Sep 12, 2017
We've seen some great gadgets and equipment for designers. There are so many cool stuff out there that we could assemble infinite perfect office spaces every week! So we'll assemble some, and we'd like you to help us. What equipment would the perfect office have?
This week we've got some great items from major brands. Logitech never disappoints and they have released the MX Ergo Trackball, a trackball mouse for a new generation! There's also the Craft Wireless Keyboard, a beautiful addition to your office. Beats aficcionados will love the Studio3 wireless headphones which looks badass, but there's more!
Aer Sling Bag 2
The Sling Bag 2 is designed to hold your everyday gym essentials without sacrificing style and functionality. Keep your shoes and clothes separated and quickly access your tablet or laptop. (at Gear Patrol)
Logitech MX Ergo Trackball
Logitech is introducing its first new trackball in years. The MX Ergo trackball claims improved precision compared to its predecessors, as well as eight buttons combining modern features with an older use model. The device is also one of the first products by Logitech that supports the company’s Flow technology that enables seamless switching and file sharing between different systems. (at AnandTech)
Logitech Craft Wireless Keyboard
The keyboard has been a part of computing since the beginning. The Logitech Craft Wireless Keyboard gives this essential input device a substantial upgrade with a single round nub. Called the Crown, it's a touch-sensitive control that lets you adjust specific attributes — such as the exposure in Photoshop, or the width of a column in Word — directly, without needing to visit a menu. It works in a variety of Adobe apps as well as with Office on the PC and is sure to gain more compatibility in the future. (at Uncrate)
Like its namesake, the Blackbird Lamp balances itself on two thin feet. This minimalist light was designed by Berlin-based Hayo Gebauer and is crafted from a single sheet of steel. The LED light source is hidden underneath the neck, resulting in a soft, downward-facing glow, and is placed alongside a motion sensor that lets you turn it on and off by waving your hand or dim it by holding your hand in place. (at Uncrate)
Beats Studio3 Wireless Heaphones
Beats' Solo line might be more common, but it was the over-ear Studios that got the company started. Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones bring the model in-line with the rest of the family while adding some new tricks exclusive to the flagship. Most notably, the Studio3s are powered Apple's W1 chip, giving them the same seamless pairing as the AirPods. It also enables their new Pure Adaptive Noise Canceling technology, which auto-calibrates up to 50,000 times per second to block out any unwanted noise and adjust for head movement, fit, and even the shape of your ear. (at Uncrate)
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 - Also, if you'd like to sponsor this post, drop me a line! I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;)