Andrew Kim's Warp Desk Organizer Minimizes Mess

By: Olivia Gissing - Published: May 3, 2011 • References: minimallyminimal & unplggd
Whether you are a tech-savvy computer addict or an Internet amateur, you are no doubt familiar with the clutter that comes along with working in an office.

Designer Andrew Kim was all too familiar with this desk clutter and decided to minimize the mess by creating his office-friendly product, the Warp. The Warp desk organizer is convergence at its best, possessing the abilities of several separate products. Unbeknownst to the eye, it acts as a cable house to keep desks free from the clutter of cables and cords. It also acts as an antimicrobial iPod dock and cleaner, as well as a keyboard and screen cleaner. Small attachable rubber tips allow the Warp to access and clean difficult crevices and corners. Kim also went the extra mile by equipping the Warp desk organizer with all-natural cleaning solution and microfiber washable cloths.

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