In an effort to keep its iMac looking as sleek as possible, Apple has tucked away its USB ports on the back of the computer, which often makes it a huge pain when you're trying to blindly plug something in—that wireless workspace is a dream that just isn't here yet. So Satechi's solution is this stylish aluminum alloy shelf that not only puts four USB 3.0 ports up front and easily accessible, it also improves your ergonomics.

The $70 shelf can actually support up to 200 pounds, so you'll be hard-pressed to find a computer or monitor that can't safely perch atop it. And since your display will be closer to eye level, there'll be less strain on your neck while you're working. It's win-win, and the shelf's matte silver finish will blend right in if your desk is filled with Apple products, but will still look just as lovely if it's not. [Satechi]

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