Now that handheld screens have replaced messy stacks of paper, the new home office can be a minimalist cocoon of productivity and inspiration.
ZC070 by ZeroCaster, $26
Office-chair wheels designed by an aerospace engineer: The whole hub-less wheel system seals out debris so the bearings will roll smoothly and silently.
Blade Runner by LaCie, $299
Philippe Starck took a break from designing motorcycles and furniture to create this four-terabyte hard drive. Besides the cool geometry, the blades dissipate the heat built up by the spinning disks.
Smart LED Desk Lamp by Satechi, $99
Set this lamp to one of four light settings, depending on your work mode. A bright, full-spectrum shine keeps you awake through all-nighters, and a warm yellow glow prepares you for bed. It comes with a USB port, and the LEDs have a 40,000-hour life expectancy.
Washable Keyboard K310 by Logitech, $59
This is exactly what it sounds like—and it means no more crumbs underneath your keys. Drainage holes help it dry quickly, and laser-etched letters are UV-coated so they won’t fade.