, mute, video on/off, and a built-in speakerphone with six beamforming microphones so you’ll never have to worry about putting on headphones. Since it’s designed to work with Zoom, Teams, and Meet, it’s literally built for all your conference calling needs–whether they’re pandemic based or not. Logitech’s Logi Dock will be available later this year for just under $400.
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