It is as if you were doing work, a new browser game by impish developer Pippin Barr, simulates puttering around inside Windows 95, clicking dialog boxes and mashing your keyboard to type out reports and emails. Depending on your real job, it’s a relaxing desktop toy or a horrifying parody of your waking life. It’s a…
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.
Featuring an eight foot power cord, 11 AC outlets, and two USB ports, this APC surge protector is exactly what you need behind your home theater or office desk. Its current $30 list price would be a match for an all-time low on its own, but the $5 clippable coupon on the page makes this deal even sweeter.
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.
So you want to try a standing desk, but you’re not ready to commit to it for eight hours a day...what do you do? You buy one of these discounted monitor risers for all-time low prices.
Dual monitors are great, but if you don’t have the desk space to spare, this dual monitor arm can lift them up off your workspace for just $28. It should clamp onto basically any desk, and the arms can support any 27" or smaller VESA -compatible screens.
Update: Sold out at $186. Hope you got one!
Update: Amazon seems to have sold out, but occasionally with this product they'll come back in stock after a few hours. Keep checking back!
We’ve screened your monitor mount nominations and come up with the four pack leaders. Now it’s time to find a winner. Read up and vote.
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.
PC World Business Center has an interesting article up about gaming in the workplace that looks at the way some companies are using games as team building tools, rewards and incentives.