Top 10 Tech Gadgets For Better Remote Work 📍 | by Drago @ The Video Camp | Apr, 2022 – Medium

Here are the essential tools and tech that I use when I’m working on the go, and why it saves me time and keeps me mobile.

As a videographer and filmmaker, I’m quite often on the move. My job allows me to work at the office whenever I want, but also to enjoy remote working when I’m on the go. But a remote work setup is a bit different than being settled upon a nice workstation and requires you to be more prepared.

When you’re on the go and working remotely, you want to think of your backpack as your storage room. It’s your unfoldable desk.

Investing in a good backpack for me is as important as investing in a good laptop. You want to enjoy every bit of it, from the storage compartments to the smooth zipping and nice fabrics. Also, backpacks usually last years, so it’s worth throwing an extra buck for the experience.

Some features to look for are – is it 💦 water-resistant, is it comfortable, does it have enough storage for all your equipment, and of course – does it look nice 🎒?

There are a few brands that I stick to, and The North Face is one of them. ⌁ The North Face Surge backpack seems to be a good solution for travelers and remote workers, because it is solid, and well-thought for carrying multiple devices.

Photo by Daniel Romero on Unsplash

If you’re working from a co-working space or a coffee spot that is loud, a good pair of headphones with active noise-canceling is a must. When I look for headphones I pay attention to both the sound and the microphone, especially if you’re doing lots of meetings.

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