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Are expensive, green, ergonomic, office chairs worth it?

We spend lots of time with electronic gadgets and most of it sitting on our behinds. I recently bought a Think chair. It's green, ergonomic, high-tech, and expensive. Is it worth it?

By February 8, 2008


Logitech announces an ergonomic keyboard with no learning curve

Cordless Desktop Wave keyboard and mouse has arrived

By July 26, 2007


Philips SHE9850 earphones: Audio with the Dutch touch

We take an early peek at the new £90 earphones from Philips, the SHE9850s -- a stylish pair of sound-isolating efforts out next month

By June 6, 2008


A small kitchen that's big on style

The Instant Kitchen from Hansen Living provides everything you'd need for a functional kitchen in a compact, ready-to-install piece of furniture.

By May 22, 2008


'Ring Mouse' is fit for a contortionist

It's worn on the finger, with a thumb-controlled trackball.

By May 20, 2008


Smeg and Marc Newson bring color back to the kitchen

Smeg recently announced their new concept ovens and cooktops designed by Marc Newson.

By May 16, 2008


'TrekDesk': Another shackle to the workstation

This one is a desk that's fitted for existing treadmills.

By May 7, 2008


Because everyone needs 30 monitors

9X Media comes up with the ultimate display apparatus (for now).

By May 2, 2008


Shoulders-on with Kata's camera rucksack

The R-101 is the smallest in its range, so it's the most appealing to the enthusiast who may have a spare lens or two, a back-up compact, and other bits and bobs.

By April 28, 2008


Shoulders-on with the Kata GDC R-101 camera rucksack

The Kata GDC R-101 is a padded, compartmentalised rucksack for carrying cameras and camera equipment. It's heavy, but very clever -- and we rather like it

By April 28, 2008