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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Hide CaptionShow CaptionIt could replace: An office desk, file cabinet, and stand-alone bookcase.

If you love traditional styling but can’t sacrifice modern functionality, this unit offers both. The twin pedestal, cherry wood desk with box-style drawers may be 20th century, but it hides 21st century conveniences. Features include a laptop docking station, flip-down keyboard drawer, and ergonomic wrist rest. A hinged desktop panel opens to reveal data ports, phone jacks and power plugs, but is flush with the desk when closed.

Pros: The desk is available separately from the deck.
Cons: It’s about the size of most traditional desks.