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— Computers

Lapdeck laptop stand lets you escape the desk

By - February 19, 2015 5 Pictures
A large number of people spend a lot of time using their laptops at home, whether to work or for entertainment. Every single one of these people will likely understand the desire to combine the comfort associated with sitting on the sofa and the good posture and productivity levels associated with sitting at a desk. Lapdeck allows you to do both, while incorporating a couple of other notable features. Read More
— Sports

Kickpack packs table tennis and foosball into cardboard suitcases

By - February 11, 2015 7 Pictures
Not everyone needs a table tennis-football hybrid; the classics are classic for a reason. Those that love the classics of table tennis and foosball but lack the space of a large basement or dedicated game room at home now have a new option. Germany's Kickpack offers cardboard versions of both timeless table games, packing everything you need into handy cardboard suitcases. Read More

Fulfill your feline architecture fantasies with Poopy Cat's Blocks

Ah, cats. No matter how much cash you drop on a new playhouse for your moggie, it will invariably mock your generosity by sleeping in a cardboard box instead. With this in mind, Blocks is a cardboard flatpack kit that assembles into modular cat playhouses, thus letting you lovingly craft a unique piece of feline architecture that your cat will still probably ignore. Read More
— Around The Home

Hive-inspired shelving unit promises tool-free assembly and added strength

By - November 9, 2014 16 Pictures
Everybody loves the idea of flat-pack furniture arriving and not having to dig around for hex keys and tubes of glue to put it together. But this tool-free approach can also call into question the stability of the piece. Israeli industrial designer Ruthy Shafrir is confident she has arrived at the perfect compromise, with a snap-together shelving unit inspired by the shape of a bee hive. Read More
— Environment

Recyclable coffee cup could save billions from ending up in landfill

By - July 3, 2014 1 Picture
Along with a timely hit of caffeine, takeaway coffee can deliver its fair share of environmental angst as the office trash can begins to brim with empty paper cups. But what if, instead of being carted off to landfill, these cups could be recycled up to seven times, much like newspapers and regular cardboard? According to UK-based inventor Martin Myerscough, a small difference in the way these cups are produced could significantly reduce the monumental waste generated by today's coffee-crazed society. Read More

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