When you own a computer, over time you will begin to acquire a slew of other electronics that will clutter up your desk in the most overwhelming way. Thanks to leaps and bounds made in miniaturizing technology alongside a desire to tidy up tangled workstations, designers of computer peripherals are starting to come up with solutions for freeing up valuable space on your work surface.
The BookShelf Printer by Boaz Zemer presents a provocative concept for clearing one of your biggest appliances from the tabletop completely. Most notably, the device has been turned on its side so that its footprint is much smaller, allowing it to fit snugly in your office shelf between rows of books and other stowed items. The idea is still simply a sketch but it offers great practical potential.
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