Are you, just like me, wondering how long we will see products starting with “i” in their name? Well, it seems it will be a little bit longer since pretty much everything that has to do with Apple and networking gadgets always gets one of those names. I could make a long list right here of products that we have reviewed on Bit Rebels that have an “i” in the beginning of their name; however, that would certainly be a time consuming list which, I am sure, would probably be outdated by the time it got published.
Developers keep on using that as part of the name as if they think their gadget will get more attention and promotion. This is not entirely wrong since I am once again writing about one, but there is a huge selection of them, and I usually only pick the coolest and most creative ones. But, we’re not the only gadget blog out there I guess.
The PolyPly is; however, not one of those. It’s a creation by Andrew Seunghyun Kim for Minimally Minimal that will take you by surprise. It’s a couple of pieces of wood that hold pretty much all your gadgets at once. As it seems right now, after having a closer look at the gadgets suggested for this thing, it is entirely dedicated to Apple products, yet once again.
But it serves its use well, and the coolness and usefulness of it is one that I certainly would appreciate in my daily work. Just pop all your gadgets into the holder, put it in a vertical position, and start working. It’s a really nice way to get everything (as in iEverything…hmm…) in front of you at the same time without having to construct your own structure to hold them. Simple is usually the best way to go about it, and this one is certainly simple yet awesome.