Built for Need: Gadget Furniture That Fits
In a move to combat clutter and create a more harmonious work space, furniture designers have conceived an innovative idea -- gadget furniture.
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$450 and up (depending on options)
This miniature power hub is as savvy as the technology it hides. It can be used as a stool, raised table, or side table. The top surface is removable, and when inverted becomes a tray. Beneath the surface is a hollow interior with built-in power slots.
Cons: The sturdy table is shipped flat, so setup requires muscle.