The following contest is scheduled for one fall. Making their way to the ring, weighing at least half a pound each: a bunch of smartphone docks.
The Feenix Dimora is a 13.8 x 11 inch hard gaming mouse pad with a reflective surface to improve tracking, and incredible glide. I’ve tested a ridiculous number of mice, gaming and otherwise, on it since 2013, all of which have been improved by its micro textured surface. I’ve also compared more mouse pads than I can…
There are countless beautiful options for showcasing and storing your headphones when they’re not in use. Some of them even provide added functionality.
Anker’s Lumos desk lamps are our readers’ favorites, and two of the most high end models have rare discounts today.
When it comes to desk chairs, you typically have two options: spend over $500 or get a featureless right angle. Have a seat, we’re about to tell you how Autonomous is changing all that.
Every week, we highlight awesome workstations, battlestations, office spaces, and other tech’d out spots where people work, play, relax, and get stuff done. Here’s a look back at your favorites from the past year.
Grovemade builds some of the most beautiful things you can put in your work space, fusing elements like leather and wood to raise your desk game to the next level- literally and figuratively.
Over at Flickr, tadashiiman shares these beautiful photos of where he works, plays, and makes art, and we couldn’t be more in love. A standing arcade cabinet, dual-display setup, and solid sound? We’re down.
We touched on monitor positioning on our Office Gear Guide, and one of the best ways to elevate your monitor to the right height, utilize multiple monitors, and save space on your desk is with a monitor mount, but which one? Mount up and nominate your favorite in the comments.
What kind of gamer trades the comfort of a couch and a big-screen television for a computer desk and a pair of monitors? Commenter Faux Bravo does unless someone talks him out of it in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
You all helped me figure out what pieces and parts to put into my gaming computer, so it's only fair that you get to help me figure out which game to play first on it.
In the original Work and Play, we posted a collection of photos of game developers and journalists' desks and game setups from around the world. We are thrilled to be revitalizing this project in our new gallery system with several new additions.
More than a year ago we hosted a slew of photos showing off the work desks and gaming set-ups of the world's game developers.