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ONE LENOVO KEYBOARD PACK
Tablets may not be able to replace a laptop yet, but they bloody well come close. Especially when used with a keyboard. The optional keyboard for the P11 Pro may feel like a brick in your bag, but the way it attaches to the tablet and adds a level of versatility, makes it worth the additional spend. ₹10,000 / lenovo.com/in
TWO LENOVO PRECISION PEN 2
You might have 10 little styluses at the end of your arms, but for most of us they’re too sausage-like for work. As the name suggests, the Lenovo Precision Pen 2 brings precision to your work. Unlike many styluses out there, the flat edges mean it won’t roll off the table. ₹6,000 / lenovo.com/in
THREE ONEPLUS BUDS PRO
There are four JBL speakers onboard, but you wouldn’t want your next door neighbour to hear your boss shouting at you. The OnePlus Buds Pro are not only stylish to look at, but also sound phenomenal. With noise cancellation support, you can also drown out external sounds during meetings. ₹9,990 / oneplus.in
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