BECAUSE NORMAL IS GOOD.
BECAUSE NORMAL IS GOOD.
Pigging out isn’t just a thing we do at backyard barbecues and weekend buffets. We do it all day while sitting in our office chairs and typing away at our keyboards. Yeah, it’s why we get fat and die early. Good thing this job comes with health insurance. Imagine the horror if I have to suffer clogged arteries and diabetes out of pocket!
Haagen-Dasz Spoon Vege | approx. US$2.80 for 3.7oz cups
Ready to use a laptop with painfully small icons and fonts, squinting your eyebrows for half the workday while trying to enter figures on an Excel speadsheet with very tiny cells? Soon you can with Toshiba’s Satellite P55t, the world’s first ultra-HD laptop.
I always keep a box with four or five unopened keyboards, headphones, and mouse peripherals on it for spare. You never know when the current ones you’re using will just give out on you, after all. What does that have to do with today’s Peripherals feature? Nothing really, but it sure makes it clear that without good peripherals, it can be hard to get good work done.
Imbue is a small drafting ruler with a versatile roster of functions. Not only can you use it to draw straight lines and make measurements, it can serve the functions of a triangle, a compass, and a T-bar, too.
Described as a “small creative tool,” it looks like a simple six-inch ruler — the kind you probably used to carry in your book bag back in grade school. But, alas, it isn’t offering a…
Dear Artifox Desk,
I love you. You and your handcrafted all-wood construction. You and your simple, minimalistic design that looks like the kind of project my cousin, Kilimanjaro, could have come up with inside his workshop. You and your surprising amount of clever provisions that fill modern office workers’ hearts with glee.
You see, I totally appreciate your whiteboard panel on the side that…
A messy desk is the sign of a creative mind. At least, that’s what you’re hoping the boss says whenever he stares at your workspace, his face all skewed and eyebrows furrowed. If that’s the case, then adding more stuff can only make you look like an even greater wellspring of inventive solutions and original ideas.
Coca-Cola Riedel Glass | $19.90
Does the glass you drink Coke from make a…
ZipSeam is a clever new contraption that lets you make alterations on a shirt’s fit. It’s similar to the modifications a tailor does, except this one requires no skill, no sewing, and no permanent commitment whatsoever.
A solution to the universal problem of loose-fitting shirts, it lets you make off-the-shelf cheap button-downs look like bespoke tailored creations that are perfectly-sized to…
You’ve told yourself many times you want to stop spending on office stuff. I hear you. And every now and then, you’ll make a resolve to do just that. In case that isn’t what you’re doing this week, here are a few things just begging for a slice of your disposal income.
Apocalypse Fabrication Superhero Coasters | starts at $36 a set
You’ve sworn off bringing in comic books and superhero toys…
Someday, our desks will be all the office electronics we need — it will come with its own computer, sound system, phone, printer, and everything in between. But the future is a long time, so for now, let’s look at the peripherals they’re actually selling in the present.
Das Keyboard 4 Ultimate | $169
Keeping a minimalist workstation? Well, youi might want to trade in your existing keyboard…
Standing desks are great for keeping your body active throughout the workday. But unless it can adjust heights (nobody wants to stand ALL DAY) and do it at the push of a button, you’ll probably find it cumbersome to use one way or another. Problem is, you never really see desks with motorized height adjustments going for prices that come anywhere south of $1,000. At least, until the…
Office supplies never die! Many, of course, think they should. But they won’t. People can’t live on digital alone, after all. Sometimes, you just need something to work without batteries and these items definitely do.
Totem Pen | starts at $65 (crowdfunding)
One of what I imagine are hundreds of products that Inception spawned, the Totem Pen combines a writing instrument with a detachable…
Constant eating and offices have always gone hand in hand. That’s just the way the world works, little one, so you might as well embrace it if you foresee a career sitting behind a desk, typing on a computer, and gossiping every 30 minutes about everything that goes on inside the office. Yes, real life is depressing.
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Even cubicle drones can’t thrive on a diet of TMZ and cat videos alone. Sometimes, you could use a good read to inspire, motivate, or revive a dying passion for the grind.
There was a time when we all thought that tablets will replace the mass of paper that make its way around the office. Turns out, that was wrong — people still prefer their memos, reports, and other office documentation in letter-sized stacks. Maybe the Sony Digital Paper will find just a little more success.
A giant e-reader of sorts, it measures 12.4 x 9.25 x 0.28 inches (h x w x d), with a…
Technology moves at a fast pace. Every week, we see new tech accessories and peripherals debut at a dizzying pace. Here are a few that could very well benefit the desk-bound life.
Lacie Culbuto | $49.99 and $79.99
A USB 3.0 flash drive that doubles as a desk toy, the USB plug comes sheathed with a plastic cap that can double as a clip for photos and postcards. Put a picture on there, set the…