Apr 06, 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?
Another week beginning with a super awesome selection for you guys. We've picked the Liquid Plastic Welder which will bring new life to your nearly-dead cables. There's also the Inkley, an app that will turn your trackpad into a drawing tablet (I'm definitely gonna try this one). Vloggers might find the Mighty Mic a good choice, and photographers will love the Nikon 1 J5 Camera. But there's more!
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Liquid Plastic Welder
Repair broken cables in seconds using the liquid plastic welder. Unlike glue that sticks everywhere and dries up too soon, the plastic inside the welder remains in liquid form until you’re ready to make your repairs and cure it using the built-in UV LED light. (at This is Why I'm Broke)
Apple's MacBooks recently unveiled its new trackpad, features Apple's new Force Touch trackpad, "you’ll have amazing pressure control on newer machines, and in a pinch you can even use your finger". Taking advantage of the new technology, the Inklet transforms your trackpad into a drawing tablet. For $25 USD, the application allows you to draw using a drawing tablet. (at Like Cool)
Satechi F3 Smart Monitor Stand
A perfect accessory for your monitor, laptop or an all-in-one computer. By using the Satechi F3 Smart Monitor Stand, you’ll be able to keep your desk organized as well as maintain a clean style. The stand comes with an adjustable height in order to provide additional comfort for reducing stress on eye and neck. There are four USB 3.0 ports and headphone/microphone ports as well. So you’ll be able to connect your USB devices easily to a convenient location underneath the monitor. The stand’s legs are made of aluminium alloy which are sturdy enough to hold your gadgets. It’s time your old computer stand could do with this amazing makeover. (at The Gadget Flow)
The Mighty Mic
When filming your documentary on the world of street hot dogs, your phone’s mic just won’t cut it. You want to hear about the relish varieties, not the hum of a passing semi truck! Step up your audio recording abilities with the Mighty Mic, a pro-grade shotgun microphone, shrunken down tiny to pair with your phone for crisper, clearer, higher quality sound. Simply mount the Mighty Mic to your phone’s headphone jack in noisy situations to minimize pesky chatter and buzz. Get what you really want to hear, the squeeze of a ketchup bottle, the vendor mumbling “not in Chicago…” With a built-in headphone jack of its own, you’re able to hear the audio and adjust as needed while you record. Plug in and listen so you can be sure to capture the thrilling debate over sweet or dill relish. Plus, with the Mighty Mic, you’ll be so legit that people won’t be mad when you record them stuffing a mustard drenched hot dog in their mouth. (at The Gadget Flow)
Buster + Punch Led Bulbs
Buster + Punch first caught our eyes with their collection of lighting fixtures inspired by 2-wheeled motorcycle detailing, bulb fixtures so nice it seemed a shame to cover them up. Their latest update is a little more “Tesla Motors” infused into their vintage motorbike aesthetic, incorporating energy-efficient technology into their new line of LED Buster Bulbs. It should be creating a mood for a long time to come (10,000 hours, in fact). (at Design Milk)
Nikon 1 J5 Camera
Mixing classic looks with modern tech, the Nikon 1 J5 Camera is the latest street-friendly shooter. Inside, a new 20.8-megapixel, backside-illuminated 1" CMOS sensor and Expeed 5A processor combine to offer outstanding image quality, a 20 fps maximum shooting rate at full-resolution with continuous AF, and 4K video capture. Other features include a tilting, 3-inch touchscreen, full manual controls, built-in Wi-Fi, and NFC support. Perhaps most importantly, it's compatible with the full lineup of 1 series Nikkor lenses, meaning you can find glass to match nearly any shooting situation. (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 - I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;)