The Keyboard Organizer Gives You A Place To Hide Your Clutter

Posted: Aug 17 2006, 3:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:43pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

The Keyboard Organizer Gives You A Place To Hide Your Clutter
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To all those of you who have a messy desk (read: everyone who uses a desk), this gadget would be a very welcome addition to your desktop computer. It's a keyboard that, much like those fancy lap desks, it opens up to allow for storage of post-its, push pins, and basically everything that's too small to warrant taking a trip to the trash can.

There's a bunch of several different compartments that can accomodate things such as pens, paper, and paper clips, so all of your junk doesn't just get mixed together.It's truly one of those desk accessories that everyone with a computer would probably find useful. There's actually different versions of the keyboard. The standard one (shown) is available now for $25. Coming this fall are a backlit version, for $35, and a wireless one (with wireless mouse) will be $50.

Available at Keyboard Organizer's Website. Via Sci Fi Tech

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