04. 03. 2007
Belkin makes the most of grommet holes
I miss my old desk. It was lovely: L-shaped, plenty of workspace, faux maple, and a grommet hole. I had never seen such a hole before and actually thought it was a cup holder at first. Then I thought it was some kind of strange mistake because one of the supplied plastic "fillers" plugged the hole completely. I ended up just covering it up with a large square votive I use to hold pencils and pens.
Now I regret replacing that old desk with the one I have now, which I already knew was not quite as lovely but that I had to get because my husband and I live in an apartment that somehow gets smaller after a shopping spree. Whether the two events are related is unclear, but what I do know for sure is that Belkin's in-desk, four-port USB hubs (both flat and angled) and iPod dock could've all called our home, their home.
They're not available yet, but they'll be carrying a $39.99 price tag when they are. Now where did I put my 3-inch hole saw?
Via Everything USB.