Kokuyo’s Beetle Tip highlighter pen gets its name from its horned tip, which lets you highlight in bold, sharp or with two lines to keep the marked part unobscured. Kokuyo also has a dual-color variant.
So your clothes are neatly stacked until you need to pull a shirt out of the middle of the pile, and order becomes chaos. EZSTAX recycled plastic dividers help keep things neatly stacked and let you grab from the middle without making a mess.
A simple, portable accessory that lets you use your laptop while standing. It consists of three interlocking pieces made of bamboo or birch. It weighs about 2lb. but can withstand over 900lb. loads. Available in 9″, 12″ and 14″ sizes.
Looks like someone beat the folks behind WriteBoard. Smart Kapp is a dry erase board that streams its content to computers and mobile devices. You can take snapshots of the board and download them via a USB drive or the mobile app.
Voiceboard is a presentation system that converts PowerPoint documents into an interactive slideshow. Use the supplied Nod ring and the Bluetooth headset to control your presentation with gestures or voice commands.
A stick-on film that turns desks and other surfaces into a dry-erase board. Send the measurements of your desk or surface and you’ll get a film that’s been custom cut to fit. The film is removable and won’t damage furniture.
Now this is a motivational poster. Launching soon, the Goal Board is a 24″ x 36″ print that lets you organize and take stock of your monthly, quarterly and yearly goals at a glance. Printed on 100lb. paper with a matte finish.
A business card that folds into a 1MB USB drive that holds a hyperlink to your online profile, portfolio, website or more. It also has a QR code and NFC support. Its software lets you update the link even after you’ve given your cards away.
Keep your things organized and practice your fingerboard skills on the Half Pipe Desk. The skateboard ramps he used to play on inspired designer Eric Pfeiffer to create the desk. Available in oak, birch and walnut.
A portable workstation with integrated GoalZero battery packs and a 20W solar panel to power your gadgets. Its power strip has 12V and 5V inputs. It can also be plugged in to an outlet or to a vehicle’s cigarette outlet.
Microsoft finally released full featured versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint made for the iPad. The free download lets you read Office docs; subscribe to Office365 to get the full apps plus the desktop versions of Office. More here.
The Sony DPT-S1 Digital Paper is a thin and light 13.3″ e-ink reader that lets you view and annotate A4 (8.5″x11″) documents in full size. It only supports PDF files for now though. Also it costs over $1,000. Japanese demo here.
A standing desk that won’t break the bank. Made by Chairigami, this 42″ high desk is made of corrugated cardboard. It’s not adjustable, but it’s easy to assemble, weighs just 15lb., supports up to 300lb. and is very affordable.
An affordable and portable alternative to dedicated standing desks. The UpStanding Desk is made of plywood, can support up to 200lb. and has two levels, each adjustable by 1″ increments. Available in four variants.
Are you really forgetful? Do you work best with deadlines? Or maybe you just want to see your life quantized? Check out Progress Bars of Life. This free Windows program lets you set alarms or reminders that are displayed as progress bars.
Designed by Hsunli Huang, these architectural file holders and pen cups are inspired by the fire escapes and facades of the cast iron buildings of New York’s SoHo district. Made from ABS plastic. If only the actual buildings were this pristine.
Building in numerous shelves, designer Mathieu Lehanneur’s birch plywood desk provides tons of space for small items, while offering a sculptural look that’s perfect for a creative space. Satellites sold separately. Assembly required.
Knock Knock wants to help you sort the crap out of your stuff. It has different sized boxes, file folders and even a receipt organizer with honest labels such as crap, more crap, other crap, stuff I want to hide and more.
The Stir’s height can be adjusted between 25″ to 51″ using its touchscreen interface, or you can set it to automatically rise or fall in 1″ increments every so often. It also has 8 USB charging ports and 4 AC sockets concealed inside.
Equil JOT is an ink pen that can record what you’re writing or drawing on paper in real time. You can then edit, annotate and share your work from your iOS device. However, your device cannot be in sleep mode while you’re recording.
Packing tape for frequent fliers. Each roll has 99ft. of tape with repeating text and patterns that resemble airport baggage tags. Available in blue, green and orange. We’re guessing it might confuse shipping companies.
A laptop stand with telescoping risers, letting you adjust its height between 1″ to 15″. It weighs just 3 lbs. but can carry laptops and other objects up to 20 lbs. It also has optional swappable trays designed to hold books and tablets.