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The Perfect Office #50

by GenCept | August 16, 2010

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?

Not only gadgets and equipment, but also furniture, sound system, gaming stuff (for lunch time!). A designer is totally allowed to dream with the perfect office, and that's what we're gonna do here! Comment telling us your suggestions, or even better, you may tell us via Facebook, and include "GenCept_Office" in the message, so we can check it. Alright? I hope you guys enjoy this brief selection. Cheers! ;)

Cool Wall Lamps with Shelf

The Perfect Office #50

Italian housewares company Zeroombra created this cool, contemporary table lamp-inspired wall lamp. That’s right – a wall lamp inspired by its own table-top counterpart! Available in a rainbow of hot hues, these lamps are expressed in silhouette form, featuring the shape of a shaded lamp atop a real shelf – perfect for placing your glasses or other reading accoutrements – all as a one-piece that’s mountable to your wall. (at Trendir)

Mini Bent Stand

The Perfect Office #50

A simple and beautiful stand to display your CDs on your desk. Holds up to 25 CDs. (at Holy Cool)

The Office

The Perfect Office #50

“The Office” product family fills the noticeable gap, the shortage in attractive, modern office accessories. The Office consists of Pat, Bob, Edward, James, Valery and, of course, Big Bob, who are your office companions and share your work load. They take on the small office duties, like holding your business cards or making sure your table stays organized. (at Design Milk)

Sharpie Liquid Pencil

The Perfect Office #50

It basically writes and erases like a pencil, although the marks don't erase completely clear -- because you're writing with a metal pen tip, there's no way to avoid impressing the paper a little, and the indentations are pretty visible. Still, it's better than any erasable pen we've ever used, and it definitely writes like a decent clicky-pen, so we can't fault it too much. Oddly, Sharpie's blog says it takes three days for the ink to dry to permanence, but the back of the package says 24 hours. (at Engadget)

Doc Marten USB drive

The Perfect Office #50

We've all been there: hands punched violently into pockets, conspicuously affected by the visceral industrial hum of big city decay. If only we had this $25 limited edition 50th anniversary 2GB "stomper" USB drive to complete our ensemble. (at Engadget)

Razer Orca headphones

The Perfect Office #50

At first glance, you may think you're eying Razer's Carcharias above. And in many ways, the new Orca is exactly like its perceived predecessor, thought two prominent differences set 'em apart. For one, there's no microphone arm on the Orca, so those who like to chat it up while deathmatching should look elsewhere. Secondly, the Orca is green. Really green. It's also designed for on-the-go use, with a shorter, standard braided cable accompanied by a two-meter extension cord. Internally, you'll find 40mm drivers with neodymium magnets, a 15 - 21,000Hz claimed frequency response and a conventional 3.5mm headphone plug. We'd encourage you to look for these later this month, but with a paint job like this, just glancing around aimlessly should do the trick. (at Engadget)

Camera Phone Mini Lenses

The Perfect Office #50

Enter these adorable mini camera phone lenses over at PhotoJojo that really look like MINI PRO LENSES! Too cute, right? But the genius part? Stick a magnetic ring on your phone… and the lenses can snap right on and off stably! Now if only they came with extra rings, for various phones, cases, etc… if they work as well as they could, these could definitely make for some fun stocking stuffers… ordering now to poke at in person. (atNotcot)

Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700

The Perfect Office #50

Some say more is better, but does that really apply to buttons on the mouse? Logitech's new G700 wireless mouse specifically targets MMO gamers, with 13 precisely placed programmable buttons. It has four triggers on the left side various buttons on the top. Each button can be programmed to a macro, keyboard key, or a Windows function key. There are three modes, so technically, each button can be programmed in three different ways, resulting in 39 different functions only a mouse click away. (at Gearlog)


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