Take a cue from mechanics everywhere and outfit your office with this Craftsman 6-Drawer Rolling Cabinet ($480). A stainless steel exterior keeps it modern, while the ball-bearing drawer slides, 26-inch wide drawers of various sizes, and locking capabilities make this a great, sturdy, dependable hold-all for everything from files and supplies to cords, media, and peripherals.
With more uses than we can possibly list here, Moo MiniCards ($20/100) are the coolest paper-based product since toilet paper... or something. The roughly 1.1 x 2.75-inch cards feature any image you want on one side — from your computer, flickr or one of Moo's designs — and text on the other side, like your name, phone number or a slick message — literally, whatever you want. For more ideas, check out the MiniCards flickr pool.
Now this is a true multifunction chair. The Trey Chair ($239) can be used as a standard task chair, but, like Megatron, can quickly transform into a floor rocker with side table, footrest or extra seat. Perfect for an impromptu Xbox showdown with a buddy.
Even high rolling executives need stock market help sometimes. The Wall Street Decision Cube ($110), with its leather inlaid sides and a chrome plated trim, tells you exactly what to do — Call, Put, Short, Long, Sell or Hold — in luxurious style.
During important business meetings, your pen can say as much about you as your suit or car. The Lamy 2000 Fountain Pen ($150) will represent you well with a simple, modern, elegant design, fiberglass-reinforced Makrolon body, and a great patina that will develop over time. [Thanks, Kevin]