10 Things Every Freelancer Needs

It's 2017, and it's becoming increasingly possible and sometimes necessary to work from wherever you are. Despite the growing number of people working from home, on-the-go and freelancing, whether it's better tech or general convenience, the office still has some benefits Starbucks likely lacks. Rather than suffering a two-hour commute to make a copy, check out ten things you need to be productive from wherever you are.

1. Doxie Go Plus Portable Document Scanner

Speaking of making copies, the Doxie lets you scan photos, receipts and documents from wherever you are in just eight seconds. The size of a rolled up magazine, it's completely portable and equipped with a battery that keeps you from searching for an outlet at Starbucks. It can store up to 450 pages or 1,800 photos before you'll need to sync to a device of your choice.  

2. Canon Pixma iP110 Wireless Mobile Printer

Rather than beginning a typically fruitless search for a nearby Kinkos (Reminder: it's 2017), the Pixma will allow you to print directly from that booth you fought the rush hour crowd so hard for. With its featured AirPrint technology, you'll be able to print from any Apple device as long as your connected to WiFi. Just don't forget to buy ink. 

3. Aukey 20000mAh Universal Portable External Power Bank

A dead battery can mean a dead career if you keep missing important phone calls. It's Quick Charge technology is designed to charge your devices 75% faster than traditional charging, so you don't spend a two-hour meeting with your face glued to an outlet. With safeguards against excessive current, overheating and overcharging, the power bank claims to charge an iPhone 7 6 and a half times. 

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