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— Computers

Sharetable "desktop" computer puts a PC and a second screen inside your desk

By - April 29, 2015 6 Pictures
Sharetable is all about simplifying interactions around a computer. Instead of having two people grappling for control, with awkward exchanges of mouse and keyboard and adjustments of screen position, it's designed to let two people work together more elegantly. Its approach is, in essence, to mirror or extend the screen across two displays on the same desk. But there's more to it. For starters, the computer is embedded in the desk. And so is one of the screens. Read More
— 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
— Health and Wellbeing

MisterBrightLight standing desk knows when to get you out of your seat

By - December 3, 2014 2 Pictures
We've kept a pretty keen eye on the standing desk movement here at Gizmag. After all, us writers can spend fair chunks of time on our backsides. The team behind MisterBrightLight is the latest to take a stand on the stubborn nature of standard office furniture, launching a smart desk whose height can be adjusted by hand gestures when you've been seated for too long. Read More

Wrap aims to make any desk a dry erase board

Dry erase boards are a great way to jot down ideas, schedules, or anything else that's going to be temporary. Wrap aims to take that concept and apply it to an entire desktop, but without requiring users to purchase an entire new desk. Instead, it simply covers the top of an existing one. Read More
— Around The Home

Vintage Soundbox Desk doubles as an amplifier, no power required

By - October 13, 2014 5 Pictures
If you like your audio equipment with a vintage feel, there's a whole host of devices blending new technologies with an old-school aesthetic. Then again, if you're going to cast your mind back, while not go all the way back? Herein lies the thinking behind Korean metal art and design student Jina U's Soundbox Desk, a unique design that uses a phonograph-style horn to amplify the audio from your smart phone, without the need for electricity. Read More
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