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If you are anything like us Gizmodoites—you probably have chargers scattered all over your dwelling to accompany the various gadgets you own. Sligh is trying to solve the charging problem (since when was it a problem?) plaguing many of us with the Family Communication Center, or FCC.

The FCC is really just an over glorified surge protector. It is a cabinet desk that conveniently has a boatload of power outlets so all of your gadgets will get a nice charge in the same place. It also includes data ports for a laptop. The FCC is available in a mahogany finish for $2,945 or painted black for $3,395.


Built for the High-Tech Household [Via SCI FI]