abril 25, 2024

What really makes a desk stand out to me is the collection of stationery items placed on top of it (and also the manner in which they are placed). The true value and efficiency of your desk lie in the smart assortment of designs you adorn it with – these are after all the objects that are gonna help you get through your workday, and directly or indirectly affect your productivity. And if you’re someone who works better with taking notes and jotting down your plans and ideas, then this collection of note-taking accessories and designs is for you! From a personal whiteboard that lets you take notes anytime anywhere to a levitating pen – these accessories are a must-have for your desk.

1. The Note

This small desk whiteboard is dubbed the Note, and it enables you to take notes with complete efficiency. The unique note taker isn’t an ordinary note taker, and features a few tricks up its sleeve to make your workday fun!

Why is it noteworthy?

The “whiteboard” twists or rather flips over, giving you twice the space to write your notes down. One side can have a dotted grid surface to help with diagrams, while the other can be plain, or they can have the same design on both sides. As with any vertical slate, you can also place sticky notes on it, in case scribbling notes down on paper is quicker for you.

What we like

  • Equipped with a multi-purpose vertical screen you can use to view the time, calendar, and appointments

What we dislike

  • The screen doesn’t show videos, a function that may be important in some people’s fields of work

2. Grovemade’s Note-Taking Kit

If you’re looking for the perfect product to effortlessly capture, process, and store your notes, then you’ve reached the right spot! Meet Grovemade’s newest note-taking kit!

Why is it noteworthy?

Grovemade’s Note-Taking Kit is essentially a refillable notepad with dot grid paper and a solid metal base, accompanied by a display rail to hold and accommodate your notes and devices, as well as a vertical organizer that will store your notes until you’re ready to use them – this keeps your workspace neat and tidy in the meantime.

What we like

  • Keeps your workdesk neat and tidy, helping you complete your important tasks first

What we dislike

  • Will occupy a lot of precious real estate on your desk

3. Wipe

This unique and innovative whiteboard notebook is equipped with its own eraser so that you can write, erase, and write over and over again!

Why is it noteworthy?

Wipe takes this simplicity and cuts it down to a smaller and more personal size that’s a little bit smaller than A4 paper. Despite the more portable size, the idea is still the same. You write on it, take a photo that you could save or send to the cloud, erase it, and write again. It’s fast, simple, and doesn’t require preparation, just like good, old paper.

What we like

  • Features a newly developed Mag Force system that combines magnets and rubber bands to create a handle that also functions as a pen holder

What we dislike

  • You’ll need to use a dry-erase or whiteboard pen instead of a permanent marker

4. Japanese Paper Memo Block

The Japanese paper Memo Block is perfect for capturing those itinerant thoughts of yours that may otherwise escape you.

Why is it noteworthy?

With no other markings, not even grids or lines, this white Memo Block lets you focus on the simplest task at hand, jotting that note down before you get distracted again. And with its smaller footprint, it’s easy to put a block of paper anywhere on your desk, in any position or orientation, so that it will always be within easy reach when your Muse or your colleague visits you.

What we like

  • Its pure black surface challenges the mind as if daring it to put an unconventional and exciting new thought on paper
  • Uses high-quality Japanese paper revered by many stationery connoisseurs

What we dislike

  • At first glance, it seems like an ordinary notepad

5. Levitating Pen

Dubbed the Levitating Pen, the grand writing instrument, the pen is equipped with a Schmidt ballpoint cartridge, making the pen rigid and easy to hold, creating a smooth writing experience for you.

Why is it noteworthy?

When done writing, you close the pen’s magnetic cap with a satisfying click and position the pen in its holder that has been magnetized to keep the pen floating in that position. To add to the fun, a simple twist leaves the pen spinning in its place for a good 20 seconds, allowing you to interact with the pen on a whole new level!

What we like

  • Quite easy to hold and write with
  • Spinning the pen in certain intervals can be a stress buster

What we dislike

  • The pen has smooth edges that may cause it to roll off when kept on a curved surface

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