Highly Useful Business Gadgets (Part II)
Jabra Evolve 75e Bluetooth earphones
A noise-cancelling, stylish addition for when you want some quiet in your cubicle.
- Comfortable fit
- Patchy Bluetooth connectivity
- Good sound quality
- Excellent battery life
- Compact design
Offices can usually be noisy places to work, so if you are seeking to cut yourself off from the world around you, Jabra’s latest Bluetooth headset could be your solution.
The 75e is Jabra’s newest try in helping to enhance the efficiency of employees with a comfortable headset that delivers long battery life and unique design.
The Square Reader
- An invaluable tool for small businesses everywhere
- Highly portable and affordable
- Easy to set up
- Full mobile integration
- Possibly too small?
As more and more folks ditch cash for digital payment and no-contract business, Business of all sizes will want to adjust. Square has long been one of the most exhilarating payments companies around and has now lastly brought its Reader product to the United Kingdom for the 1st time.
The product acts as a mobile POS, letting you pay fast for your items using a wearable device or contactless card. Targeted mostly at traders and small businesses, the Square Reader is compact and slim, easily fitting in your palm.
TP-Link M4750 Mobile Wi-Fi hotspot
- Tough and portable design
- Good download speeds
- All-day battery life
- Easy set-up
- Tricky to track down in the UK
Another option for workers always on the go, the TP-Link M4750 provides download speeds of up to 50Mbps and 300Mbps. That’s not sufficient to consistently stream high-quality teleconferencing or media. But, if you need to work files and other documents, the LTE Cat 6 network connection should be ideal.
Our tests found that the device was reliable in reaching these speeds, even in central London, and more than enough to enjoy reliable connections whilst on the move. The battery life for the device was excellent, going a whole day with ease.