Grassy Lawn Charging Station

Grassy Lawn Charging Station

Technology and nature don’t always go hand in hand, but the Grassy Lawn Charging Station is making a serious effort to makethem jive(in a way). There isn’t any technological advancement here, but it does make a nice charging station that could decorate your desk. It features fake grass and a compartment beneath the grass hides all the ugly power adapters and cables while allowing your devices to rest and juice themselves up in style, relaxing on the green grass. It doesn’t come cheap, as it’ll set you back $24.99, but that’s still nicer than buying a boring cactus for your desk.

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