Now you can dock with the Space Station without even leaving your desk. This one's even cleaner-looking than that hodgepodge of glorified tin cans floating in low Earth orbit, and it actually has a purpose. Imagine that spaghetti bowl of wires on your desk suddenly gone, hidden underneath the blueLounge Space Station, an extended desk organizer that lays nearly flat to the desktop but conceals most of the wires, cables and cords you use.
You know those knobs on each end of an iron's handle around which you wrap its electrical cord? There are six pairs of those, called "coiling points," tucked underneath the Space Station. There's also a four-jack USB hub, and just enough room around its base to let you slide out only the ends of the cables you need. It also slightly props up your laptop, giving it just enough room for cooling breezes to waft underneath.
This place is a mess around here, and we're thinking one each of the $79 Space Station's available black or white colors ought to tidy things up nicely. Too bad there's not room underneath there for a power strip, or even a Wild Charge wireless charging strip up top. Maybe someday.