iMac users who would like a little more storage on the rear of their desktop Mac system, to store hard drives, addition accessories or anything else, may be interested in the FLOAT Shelf designed by Steve King.
The iMac FLOAT Shelf allows you to declutter your desktop and offers the largest and strongest iMac shelf currently on the market, using an awesome minimalist connection.
Check out the video below to learn more about the minimalist design of the iMac FLOAT shelf which is available for both large, small, old a new iMac systems. Its creator explains a little more :
Other shelves are one-third the size of a Float Shelf, are made of thin bent metal, have painted finishes, hold little more than a single hard drive, and because of the brackets, bolts, and shims they require, can be difficult to install.
The Float Shelf fits all iMacs and Apple displays (Thunderbolt and Cinema). Float Shelf dimensions:
Float Shelf for 17″, 20″ & 21.5″ iMacs & 20″ & 23″ Cinema displays (6.5” x 18” / 16.5 cm x 45.7 cm)
Float Shelf for 24″ & 27″ iMacs; 27″ Thunderbolt displays; and 24″, 27″ & 30″ Cinema displays (6.5” x 22” / 16.5 cm x 56 cm)
Steve has had two successful Kickstarter campaigns (Hand Stylus and Remora) which were the most popular crowdfunded products of their kind.
The iMac FLOAT Shelf is available to back with pledges starting from $75 via the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News