Using Wholesale Electronics to Get Organized
If you're not at the top of whatever workflow chart you find
yourself a part of, chances are good that you find yourself
wishing your office was a little bigger. Even though technology
makes our lives easier, it certainly takes up a lot of space.
And with more and more gizmos and gadgets coming out each year,
the wires, manuals, and add-ons can really take their toll on
your already cramped space.
Office space clutter is not only annoying, but it can also be
one of the fastest ways to lose a client's or coworker's
respect. Here are a few tips and wholesale electronics devices
you can use to cut down on the clutter and create a neat, clean,
In the world of monitors, big is NOT beautiful.
The first thing you should do if your desktop acreage leaves you
wanting is to toss the huge monitor that came with your computer
and go out and buy yourself a flat panel monitor. They're not
cheap, but I promise it's the best birthday present you'll give
yourself until you're on the top of the workflow chart (i.e.
Go wireless. Keyboard and mouse wires are
unnecessary evils now that wireless options are cheap and
readily available. An optical mouse eliminates the need for a
mouse pad if you are really in a crunch for space. Depending on
the size of company you are working for, wireless internet
routers and wireless cards for both PCs and laptops are options
to help cut down on the miles of wires that seem to run to the
back of your computer. Wholesale electronics vendors typically
carry package deals on wireless keyboards and mouses that make
this option even more economical.
Keep the wires under wraps. Some devices don't
come without wires (yet), and chances are you've got dozens of
wires running under your feet as you read this article. Use
Velcro strips, ties, or tubing to bundle wires together. When
you upgrade your wires and connections, check the wholesale
electronics section to see if they carry wire organizing
devices. Not only does this keep you from pulling the printer
cable out of the back of your computer each time you stretch
your feet, but it will also make under your desk look neat.
Get personal with your audio. Have you ever
noticed that the stylish, modern shapes that computer speakers
come in don't typically stack well? If you are working in a
public workspace and have to hunch near your speakers to listen
to your music, consider switching to headphones. Wireless
headphones are available from a number of vendors and the prices
are quite reasonable. Combination microphone and headphone
headsets also reduce the need to use awkward desktop
Take your office with you. Over the last few
years laptops have really come into their own. You can get all
the computing power you'd ever want out of a desktop without
having to worry about an extra monitor, keyboard, mouse, and
speakers - and even better yet, you don't have to worry about
all the wires that come with them. Any upgrades or add-ons you
need can usually be picked up pretty inexpensive from any
wholesale electronics dealer.
Three auxiliaries are better than one.
Printers, copiers, and scanners are integral parts to any home
business or office. But you don't need to sacrifice tons of
deskspace to have them all. You can often save quite a bit of
money buying 3-in-1 combinations of these auxiliaries rather
than buying them separately. You also integrate all of your tech
support needs for the devices because they are all made by the
The devil is in the details. Little things can
really go a long way in cleaning up the clutter and opening up
desk and office space. USB flash drives store more than their
bulky disk counterparts and you can rest assured that they'll be
compatible wherever you go. Under-desk trays for keyboards and
mice, clip on copy holders that attach to your monitor, and
stacking paper trays will all help your home or work office look
and feel neat and organized.