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Moku Woodware’s Desktop Chair: Seat Your MacBook or iPad with Style

by Range
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Stands and charging stations tend to look alike, because they are designed to do similar things, which is why when I see a unique solution to stash my computer or tablet, I’m always interested. The Desktop Chair is definitely a distinctive way of charging up your gear.

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The Desktop Chair is made by Moku Woodware, and they use fine natural basswood to make it. It’s the perfect place to lay down your MacBook or iPad. It’s also handmade, which is cool. It’s a nice way of turning your laptop into a workstation. It can also be used as a viewing and charging stand for your tablet.

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You can get your Desktop Chair from Moku Woodware for $38(USD).

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