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IKEA Sjomake makes DIY hidden wireless charging a $40 upgrade

IKEA Sjomake makes DIY hidden wireless charging a $40 upgrade

IKEA is making it easy to hide wireless charging in your nightstand, desk, or coffee table, with the new Sjömäke wireless pad keeping its Qi out of sight. Unlike IKEA's earlier charging pads, which slot into circular cut-outs in the tabletop, this new high-power pad is intended to hide underneath yet still allow for wireless charging through the surface.

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IKEA x ASUS ROG gaming gear ready for USA release date

IKEA x ASUS ROG gaming gear ready for USA release date

The full IKEA x ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) gaming product line is finally ready for a release date in October of 2021. This collection of accessories, lighting, and furniture was partially revealed earlier this year with a February preview, including everything from desks to LED strips to mouse USB bungee and a wooden hand to hold your headphones. Products will launch a variety of named families, each a part of the gaming accessory and furniture universe.

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Razer Iskur Fabric and XL brings total chairs to 6

Razer Iskur Fabric and XL brings total chairs to 6

The chair game at Razer ramped up once again with a couple of new versions of original models. Now there are six - with a few different iterations of each. There's the Razer Iskur, Iskur X, and Iskur Fabric. There's a Razer Iskur XL, Iskur X XL, and Iskur Fabric XL. That makes 6 base models - and there are color options in Dark Gray, Black, and Green, depending on which model you're looking at.

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IKEA Buy Back & Resell launches in US – but a lot of products aren’t eligible

IKEA Buy Back & Resell launches in US – but a lot of products aren’t eligible

IKEA furniture may have an often-unwarranted reputation for being disposable, but the retailer may soon be offering you some money back for your old items as it launches its Buy Back & Resell service in the US. Trialed already in several international markets, the scheme could offer an alternative to Craigslist - or dumping that old KALLAX bookcase at the side of the road - though with some provisos and exceptions.

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Secretlab TITAN Evo 2022 ramps up gaming chair finesse

Secretlab TITAN Evo 2022 ramps up gaming chair finesse

The Secretlab Titan EVO 2022 gaming chair was revealed in three sizes with two new material coverings. The company Secretlab was first created in the year 2014, making waves with top-tier gaming chair action right out the gate. This newest chair utilizes proven positive features from past chairs and expands the formula with new, more potentially valuable features of several sorts.

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Cooler Master Orb X GamePod is gloriously weird and unattainable

Cooler Master Orb X GamePod is gloriously weird and unattainable

The Cooler Master Orb X GamePod is a "fully immersive multi-purpose semi-enclosed workstation" intended for both gamers and professional computer users. This piece of hardware has an egg-like shape with a chair at the center, multi-colored light strips on its edges, and the ability to support up to three 27-inch monitors inside. This workstation was designed with "full immersion in mind"

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Nanoleaf Elements bring woodgrain to smart lighting panels

Nanoleaf Elements bring woodgrain to smart lighting panels

Nanoleaf Elements were just revealed by the folks that delivered the original triangular light panels. Elements begins with "Wood Look Hexagons", panels with individual wood grain faces and much of the same smart lighting feature set included with each previous Nanoleaf product - save the wide array of color options. These panels are made to be simpler - and more usable by the masses who aren't always seeking full spectrum lighting.

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Razer Iskur X called the brand’s most affordable gaming chair at $400 USD

Razer Iskur X called the brand’s most affordable gaming chair at $400 USD

Razer revealed a new gaming chair this week with high density foam, multi-layered synthetic leather, and a steel-reinforced body. Razer Iskur X is what Razer calls "Razer's most affordable gaming chair" at a cool $400 USD. Razer also introduced this week a Razer Head Cushion and a Razer Lumbar Cushion, both made to work with gaming chairs, sold separate from said chairs.

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IKEA Symfonisk picture frame is a Sonos speaker in disguise

IKEA Symfonisk picture frame is a Sonos speaker in disguise

Swedish furniture brand IKEA enjoys both popularity and notoriety of its minimalist design, DIY assembly, and, more recently, integration with IoT technologies. Unlike makers of smart home products, IKEA incorporates Internet-connected features in tasteful and sometimes bizarre ways. Its newest attempt might be to sell you an IKEA Symfonisk picture frame that isn't really a picture frame but more like an art deco that happens to house an invisible Sonos speaker inside the frame.

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Secretlab MAGNUS Metal Desk has a unique cable management system

Secretlab MAGNUS Metal Desk has a unique cable management system

Desktop computers haven't really gone away and neither have their cables. Even those that live on laptops often have monitors and hubs to connect to at home or that the office. Cable management has always been a problem and yet few computer and gaming desks are designed for that purpose. Singapore-based Secretlab, perhaps better known for its gaming chairs, is taking a stab at that market with its first-ever PC desk that puts magnets to some unique uses.

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Pith & Stem’s DropTop hides a full desk behind a piece of artwork

Pith & Stem’s DropTop hides a full desk behind a piece of artwork

If you live in a small home, a full-size desk can be an unsightly burden, one that takes up space even when it's not in use. Pith & Stem has a solution to this problem, one that hides a full desk, including two 24-inch monitors, behind an inconspicuous piece of artwork. The company's DropTop is described as a durable wall-mounted workstation that can be customized with various wood and art options.

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Lenovo Demon Slayer gaming chair appears before US IMAX movie release

Lenovo Demon Slayer gaming chair appears before US IMAX movie release

Today it's become apparent that Lenovo designed* a gaming chair in collaboration with the folks who make Demon Slayer / Kimetsu no Yaiba. The design of the chair is the Lenovo All-Intensive Chair of Kimetsu no Yaiba, or Devil's Blade x Lenovo Chair. Your eye will likely move immediately to the strangest element in the chair's construction: the "blade" itself!

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