The Perfect Office - Cone Music Player, Satechi Monitor Stand and Office Ideas
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?
This week we've picked the drumstick for those who enjoy making a little tapping while listening to their music. There's also the super beautiful Cordito Leather Cable Wrap, to keep your cables organized. For people who enjoy a lovely gadget on their desk, there's the Satechi F1 Smart Monitor Stand, and more!
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These Drumstick Pencils designed by Moko for Suck UK come in a pack of two, as in two drumsticks if you feel the need to break out into a drum solo in the middle of work or school. Stop writing, flip the pencils around, and start drumming to the tune that’s clanging around in your head. It’s for wannabe rock stars who need to vent their creativity every now and then, even if it does mean an extra hour of detention or a “get well soon” card from your colleagues. It would also make a rather neat gift for musicians, who can use the Drumstick Pencils to jot down their musical creations and play them too. These are HB 2 pencils, all of nine inches long. (at The Gadget Flow)
Vintage Camera Bookends
Take photographic decoration to a new level, these one-of-a-kind bookends have been sourced by artist Breck Armstrong from vintage cameras. While each set is unique, each includes one camera with the iconic flash bulb and one without. (at 7 Gadgets)
Cordito Leather Cable Wrap
It’s nice knowing exactly where things are, and that they’re neatly folded, coiled, or wrapped and ready to go. Some days, even though we’ve spent time prepping cables or headphones for storage, we retrieve them in a giant bundled mess. It’s a minor annoyance, but there are always methods to take care of that. While we can’t have a sweet utility belt without it looking like a fanny pack, you can opt for something like the Cordito Leather Cable Wrap. This is a leather roll that can hold all of your ‘tools of the trade’ much in the same way that a tool roll works for chefs, archaeologists, and more. Through this wrap, you’ll be able to place your wrapped cables or cords into the slots, roll it up, and button it shut to make sure nothing can unsettle it further. (at Coolest Gadgets)
Cone Music Player
Listening to music should be simple — no setup, no worrying about where to plug things in, no connecting multiple devices, and no fumbling around trying to come up with the perfect song or playlist to suit the moment. And with the Cone Music Player, listening is as simple as it gets. This beautiful wireless speaker system features eight hours of battery life, and lets you play music by just touching the front (press it again to pause, or twist the grill to queue up a new song). It works with a range of music services, and learns your musical preferences the more you listen. And if you want to listen to your own music, Cone also supports Airplay, so you can play through your Mac or iOS device. (at Uncrate)
Satechi F1 Smart Monitor Stand
The Satechi F1 Smart Monitor Stand brings a sleek metallic look and vibe to your workspace, and it has an amazing capability to clean up all the clutter and mess of electronics on your desk. Your desktop monitor gets elevated on a stand which may be adjusted at two different heights to match your preferred level. The base of the stand is supported by two aluminum alloy legs, and this leaves more space under the stand to store all kinds of junk. Four USB ports give you the ability to plug in and sync your devices below the monitor, with data transfer at lightning-fast speeds. Headphone and mic ports are located next to the USB ports. Using all this will automatically arrange all your wiring, accessories and devices neatly, and it provides ventilation for your laptop or monitor. (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. ;)