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?
This week we've selected some really awesome gadgets for you! Satechi has released two great items: a bluetooth smart keyboard for Windows and a Docking Station capable of fitting SDD, USB 3.0 and SD Cards. There's also the Lumenati CS1, world’s first cinematic smartcase for iPhone. But there's more!
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Satechi Bluetooth Smart Keyboard
If you’re a Windows desktop user, this Satechi Bluetooth Wireless Smart Keyboard for Windows will surely be a functional accessory for your workspace. This is because it’s capable of adding a full-size keyboard to your computer without occupying any of the USB ports. The keyboard is wireless up to 33 feet and includes an on/off switch. There’s also a sleep function to maximize battery life. Just to be specific, this keyboard can work with PC and Mac computers too. You can switch among 5 connected devices with the single press of a button or even use the USB wired connection if required. The keyboard is slim enough to fit into a laptop bag or briefcase and measures only 0.7 inches in thickness. With super smooth and efficient keys, it will make sure you get to enjoy an amazing typing experience all the time. (at Gadget Flow)
Sandisk Connect Wireless Stick
It's about time the flash drive was re-imagined, and SanDisk is probably as good a candidate as anyone to take on that challenge. With their SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick, they've added Wi-Fi to the flash drive, allowing you to transfer files, videos, and music easily from your smartphone, tablet, or computer. Just install the app on your mobile device and wirelessly save and access your photos, videos, and files — or share with multiple devices at once, even if the stick isn't in the same room. (at Uncrate)
Satechi Docking Station
Increase the productivity of your workspace with the Satechi Aluminum USB 3.0 SATA III HDD Docking Station. It comes with 3 different inputs and outputs. The Hub and Card Reader will help you expand your available USB ports and thus makes sure you have space for your gadgets, including external hard drives, cameras, flash drives and more. Out of the features available, there are two USB 3.0 ports which will give you data transfer rates of up to 5 Gbps. The docking station has a metallic brushed aluminum finish with a white trim to make it look stylish. Use the USB 3.0 cable to attach it to your computer through a single USB port and access all your gadgets from one single location. Modern workspaces can definitely make use of this accessory. (at The Gadget Flow)
The Lumenati CS1 pairs with your iPhone 6 or next gen iPhone (releasing in September) to create a classic film camera. The Lumenati CS1 combines the technological features of a digital device (film-free shooting, instant sharing and an editing app) with the cool design, ergonomic ease and natural narrative that the lo-fi classic camera is known for. Cinematographers simply pop their device into the Lumenati CS1 just as grandpa would load an 8mm film cartridge. The lightweight, portable unit allows anyone to frame and film a steady, stable shot with the pull of an intuitive trigger. A cold shoe allows filmmakers to attach lights, microphones and extra handles for sport shooting. The real-time viewfinder allows WYSIWYG capabilities even in bright light, a feature that is elusive to modern mobile devices. Lenses can be swapped to shoot in wide angle, fisheye and telephoto. (at The Gadget Flow)
It looks like an orb from the future. And in some ways, it is. Built to capture virtual reality-ready video, the Nokia Ozo isn't actually round — it has a handle around back so you can hold it or set it on a tripod. But you wouldn't know it from the video it captures. Using eight synchronized global shutter image sensors and eight integrated microphones, it shoots stereoscopic 3D video, with software for real-time viewing and playback without the need to pre-assemble the image. It's your Oculus Rift's new best friend. (at Uncrate)
Here are some office ideas for you! How do you like these? Don't forget that you may suggest gadgets or ideas via twitter: @paulogabriel - I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;)