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A Gadget To Hold (And Charge) Your Gadgets

Here's a device that seems custom-made for Personal Tech Pipeline readers: It's a room lamp that charges your many handheld gadgets, while at the same time providing a tidy place to put the charging cables and place your wallet and keys.

Here's a device that seems custom-made for Personal Tech Pipeline readers: It's a room lamp that charges your many handheld gadgets, while at the same time providing a tidy place to put the charging cables and place your wallet and keys.Called the Magis MultiPot, the $188.33 device provides ambient light via its LED and is shaped like a pot for a plant. It has a lid with a tray in it to hold your gadgets, keys and wallet. Under the lid are electric outlets for plugging in your gadgets. The cables live inside, and only the part of those cables that plug into the devices sticks out of a hole in the top.

What a great idea! (via The Red Ferret Journal)

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