We’ve seen our fair share of modular desk organizers; each with their own unique features and gimmicks designed to make organizing your desk an easier and more personalized experience. So what makes the Stealtho Organizer stand out from the rest?

Where most people nowadays use their laptops and phones for the majority of their work, there are still plenty of times when using a pen and a piece of paper still make more sense to use. The Stealtho Organizer aims to merge these analog and digital worlds.

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The wireless charger module, for instance, is more than just a place to store and recharge your devices. The front face can be used as both a charger and a writing board, while a Micro SD reader, Type-C port, and USB 3.0 ports can be found just below it. The back portion of the module has an HDMI port as well as another Type-C port, but what’s also cool is how it also integrates a “dumb” pen holder.

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The headphone stand is multipurpose too. Though the top portion is used to hang your headphones, the stand itself can store multiple post-it notes and also prop documents for easy readability. You can remove the vertical stand when not in use, leaving space for business cards, thumbtacks, and all sorts of office supplies.

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Entirely used for analog purposes, the post-it holder does exactly what its name implies—meaning it holds post-it notes, paper, clips, safety pins, and anything you can’t be bothered to open your desk for. Though someone could turn this tray into a digital charger at some point, the feature doesn’t come with the base Stealtho Organizer.

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The final module comes in the form of a coaster and cup combo. While you could technically use the cup to hold drinks like coffee and water, it might serve a cooler purpose by housing a small plant or a funky desk toy.

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These four modules can be swapped and interchanged thanks to the Stealtho Organizer’s magnetic base. Made from thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), the base is non-slip and allows you to personalize how the organizer looks and where each module is located.

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The Stealtho Organizer was fully funded in less than 24 hours on Kickstarter and currently has over $90,973 pledged to the project (almost five times its original $20,000 goal). More details can be found on the product’s Kickstarter page.

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