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With notebook sales outpacing desktops in the US the freedom of carrying your PC anywhere in the house to do some work or browse the web (you know you do it) is very liberating. But when you’re done with your “work” you have to take your […]

With notebook sales outpacing desktops in the US the freedom of carrying your PC anywhere in the house to do some work or browse the web (you know you do it) is very liberating. But when you’re done with your “work” you have to take your notebook back to your desk to plug it in and charge it. You know, that desk where you have wires everywhere that seem to multiply and entangle during the night while you are sleeping. Now there is a cool solution for this, the eNook, a wall-mounted workstation that houses (and charges) all your gadgetry yet closes to get them all out of site. The eNook comes in three different colors and woods and can also double as a mini-workstation while open. Very nicely designed. $399.

(via TRFJ)

By James Kendrick

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  1. I work for Anthro, the manufacturer of eNook, and just wanted to let the bloggers out there know that we are having a 1 x sale on eNook – $150 off select eNooks. (while supplies last)

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