Because one man’s oversized fashion faux pas is another man’s mousing surface: the Mr. Tie Mouse Pad is dedicated to cubicle warriors who spend all day “tied” to their desk.
Work is like an endless hamster wheel ride, but TrekDesk at least keeps the pounds off: for an adjustable height desk (sans treadmill) with a 72″x34″ desktop, it’s relatively affordable.
The Holy Grail probably won’t bring eternal life to your paperclips, but pen and pencil robbers will think twice before pillaging your stash of Indiana Jones desktop accessories.
Designed for classrooms to maintain direct sight lines to the teacher, the MacTable is a semi-recessed desk which will hold 20″-24″ iMacs with curves that mimic Apple’s own aesthetics.
Proof that the pen is mightier (and bloodier) than the sword, this Murder Ink Stick Notepad includes 300 chalk outline-shaped notes along with an appropriately blood-spattered pen.
Forget those sissy Post-Its, real men use Jumbo StickIt Pads which are 36x larger than normal and include 80 12″x12″ pages. Still not convinced? Listen to Vat19’s We Do It Jumbo Rap.
More affordable than Embody, Herman Miller’s Setu is a multipurpose chair; its flexible kinematic spine and elastomeric fabric mesh are designed to eliminate the need to adjust your seat.
Bluelounge already organizes desktops, so it’s about time they released StudioDesk: a sliding top lets this minimalist table gobble up cables, resulting in a single protruding power cord.
The gadget management gurus at Bluelounge have released CableDrop; it’s a clip with an adhesive backing that keeps cords from in place and lets you channel them as you wish.
If you’re sick of coworkers jacking your coffee mug, this Plug Mug is like low-tech RSA encryption: a simple plug serves as a key, rendering your cup useless when not inserted.
Okamura brings the office down to earth with low, rear-tilting seats that’ll make you look like a racecar driver; they’re ideal for creative pros who spend long periods of time at the computer.
Taming the wired jungle under your desk is a nearly impossible task, but Cordotz may be our salvation: the colored snap-on “Dotz” with icons allow you to label your cords and cables.
Heckler Design’s OneLessDesk is actually two desks in one; a lower deck can serve as a keyboard tray or secondary desk, but slides away under the upper deck when not in use.
Puzzle Calendar’s 77 Lego-like tiles include dates, days, blanks and icons. Truth is, we can see ourselves wasting considerable man-hours building our calendar to be just so.
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