That it supports several positions for different tilt angles is fine, that it fits any of the tablets or laptops in the block (among others, of course) too, but it’s its design and manufacture that make it a great candidate to take up my precious (and limited) desk space.
Manufactured in Japan with a hydraulic press and heat to give maximum resistance to its wood sheets, the Desktop Chair goes through a handcrafted process to achieve its elegant and precise shapes . We are talking about a 122-gram piece with a finish and hardness more typical of a furniture item than an accessory for our technological devices.
Available in two versions, one lighter and one darker, you can get the support in exchange for 49 or 53 euros respectively (at the current exchange rate of the yen) with shipping costs. Nobody said it was going to be cheap, did they? The good news is that by buying two, you save about 15 euros in shipping costs so maybe it’s a good option to take into account for some (very) early Christmas presents.