On the show floor at Computex 2017, Netherlands design firm Allocacoc had some weird and wonderful things on display
The PowerCube is a modular power outlet, with variations that serve as speakers, USB chargers and even Wi-Fi extenders.
It's Allocacoc's first daisy-chained success, but its Designnest program has called on international designers to come up with some killer products.
The Heng Balance Lamp uses two magnets, clinging together in the middle of the oval frame, to switch on and off.
Bink. That is the noise I make when I do this.
The Dax wallet folds a whole set of cards into a slim holster.
And splays them when you pull the tab. I remember a time when a sleek wallet didn't excite me, and yet, here we are.
The LightCubes are motion-controlled lights with a variety of shaped covers.
These are not the droids you are lighting for.
Okay, bear with me. This is the Levit8.
With a twist, the flat board stands up like this...
... and then works as a laptop stand.
The Aubergine is an airline pillow that you can inflate with a single puff of air.
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