Did you know the giant space slug that lived inside that asteroid in The Empire Strikes Back was called an Exogorth? Me either. You learn something new every day. Well, now you can have your very own Exogorth to keep on your desktop.
If you’re like me, you’ve got all kinds of crap sitting on your bedside table – a phone, watch, charging cables, and other miscellaneous stuff. I always find myself reaching over in the middle of the night to check the time on my phone or watch too, and there’s usually a bunch of fumbling around in the dark.
Do you have lots of phones, tablets, and other rechargeable gadgets in the house or at the office? Here’s the solution to all of your charging problems.
Unitek’s 10-port charging station can juice up two handfuls of USB-powered devices at once – even tablets and larger smartphones.
If you were to buy a vintage Leica M3 rangefinder camera, you could expect to pay at least $600 (USD) on eBay for a decent one. They aren’t cheap. But if all you want is to display it on a shelf as room decor, you don’t have to pay that much.
There’s a saying that the right desk will make any office, and that’s probably true of this amazing desk. It’s got a few tricks up its sleeve, so that it remains multi-functional while still looking g in your office or at home.
Everyone needs a place to stow the stuff that fills their pockets. As for myself, I tend to leave my keys in my pockets at all times, because I’ve forgotten them before, my smartphone is near me most of the day, and I usually keep my wallet on a cupboard in my bedroom.
If you’re like me, you’ve got lots of stuff scattered across your desk, and it looks like quite a mess. I’m always on the hunt for ways to keep things in order, and I think I may have found something worthy of placement in front of my 27-inch iMac.
While there are literally a million pen and toothbrush caddies out there, most of them are pretty boring if you ask me. If you’re looking for a fun way to keep your stick-like objects organized, then you might want to pick up the Grabit Robot.
How big is your cable squid? Mine is pretty big, and threatening to take over more and more space on and around my desk. It’s never been easy to organize cables, but Switzerland’s Punkt seeks to change this by simply hiding away all of your cables in a sleek box.
My desk is pretty messy. I’m not ashamed to admit it, but maybe if I had a desk organizer like this one from Officeoriginair, I’d be more tidy. Its minimalist design is definitely something attractive and distinctive for any desk.
I go through a couple of pairs of earbuds every month because of the careless way I handle them, letting them get all tangled, and sometimes damaging the wiring inside. I’m not, in any way, proud of that, although I figured it was worth mentioning since I think I’ve found the solution to my earphone woes: the Sinch.
There are a lot of cheap and easy ways to organize CDs and DVDs. You can put them in disc racks, binders, cylinders or just place them on a shelf. All of those are great for storing a large number of discs, but if you want to have easy access to your favorite game, music or video, you might want to get some Disc Mounts.
Chances are you have too many pencils and pens and no good place to put them. If you got attacked by a zombie, you could defend yourself by stabbing them into his or her head, but then he would just walk away with them, so this zombie head pencil holder is the next best option.
Fight clutter and win the wire wars with this wooden AT-AT model from Brando. It’s roomy enough to fit a power strip and has slits on both sides to organize and secure cords. Just make sure you don’t get its feet tangled with one of your cables.
If you’re like me, your old Nintendo GameCube is either gathering dust in a closet somewhere, or you’ve eBayed it by now. But there is one other thing you could do with your GameCube – turn it into a desktop organizer.