The EV-3000 promises to help you create your [own] microclimate, and if you've ever sweated in your cubicle in January, then it's got your attention. It comes complete with Wi-Fi capability and an app... natch. Available from Evapolar for $269.
The Orbiter bills itself as the "newest and greatest fiddle/desktop device." It backs up the talk with titanium (the hand spinner), steel (the trackball), and "fluid inertia" (the soothing thing the Orbiter does when you give it a whirl). Prices start at $64.95 at TEC Accessories.
Enjoy the breeze and stay current with this, ahem, cool clock-fan combo that plugs into your device via a USB port. Get it at Amazon for $13.79.
You totally need this on your desk. For one thing, it'll safeguard your spare change. For another, it'll help you access the Batcave in case Commissioner Gordon calls. (That last part was a Bat-joke -- pow!) Get the TV Batman vibe -- in the form of this heavy-vinyl bust bank -- from ThinkGeek for $59.99.
Hailed by Time as one of the best inventions of 2017, the Ember is an app-controlled, 10-ounce ceramic mug that'll keep your morning coffee the perfect, preferred temperature even if, owing to deadlines, you don't finish it 'til the evening. The list price is $79.95; get it directly from Ember, or look for one, as they say, at a Starbucks near you.
Amazon's new, "pay-as-you-go" service is aimed at making your office as smart as your home. Tell your Alexa for Business-enabled Echo to handle a conference call, reserve a meeting room, or, as CNET pointed out, order office supplies from you-know-where. A starter kit, featuring a combined seven Echo, Echo Dot and Echo Show devices, is available for about $700.
Add retro style to your desk -- and iPad and iPad Air -- with this $30 recycled-cardboard stand from Uncommon Goods. Rabbit ears not included.
The next time a stray baseball flies onto your desk, it is not knocking over your mug, and spilling coffee on your keyboard -- if, that is, you've poured your cuppa joe into the mechanically engineered, desk-gripping Mighty Mug. A variety of styles and colors are available.
The Tile Sport (pictured) and appropriately stylish Tile Style comprise Tile's recently launched Pro Series line. "They feel sturdy and look more premium than the previous, almost pure white Tiles," CNET said. They beep louder, too, when you need them to pipe up, and help you find your keys. Priced at $35 each from Tile.