Dec 03, 2012
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?
Today we're featuring the beautiful Lexdray London Garment Bag, which is super userful and stylish. There's also the super cute gold edition of the classic Fisheye Baby 110 camera, awesome for collectors! And a must-have for polaroid enthusiasts, looking for an less pricy product, is the Carbon's One Mini, a digital instant camera. Don't forget that you may suggest via twitter: @paulogabriel - I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;)
Lexdray London Garment Bag
It may not look flashy, but when you arrive at your destination and all you need to do is hang it up, you'll be glad to have this Lexdray London Garment Bag ($540). Made from ballistic nylon and neoprene, this unique piece of luggage features built-in shelving — letting you keep your shirts, pants, socks, and underwear separated and easily accessible — as well as military-grade hardware, a removable Oxford Suiter, and a fleece-lined laptop compartment. (at Uncrate)
Fisheye Baby 110 Gold Edition Camera
The Fisheye Baby 110 Gold Edition is ready to add glamour to your shots and has the same snap-shooting power as the bigger Fisheye No. 2. Now there’s no excuse not to take a camera everywhere you go. The Fisheye Baby 110 Gold Edition is teeny-tiny it can fit in a small bag, slide in your pocket or be worn as a pendant! The Fisheye Baby 110 Gold Edition is very easy to use, perfect for people who are new to analogue photography. This camera has limited controls, letting you enjoy simple snap-shooting; The Fisheye Baby 110 Gold Edition captures the same 170-degree circular images on a rectangular picture. (at 7 Gadgets)
The Wireless Lap Desk Keyboard
This is the lap desk with a built-in wireless keyboard that allows users to type on a computer from wherever they feel most comfortable. A USB radio transmitter connects a computer wirelessly to the integrated full-size keyboard and included wireless mouse from up to 30 feet away. Freed from restrictive cords, users can operate a nearby computer or gaming system (web browsing only) while relaxing on a couch, lounging cross-legged on the carpet, or sitting upright in bed. The board has a removable soft beanbag cushion, a convex shape that allows comfortable hand placement, and a cut-out handle for convenient transport. (at 7 Gadgets)
Doxie One mobile scanner – paperless made personal
Doxie makes going paperless easy with their new Doxie One personal scanner. It’s about the size of an empty paper towel roll, so it fits into a desk drawer or your gear bag. You can scan anywhere, and the scans will be stored onto an SD card. When you get back to your computer (Mac or PC) or your iPad, you can easily transfer your images from the SD card or via USB connection with the scanner. (It works with the iPad with 30-pin or Lightning connectors, but optional SD card reader adapters are required.) It can scan a page in 8 seconds or a photo in 5, and it comes with the Doxie app with ABBYY® OCR technology. (at The Gadgeteer)
Touro Desk 4 TB USB 3.0 External HD
Touro Desk external drive provides solid add-on storage for all your photos, movies, music and documents. Stackable, with plug and play simplicity, Touro Desk comes with all the quality and reliability you expect from Hitachi. Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (Hitachi GST) develops advanced hard disk drives, enterprise-class solid state drives, and innovative external storage solutions and services to store, preserve and manage the world’s most valued data. (at 7 Gadgets)
Carbon's One Mini
The Impossible Project brought the Polaroid instant camera back from the dead, but it turns out that resurrection comes with an extremely high price tag. So if you've always liked the looks of Polaroid's iconic SX-70, you can now grab a smaller, cheaper, digitalier version of it.
Carbon's One Mini has a five megapixel sensor, an optical viewfinder, PictBridge support for almost-instant hard copies, a microSD card slot, and the option to superimpose a Polaroid-like frame over your digital images. Other than that it's pretty bare-bones, which makes the $125 price tag a tough one to swallow unless you're a die-hard Polaroid devotee with digital tendencies. (at Gizmodo)