Aug 24, 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 selected some super nice gadgets and other little items for your office, like Yonos Smart Lamp, which looks pretty nice. Google's new gadget, the Onhub router wil be a great asset to your tech collection. The new gaming monitor by ASUS looks pretty promising, so check out more for information!
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Yonos Smart Lamp
Light + Sound. Stainless Steel + Blown Glass. The future of intelligent lighting is here! Yonos Smart Lamp is an intelligent lamp, that combines the the three main functions of a light, speaker, and battery bank into one simple device all controlled by a single app. Simplicity: In the future, every day items will be smart, connected, and will assist in making your life easier. More importantly, technology is invisible and you never have to pull out your smart phone to push a button or turn a product on off, for the product to work. We strived for the Yonos Smart Lamp to be simplistic and intuitive in nature, yet be a multifaceted assistant for your ever changing smart life.(at The Gadget Flow)
Google Onhub Router
Wi-Fi is wonderful technology. It can also be very frustrating. The Google OnHub Router is designed to take the headache out of home networking. It can update itself without interrupting service, can tell you in real, normal terms when there's a problem — and how to fix it, can show you every device connected to your network and which ones are hogging all your bandwidth, and can even prioritize devices to ensure the ones that matter most don't get bogged down. Spec wise, it covers everything from 802.11b to 802.15.4 with a circular, 13-antenna array, offers support for Bluetooth Smart Ready, and can even perform initial sync with your Android device by outputting a special tone from its built-in speaker. (at Uncrate)
The Wove Band will boast of a flexible, low-power touch display combining Polyera Digital Fabric Technology with E Ink’s flexible and reflective electronic ink film. There is not much else that needs to be said about E Ink’s film, as it has long been proven in production and used in millions of displays. The bi-stable nature of E Ink’s electronic ink will enable displays to consume no energy at all at the same time retaining a static image, now how about that? (at Coolest Gadgets)
ASUS Gaming Monitor
Being a gaming-oriented display, the MG278Q's focus is on a low response time and a high refresh rate rather than color accuracy. Since it's a TN panel it's likely that the panel has a native 6bit color depth per subpixel and uses temporal dithering to emulate 16.7 million colors, although this has not been confirmed. In addition to the 144Hz refresh rate, the MG278Q supports AMD's FreeSync technology which utilizes the Adaptive Sync feature of DisplayPort 1.2a to enable a variable refresh rate synchronized to the GPU's rendering of frames. (at Anandtech)
Unmonday Model 4.3 Wireless Speaker
Listening to music should not involve a mess of wires or a complicated hardware pairing process. This is why we created an elegant, easy-to-use speaker with some seriously fantastic technology hidden inside the vitro porcelain enclosure. We made it look sleek and sound amazing. As an added bonus, it is the world’s first truly wireless speaker system that allows you to shape your sound to perfectly fit your changing audio needs. With Unmonday Model 4.3 shape and sound go hand in hand – there is a motion sensor inside so each of the six sides represents an audio channel. (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. ;)