Coders, managers, illustrators — whatever your job, odds are you've had to deal with a whiteboard before. Now you can carry one with you with the Wipebook Pro. This full-sized notebook holds 20 8.5" x 11" writeable pages that work just like a normal whiteboard, letting you write, erase, and re-write countless times. Brass binding lets it lay flat, cow-friendly faux leather front and rear covers help when it's time to digitize a page, and unlike the board at work, you can take it home without ever having to worry about an overzealous janitor "cleaning" away your valuable notes.
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Promising to make the process of creating music as simple as listening to it, Roli Music Blocks are a novel take on the sound pad. The core of the system is the Lightpad block, a touch- and pressure-sensitive surface that lights up with color-changing LEDs, letting you form different beats and melodies through a series of taps and gestures, with visual feedback that makes learning easy. Those connect magnetically both to each other and to Live and Loop Blocks, which let you do things like record your compositions, switch scales, and more, all with a simple press of a button. And all the components connect wirelessly to the companion Noise app, which lets you choose from a huge library of sounds and effects right from your iPhone or iPad.
Adobe Lightroom's labyrinth of controls is widely known, and widely accepted as just part of the price you pay for such powerful software. No more. The Loupedeck Lightroom Editing Console gives you physical, real-world controls for your most common adjustments. Rotary knobs for things like exposure, white balance, and saturation are present, as are a number of dedicated buttons for tasks like undo, redo, flag, quick zoom, and navigation. The keyboard-sized device is finished off with an oversized dial for rotating and cropping, scrolling surfaces for controlling individual color channels or presets, and a matte black and silver design that will look great on your desk.
Like it or not, charging up our myriad devices is a daily ritual now. Make it a little less messy with the Eclipse Universal Charger. This sleek accessory takes advantage of its circular shape to wind up to 24 feet of cables inside, with a pop-up lid that hides them completely when not in use. The burly braided cable that runs from the charger to the wall gives you an extra 4 feet of slack, and the 7.8 Amp charger ensures that even when all three charging ports are occupied, your devices get the power they need as quickly as possible.