I don’t know how many times I have cursed the tangled mess I always seem to find underneath my office desk. Every time I visit the hive to plug in something new, it’s like going on a dangerous adventure. It’s exciting and thrilling, most definitely, but the excitement can easily be turned into despair when you realize you’ve unplugged the wrong cord. There might be a solution for all this once the Paradise computer desk is finalized and ready for the consumer’s market.
There are plenty of desks out there that promise you an untangled life, but none completely follow through on their promise. The Paradise computer desk is different. Its whole purpose is to make sure you never have to worry about tangled cords ever again. As a matter of fact, its whole existence revolves around that fact. How is this possible, and what can we expect from a computer desk that pretty much looks like any other desk?
If I were to answer my own question with a detailed description of what this desk offers, it would take me a much longer article than any of you would care to read. To start off with, the Paradise computer desk comes with a DVI port, USB3 ports, audio port and power LED. It looks right now that there could be a lot of other things incorporated into it as well, depending on how much the Kickstarter campaign manages to raise. If enough money is raised, you could be looking at additional features like HDMI port, an additional USB port, headphone holder, cable package, under-mounted lighting and even a cup holder.
The Paradise computer desk is a startup project that is looking to be realized through crowdfunding. The team behind the computer desk is currently looking to raise $30,000 in order for the campaign to be successful. Not to worry, this desk is being realized since the campaign has already managed to raise a hefty $40,000 with over 26 days to go. This should tell us how many people are truly tired of their current computer desk setup, and how entangled their lives are because of it. This solution is pretty darn awesome, and I sure wouldn’t mind having one of these badboys in the office.