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The Perfect Office #52

by GenCept | August 31, 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! ;)

Stay Puft Caffeinated Marshmallows

The Perfect Office #52

What can we say? These officially-licensed Stay Puft Caffeinated Marshmallows feature over 100mg of caffeine a piece, and come in a collectible, rubbery box. Who you gonna call? (at Uncrate)


The Perfect Office #52

Screw putting up a dry erase board in your home office — turn a whole wall into one with IdeaPaint. This ingenious paint turns anything you can paint into a reusable dry-erase surface, making it great for the office, kitchen, kid's room, or garage, the latter so you can keep track of how many beers you've had while attempting to "fix" that old junker you've been tinkering with. (at Uncrate)

Cloud Shelf

The Perfect Office #52

Don't let your digital media have all the fun playing on clouds, let's store our physical books, CDs, DVDs, Blu-rays, and magazines on a cloud too. I did hear this cloudshelf has nearly a 100% uptime. (at Gizmodo)

Instant Switch

The Perfect Office #52

Installing a light-switch often requires pulling wires, cutting drywall, tripping breakers, and soothing electrical burns. Finally, it involves overpaying your cousin who is an electrical contractor. Why should it be so hard to turn off a light without having to walk across the room - particularly now that, with your shiny new lightswitch, you now have to walk to the other side of the room to hit the switch. It's madness! Their solution is quite simple: create a lightswitch with a remote-control and a device that sits between your lamp and your outlet. It's one of those head-slappingly-simple devices that we love. (at Think Geek)

Mini USB Negative Ions Moist Air Humidifier

The Perfect Office #52

For the dry weather. Generates moist, creates negative ions via ultrasonic wave and refreshes the air. (

Genius Navigator 905BT Wireless Bluetooth Mouse

The Perfect Office #52

The wireless mouse is capable of connecting (without wires!) to any PC or Mac, and Genius says it’s instantly, so that’s pretty impressive. If you do decide to connect to your computer courtesy of the Bluetooth EDR 2.0 technology, then you’ll be happy to know you can go up to 10m from your PC or Mac and still have a functioning device. And, if you don’t happen to have any Bluetooth connectivity on your PC or Mac, then you can plug in the Stick-N-Go mount to your USB port, and still utilize that wireless goodness. (at Slash Gear)

Logitech Wireless Backlit Keyboard Model K800

The Perfect Office #52

This sounds like one of those things that we’ll use and say, “Why haven’t I used one of these before?” Logitech has just released a new wireless keyboard with back-lit buttons. For anyone who uses a computer (or would like to) in a room that is not fully lit this seems like a no-brainer. As a health care provider I am constantly looking at x-rays, which now are more and more in the form of digital images on a computer. In many cases it helps to have the ambient room light diminished when viewing diagnostic images. Others may just want to work in low light and a backlit keyboard could be just the thing to help you out. I certainly look forward to trying one of these out. (at The Gadgeteer)


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