Nov 23, 2015
We've seen some great gadgets and equipment for designers. So many cool stuff, that we could actually assemble infinite perfect office spaces! Every week we'll assemble a perfect office, and we'd like you to help us. What equipment would the perfect office have?
We've hand picked some super neat items for your perfect office this week! Charging is a big problem for everyone, but the thingCharger might help out! The Asus Chromebit is a computer in a stick! I would love to try it out! There's also the Asus 25" LED-lit monitor which look pretty impressive. But there's more!
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Replace your boring wall outlets with the thingCharger, the multi-use outlet. Going beyond the normal call of duty of an outlet, the thingCharger plugs directly into your existing two outlet plate and gives you multiple access points. Still having full use of two outlets, you’ll also get two USB ports located on the bottom and a port on the top for interchangeable Lightning and Micro USB ports. The two tips are secured and stored on the wall side of the thingCharger, staying in place for easy access and no risk of losing them. The tips plug into the top of thingCharger and allow your device to rest vertically letting you view notifications and see the charging status. The glossy white finish of thingCharger is similar to typical outlet plates to it won’t change or clash with your interior. (at The Gadget Flow)
You might remember the Chromebit from an announcement Google made back in March of this year. They revealed the colorful little stick along with a few new Chromebooks, and now, just in time for the holiday shopping rush, they’re ready to offer it up for sale. It’s being sold at at a great price, too. You’ll be able to order a Chromebit soon from places like the Google Store, Newegg, and Amazon for $85. The Chromebit is unique for more reasons than its colorful exterior — at least for now. It’s not running the same heavily-modified version of Chrome OS that ships on Chromecast devices. This isn’t a receiver designed for simple content playback and screen mirroring. It’s a full-blown Chrome OS computer. (at Geek)
The Aerelight A1 is the most space-efficient desktop necessity you’ll find on the market — and it’s also the culmination of eight years of work by OTI Lumionics, an award-winning team of engineers from the Department of Materials Science & Engineering at the University of Toronto. The lamp is composed of a single anodized-aluminum frame topped with a nearly paper-thin OLED panel, angled for optimum light radiation and free of the mercury and lead found in older light sources. The base, a neat square of American walnut, serves as a wireless charger for any devices compatible with Qi and PMA 1.5+ wireless charging, saving both space and stress over extraneous cords. (at Gear Patrol)
ASUS 25 Screen LED-lit Monitor
25″ Quad HD (2560 x 1440) panel for excellent balance between screen size and resolution. AH-IPS panel technology displays lifelike visuals with 100% sRGB, perfect for photographers and designers. ASUS EyeCare technology enables flicker-free displays while lowering blue light levels to minimize eye stress over time. (at 7 Gadgets)
Pro6 – The 360-Degree GoPro Holder
Create interactive and engaging 360-degree video content with Pro6, the 260-degree GoPro holder by 360Heroes. Designed to hold up to six GoPro cameras, you’ll also receive the software to stitch and share with your Mac or PC. This starter kit is perfect for anyone wanting to film quality virtual reality video or anyone that is curious about capturing the view around them. The Pro6 is made of flexible, aircraft grade nylon which makes installation of the cameras simple and easy. The solid brass mounting points provide a durable solution for your mounting accessories. The lightweight and strong unit is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Combine your cameras for complete coverage and stunning results with the Pro6 by 360Heroes. (at The Gadget Flow)
Here are some office ideas for you! How do you like these? Don't forget that you may suggest gadgets or ideas via twitter: @paulogabriel - I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;)